“Jefferson City doesn’t register on new list of beautiful towns,” read the front page headline for April 1.
Drill baby drill, then wave goodbye as U.S. fuels go sailing away.
Three Missouri House Republicans want to impeach Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon.
Clearly our children are our most valuable asset, unfortunately there are unscrupulous people who take advantage of that love for their own selfish interests, particularly, progressives and the federal Department of Education who are supported by teacher union lobbyists.
Bait and switch. Taxation rip-off.
Boating not only begins with warmer weather, it begins with certification.
Hey all you dairy farmers and milk drinkers out there, here come the feds.
I read recently a letter that stated, “I am appalled at the way women’s freedoms and privacy are under constant attack in our Legislature.”
Once again, it appears Jim Dyke has not bothered with even a modicum of research of the science before creating yet another cartoon defending nicotine addiction.
Common Core controversy continues.
As I write this on Friday morning, I am also watching coverage of last night’s NCAA basketball games.
Peanut the Turtle — like the tortoise in the fabled race with the hare — has a moral to impart.
Governing often requires choosing from among multiple options.
According to what I read and/or hear on the news, our Missouri Republican legislators are refusing to expand Medicaid to many Missourians currently in need of it.
Perhaps the most notable aspect of upcoming elections is the lack of contested races.