We have recently heard an outcry about the injustice inflicted on black men by police.
The recent vote of the Republican majority, including my State Rep. Tom Hurst and my State Sen. Mike Kehoe supporting so called “Right-To-Work” is a direct assault on the wages, benefits and working conditions of working men and women in our district, our state, our nation and the world.
Because conflict may have consequences, a popular axiom cautions us to choose our battles carefully.
I reference a May 8 article by Ben Spencer, science reporter for the Daily Mail: “World first as SPERM is grown in a lab for the first time: Scientists claim breakthrough could give hope to infertile men”
I would like to offer more on the recent disagreement played out here concerning Christian’s “right to discriminate” against gays (and other people they don’t like).
One of the first indicators that I had made a serious mistake by moving here, that the superficial charm of Jefferson City thinly veils a mighty river of hatefulness, was the appearance of Jim Dyke’s narrow-minded vitriolic cartoons in the only newspaper.
Garbage is complicated. Jefferson City government is preparing to seek a new solid waste contract for residents and businesses.
Michael Taylor was hiding in the girls’ bathroom at school while he waited for her to come in.
Political leverage again threatens to trump good government in the final week of a legislative session.
As of noon on Friday, the Senate is still in session and working on a variety of issues.
Municipal court reform is more than a Ferguson issue; it is a fairness issue.
A letter in the News Tribune March 16 talked about the problems that were caused with the changing of the time to daylight savings time. The letter listed some of these problems.
I would like to reply to the letters written by Edward Bode and Harold Horstmann that were published on May 3.
Let me begin with the following in response to Larry Vincent’s response Monday May 4.
I urge everyone to read the full story about the IRS confiscating the assets of Mr. McLellan, at the site noted below.