After reading the recent front-page story entitled “As home-school numbers rise, regulation falls” I was extremely disappointed to discover a shocking lack of quality throughout the article.
Last month the national debt exceeded $18 trillion for the first time.
A few days ago I read how California is adding global warming tax of 10 cents a gallon.
Here’s an embarrassing fact; among the states, Missouri is dead last in spending for tobacco-prevention programs.
The way to change hearts and minds is not by force, but by being a force.
I am writing to address the horribly written article regarding home schoolers that was recently published.
I’m writing to clarify for Mr. Laur why the terminology being used in his attempt to sell the climate change energy plan is unconscionably deceptive.
The best part of the election is that Harry Reid “The Do Nothing Congress” is no longer majority leader in the Senate.
News Tribune editorial
A merger designed to save money created an operational deficiency. Now it’s time to correct it.
As I sat down to write the weekly bulletin, I knew I wanted to discuss Roe v. Wade since the anniversary of that court decision occurs in the month of January.
Until war is obsolete, a portion of the Missouri Veterans Memorial will remain a work in progress.
This is a response to the editorial: “Legislative Review of the Conservation Department is Meddlesome and Unnecessary” as well as those comments from several contributors.
George Will’s commentary, “Climate change’s instructive past,” references two books that show how devastating modest, naturally caused, regional climate change has been to human civilization.
The wisest action sometimes is inaction.
Normally I avoid using the words liar in responding to letters I read in your paper but the letter by Linda Wenzlick was just too much.