How many times do we find ourselves doing things at work or at home or anywhere in life just because it feels best doing it that way?
News Tribune editorial
Does the question about whether our rights are granted by man or God require an either/or answer?
Each and every day, my offices receive letters, emails, and phone calls with questions and comments about government policies and agencies. Since we are now in the month of April, calls, emails, and letters about our current tax system have increased as Tax Day and the deadline for Americans to file our income taxes with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) approaches.
Hey! I have an idea. Let’s pass a law that forbids police from stopping people for traffic offenses after a certain number has been reached.
Well, another reply to Mr. Sampson.
Before bringing May flowers, April showers are creating some potentially dangerous conditions.
Is amnesty for delinquent taxpayers fair to Missourians who paid their taxes on time?
We live at the Villas of Duane Swift in Jefferson City.
It’s interesting that the movie “Killing Jesus” was such a hit and Easter being one of our most popular holidays next to Christmas that the parallels in Jesus’ time and now for the citizenry with regards to the fear of government and the attempts to corrupt and/or destroy the Christian faith are growing with leaps and bounds.
In an April 2 letter Harold Horstmann called citizensclimatelobby.org a “leftist political blog.
It has come to my attention that not everybody is happy with the concept of newspapers conducting and publishing pre-election surveys.
The state Senate’s budget chairman believes three state agencies have failed to communicate their specific needs.
Reforming municipal courts in Missouri is a legislative priority that deserves to be passed — and the sooner, the better.
On Wednesday, I was very fortunate to attend the press conference formally announcing that Continental Commercial Products will be moving its operational and corporate headquarters to the former RR Donnelley facility in Jefferson City.
Voting is important not only for electing officials and deciding issues, but for preserving our voluntary system.