News Tribune Opinion
While I appreciate the motive of the Jefferson City Police and Cole County Sheriff’s departments on the issue of rape, women should not be burdened with prevention which popularly means restricting our activities ....
Is it any wonder Obama and the liberal Democrats can get by with their underhanded and illegal actions?
I still remain opposed to the convention center as I feel it is a waste of tax dollars and now we are wasting additional funds to move this project forward.
Let me reinforce the position of News Tribune staff in its editorial “Be open minded on approach to education.”
News Tribune editorial
Knowingly enacting a flawed law is never a good idea. Some Republican lawmakers and business leaders, however, are encouraging Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon to do just that.
This past week, in addition to observing Memorial Day, I had the privilege of hosting the 3rd District Veterans’ Benefits Workshop in Jefferson City. The convergence of those two events, occurring the same week, really got me to thinking.
News Tribune editorial
Many Mid-Missouri residents, and others elsewhere in the state, were honored during State Employee Recognition Week, which concluded Friday with festivities at the Truman Building. But the degree of recognition and participation varied across a broad spectrum.
The contempt government has for “We the People” makes it clear that the time to implement the Fair Tax has arrived.
Jefferson City Council member Bob Scrivner, who serves on the Public Works Committee, wants to pay a facilitator to referee people who are for and people who are against transit with the goal of developing a vision for Jefftran.
Recent letters from readers about the Social Security financial problem reflect a misunderstanding of the fundamental problem with the system — a misunderstanding unfortunately that seems to be shared by most of the policy makers.
The insurance industry calculates risk.
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer is right that the IRS should not target any charitable organization solely on the basis of its ideology.
It’s a tale of two cities in regards to infrastructure investment.
I couldn’t hold myself back on this issue, so I fired this email off to Gov. Jay Nixon and I urge all to do the same.
Although I’m certain there was no ill intent on the part of various agencies and businesses regarding the inappropriate display of our national and state flags on Memorial Day, it was apparent that for whatever reason there was no consistency in our community on Memorial Day regarding how the flags were displayed.