The Founders replaced a system of government in which the people had no voice with one in which they did. They specified that government only derives “just powers from the consent of the governed.”
In a book called “It’s Not Us Against Them,” Raymond McNulty wrote extensively about what is needed among educators today to make schools more effective.
News Tribune editorial
A court ruling in an open meetings lawsuit puts us in a position of conflicting preferences.
In January, I wrote a bulletin about America’s new Congress and the hopes and expectations the members of the House of Representatives had for the new session at that point in time.
A recent opinion piece stated, “Wind is the lowest cost electricity in the U.S. today, about four cents/kWh.” Below is a summary of studies that refute that claim.
The recent decision by the United States Supreme Court allowing homosexuals to marry is more proof that the United States is becoming a heathen nation.
A new law to require insurance coverage for eating disorders marks another step in Missouri’s enlightened approach to mental health issues.
The war on Christianity picks up speed!
Anti-Semitism is a growing problem in the United States and has been recognized as a growing trend by the U.S. State Department.
Justice Robert Jackson once wrote, in Brown v. Allen, “We are not final because we are infallible, but we are infallible only because we are final.”
Salute to America is expected to draw about 50,000 people this year.
In his cartoon published in the June 25 edition of the News Tribune, Jim Dyke tries to steer readers away from the racial motivation of Dylann Roof’s murders in the Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, S.C.
I woke up this morning with that heart sick feeling that I’ve experienced too many times in the past.
When did man decide to question God’s plan for mankind?
The extended Independence Day weekend is intended to be a time of celebration.