News Tribune Opinion
There is a war in the United States: The War In Politics.
The City of Jefferson has been talking about a conference center for perhaps half a century.
A major theme of the legislative session that ended Friday was a reluctance to add to the financial burden of Missourians.
Why do we resist being told what to do, even when we know it’s good for us?
This is not a case of how cute is that doggie in the window story but how dangerous for the driver to have a dog sitting in the front seat mobilizing more attention from the driver than necessary.
The AP news article published May 10 “Missouri House defeats evaluations for principals” shouldn’t surprise me.
In response to the letter titled “Misplaced Focus on Ethical Treatment” of which most of what was said was, in my humble opinion, points well noted; however, I would like to speak up on behalf of all those who love animals and support their welfare.
Jefferson City’s budget forecast is quantified gloom.
The month of May is National Foster Care Month which provides a great opportunity to spread awareness not only about foster care but also adoptions.
News Tribune editorial
A proposal to establish veterans courts is worthy legislation approved by lawmakers and advanced to the governor before the session ended Friday.
Is the Missouri Legislature trying to get its pictures in the dictionary under the definition for micro-management?
It was with disgust that I heard the recent news stories of the Department of Defense’s continued failure to address the issue of sexual assault in the military.
Very recently I decided to ease up on my viewpoints regarding the ISRS fiasco, but the May 10 opinion letters extolling us on the need to pass SB207 negated that decision.
On July, 20 2012, I saw the midnight premier of “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Consistency is a virtue guided by principle, another virtue.