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In more "Democrats acting like children" news:

Josh Hawley served with subpoena after delivering CPAC speech, Democrat says
By Jack Suntrup
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
 10 hrs ago
JEFFERSON CITY • A Democrat running for Missouri attorney general says his process server on Friday personally served U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley with a subpoena during the Conservative Political Action Conference.

The Cole County Circuit Court issued a subpoena last month at Elad Gross' request. While one was delivered to Hawley's Senate office, a subpoena had not been delivered to Hawley personally. ...

Court records show a hearing in the case was scheduled for Friday but was recently rescheduled for March 15. Gross denied he was evading a hearing.

The subpoena stems from an open records dispute Gross has with the state. He is seeking a cache of documents from Gov. Mike Parson's office related to Gov. Eric Greitens, but the governor's office won't turn the documents over unless Gross signs a $3,600 check.

Gross filed a complaint with Hawley's attorney general's office last fall, but the attorney general's office had sided with Parson's administration. ...
The current culture deviated radically from previous human experience, ruthlessly reducing each woman and man to mere political units to be manipulated, balkanizing them into communities according to their likes and dislikes, so everything from cars to candy bars could be more effectively marketed, robbing them of their privacy, denying them both a real community of diverse views and the possibility of personal evolution by censoring the world they saw through the Internet to make it conform to the preferred beliefs of their self-appointed betters. - Dean Koontz

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