We should all take advantage of the opportunity to say “thank you” to everyone who put their own safety on the line to protect our country to let them know that we appreciate their service.
This is part of the new reality that will sink in, very quickly, as a result of Tuesday’s election: Obamacare, as Republicans liked to call it, is here to stay.
Redistricting has led to Democrats moving to the left and Republicans moving to the right. This reduces voters' choices and the ability of Congress to govern.
The new government will have many familiar faces that need to push differences aside to have a productive term in office
By failing to pass Proposition B on Tuesday, Missouri has put itself in a difficult position.
Across all levels of government, the incumbents laregly defeated their challengers, which speaks on the feelings of the voters.
Despite a bruising campaign, voters showed a willingness to let Obama continue the slow but upward trajectory the nation has followed since he took office.
Those voters sent a message loud and clear on Tuesday: They are happy in the middle.
The success of sanctions against Iran depends in large part on Russian cooperation. Russia is an important international actor, particularly because it still possesses nearly half of the world's nuclear weapons.
The nation is still not bracing properly for the potential consequences of high winds and rising water.
A sound education, helpful mentors and internships will lead to young American entrepreneurs and a foundation for future economic prosperity.
In a local and national race this close, every vote is important.
Our elected officials must be careful when slashing government services, so core responsibilities can be maintained.
Missourians must be wary of bogus charities seeking donations to capitalize on Hurricane Sandy and other disasters.
Bert Malone, vice president of Missouri Public Health Association, thinks investing in public health funding will strengthen the nation's health infrastructure.
Hugh McVey, the president of the Missouri AFL-CIO, says the choice between Claire McCaskill and Todd Akin is clear.
The monster that shut down New York became the monster that shut down a presidential campaign. In that regard, it touched all Americans.
The senator's support of cap-and-trade system and EPA regulations could cost Missouri residents.
The drop-off in Missouri judicial retention elections was 16 percent in 2010.
As education leaders, our job is to cultivate the student as a whole, to help them grow and thrive personally, and to care for their health and safety so that one day, their contributions can benefit all of society.