Obama's win proved that as a nation we are able to make a difference. Although some of the decisions Missourians made were contradictory, Tuesday was a good day for America.
The Missourian staff was able to put out a complete and thorough coverage of the election thanks to perserverance. They showed that journalism is still one of the most important functions in our democracy.
With threats of violence surfacing from either outcome, people from both political parties hope the next president will ease racial tensions.
It’s too early to tell what an Obama presidency will bring, but there is great news. He is not a socialist, communist or terrorist.
President Bush's failed policies have brought us Barack Obama.
Several incidents have come into question recently regarding the actions taken by police officers, and those without all the information should not be criticizing them.
Global attention and the removal of President Mugabe might save Zimbabwe from further economic collapse as the country's currency hyperinflates and the quality of living lowers.
Voting should go beyond candidate and party bashing, with more time spent on educating people on policies and civics.
By beginning a war with North Korea, the U.S. would have continued to lose its power and make more and more enemies. With wars still being waged with Afghanistan and Iraq, can we really afford to take on another war?
China's melamine milk scandal has taken the backseat to stories about the presidential election and financial crisis, but the question of which products might be contaminated still lingers.
Ed Robb's track record has showed that Missourians need to make a change, and Chris Kelly is the right choice.
Highly critical advertisements have become common place in state and U.S. House races this year, leaving voters counting down until election day passe
OK. I admit it. My journalism students are biased, outspoken and openly opinionated. They'd better be. Mine is the one class in the Missouri School of Journalism where that will earn you an "A". And for the next few weeks, thousands of people across Missouri get to tally up my grade book.
In an ad sponsored by the Hulshof campaign for governor, he claims his father never made money. However, Hulshof's primary asset comes from a farm inherited from his father.
Since he departed from the General Assembly before the onset of term limits, Kelly will now be eligible to serve for eight years. He is needed there again in this time of economic uncertainty.
Barack Obama says he will reduce health care costs by up to $2,500 per family and that people with pre-existing conditions will still be able to receive coverage.
HSAs discourage preventative care and do nothing to control high prices.
Why is it only election time when everything about all the Missouri gubernatorial candidates comes out of the closet?
What the Republicans say is one thing, but what they have done is pursue an economic policy of attempting to borrow our way out of debt
If the U.S. was founded on tenets such as free speech, Americans should not steal yard signs that support a presidential candidate.