That meme still implies that the people who should undergo therapy are those with big problems. Jill Richardson disagrees. Nearly everyone should get therapy, if they have the means — and a good therapist.
The August amendment is a virtual “No Trespassing” sign aimed at pesky groups concerned with animal welfare, genetically modified food, use of antibiotics in livestock, etc. But free speech, including theirs, is enshrined the the U.S. Constitution.
As ideas go, this one is better than Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster’s suggestion a year ago that the state should consider killing people with a gas chamber. But not by a lot.
What if instead of busing students from failing school districts to accredited ones, we bused great teachers from accredited schools into the failing districts? There is one obstacle standing in the way of turning this into a reality in our two biggest cities: the incompatibility of different pension systems.
If Elliot Rodger left anything good in the wake of his rampage, it is the opportunity to have a discussion about misogyny, about the power of women in society and about the murky outlines of American cultural values.
The Ozark Regional Land Trust has protected more than 25,000 acres of Ozark and prairie habitat, and each square inch is worth preserving for future generations.
The latest debate among party insiders is whether GOP House and Senate candidates should produce a document like the Contract With America that tells voters what to expect if Republicans win full control of Congress.
The director of Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal campaign writes that we are the last generation with "the chance to turn the corner on climate disruption."
No matter the ifs and buts about how Bergdahl came to be under Taliban captivity, information known to this point shows he basically was a prisoner of war.
Rosman argues that the state's new tax-reduction deal will likely average less than $35 per person and adversely affect the bottom line of an already austere state budget.
There is a lot of juice behind the three-quarter-cent state sales tax increase proposal, which would result in the largest tax increase in state history.
Tyson has an environmental legacy in Missouri that includes 20 violations of the federal Clean Water Act. The introduction of a chemical in Clear Creek is the latest issue.
It's time the governor works with the legislature on budget issues, as well as other important legislation, rather than ringing alarms after the fact.
The most recent legal challenge was filed by two non-Christians who contended the prayers at public meetings in a New York state town should be more generic or diverse.
Guest commentator Johann Bruhn writes about the consequences of climate change and urges readers to take action to save the planet.
Attorney General Chris Koster's suggestion that Missouri make its own lethal drugs is grim and should not be seriously considered.
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