President George W. Bush pays a visit to Kansas City, talking up homeland security and campaigning on behalf of U.S. Senate Candidate Jim Talent. During a speech at Kansas City’s Oak Park High School, the President talked of the importance of making reforms to homeland security. He told those in attendance that America will be safer if agencies responsible for securing the country can come together under one umbrella, sharing important information. Tuesday evening saw the President scheduled to attend a fundraiser for former St. Louis area Congressman Jim Talent, who is challenging incumbent Senator Jean Carnahan in November.