Nice to notice my letter on religious freedom [May 3] produced a response [May 10] that asked me a question.
In response to Bert Dirschell’s letter, “Officers lives matter.” I understand what you are saying but I know that you are not comparing 10 cops with the 422 people that have been killed by police so far this year.
This was the most interesting final week of session that I have observed since becoming a member of the Legislature.
Every legislative session has its casualties — proposals that never made it to the finish line.
I recently made a few visits to both the Missouri Senate and House of Representatives to watch our tax dollars at work. My impression was disappointment because of Republican disrespect given to Democrats with rational legislative concerns.
There is a very disturbing trend going through our great nation. It is dividing this country and destroying it little by little.
On Mr. Horstmann’s Op-Ed published May 13 “genetic tinkering.” I agree with one small part of Horstmann’s position.
Commenting on Sue Gibson’s letter published May 13, in the words of E. Gene Davis from his book “Get ‘Em Laughing: Public Speaking Humor, Quotes and Illustrations”: “Great comedy is great comedy only if it has an element of truth in it.”
Mr. Dyke’s cartoon on Mother’s Day talked about angels, where does Ms. Gibson get her idea that women are door mats and scapegoats? I don’t get that at all.
Is stereotyping an inevitable consequence of partisan politics and government bureaucracy?
Tonight at 5 p.m. the Jefferson City High School Class of 2015 will have its graduation ceremony at Adkins Stadium.
Republican supermajorities in the Missouri House and Senate orchestrated a session that will be remembered as a legislative success and political debacle for the party.
This month marks two years after Kermit Gosnell was found guilty for the senseless and horrific actions of delivering and then killing infants born alive. And as a lifelong supporter of the unborn, I was proud to support legislation that would ban abortions past 20 weeks.
I’m writing to respond to Matt Glover’s letter published May 10.
The occasion when a graduate receives a degree is a defining moment.