News Tribune Opinion
I read with great interest the editor’s opinion about the City Council debacle over $5,000 being added back in to the Salute to America fund.
The week of May 6-10 is National Teacher Appreciation Week.
I sent this letter to the management of Capital 8 Theater to express my sincere disappointment in their establishment.
A priority when the legislative session began in January remains undone with fewer than two weeks remaining.
I read an interesting letter in the April 28 News Tribune.
Despite trepidation among some elected officials, we agree with plans to post the Jefferson City administrator’s proposed budget.
Recently, we joined thousands of Missourians at a rally at the Capitol in support of the Legislature passing Medicaid reform this year.
Please support Congressman Leutkemeyer’s letter to Arnie Duncan, head of the US Department of Education that opposes the nationalization of education and adherence to the Race to the Top/Common Core Curriculum agenda and marginalizing our children’s education, including home schools.
Your Associated Press article that State Auditor Schweich faults SEMA for paying for Nixon flights needs some clarification.
Missouri legislators should oppose Senate Bill 365 and House Bill 759. While these bills purport to “fix” Missouri’s franchise laws with regard to liquor distribution, they actually are nothing more than special interest legislation ....
After reading the headlines in the April 25 newspaper “House tries to outlaw federal gun laws,” I just had to write this letter.
To answer Linda Wenzlick’s rhetorical question — the Honorable Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer is talking to me. He is also quite definitely talking for me and most of my friends as an effective conservative.
News Tribune editorial
Rational exuberance is how we might characterize a proposal to direct increased state revenue to some much-needed capital improvements.
Like many of you, I have been increasingly frustrated by federal agencies that are determined to circumvent the elected representatives of the American people in Congress and instead impose their will on Americans through rules and regulations. But nothing upsets me more than a federal agency that seeks to impose its will through the power of its purse strings on our children.
News Tribune editorial
Despite repeated rejection, a proposal to end the helmet requirement for motorcycle riders has returned to the statehouse.