Credit Missouri lawmakers with acting to plug a gap in protecting children.
Once again the nanny state federal government, populated by politicians much more interested in getting re-elected, and feathering their own nests, than doing what is best for our nation, spends money the government doesn’t have.
What is the purpose of your life?
Your May 3 edition contained a letter from Mr. Horstmann replying to my letter published April 22 where I grumbled about Ron Calzone (president of Missouri First) telling the House Committee Hearing for HB-407, (Protection of LBGT Rights in the State of Missouri) “I think that I have the God-given freedom to discriminate as a private individual against anyone I want to.”
The News Tribune wrote an excellent editorial in its May 1 newspaper entitled “Unintended consequences of unnecessary amendments.”
In the waning days of the session, Missouri lawmakers are getting down to business, both figuratively and literally.
During the president’s news conference with the Japanese prime minister he said in part: “There’s a bunch of my agenda that would make difference right now in that,” he said, calling for more funding for early education, criminal justice reform and job training. “I’m under no illusion that under this Congress we’re going to get massive investments in urban communities.”
The following articles are sent to provide your liberal statist readers with something to hopefully convince them to give facts and truth a chance.
Will you participate in Thursday’s observance of National Day of Prayer?
This letter is in response to Steve Brown’s letter to the editor published April 26.
In the May 1 edition your “Our Opinion” column discusses messes/unintended consequences of tinkering with constitutional amendments.
As of adjournment late Thursday afternoon, there are only two weeks remaining in the 2015 legislative session.
F.A.S.T. is an appropriate pneumonic device to remember the signs of stroke, because seconds count when a stroke occurs.
On Wednesday, the Public Service Commission granted Noranda Aluminum Company a $17 million annual reduction in its electric bill — and guess who’s picking up the tab?
On Friday we should pause and reflect on the importance of V-E Day.