Both sides of the Proposition B debate can find common ground in a need to address the problem of unlicensed breeders in Missouri.
By assigning children to high schools based on their location, Missouri is limiting poor and minority students' opportunities to receive a better education. Charter schools should be allowed to open in cities besides Kansas City and St. Louis.
Missouri could face a more prosperous future by considering alternative financing for transportation investment such as public-private partnerships.
Republican opposition to providing support to struggling Americans in times of need would actually force impoverished blacks, Latinos, and others on low-incomes even farther down the economic ladder.
The three transformations in the past week in the Arab world are important for the long-term U.S. engagement in the Middle East and North Africa.
Petty bickering distracts us from serious issues facing the state.
Today, the health care law means that children can no longer be refused coverage because of pre-existing conditions. If Congress repeals the law, insurance companies could once again shut these families out.
The U.S. farm commodity support, crop insurance and export programs are the most vulnerable to media attack, and yet they are the very programs designed to keep the United States self-sufficient in food production.
Proposition B passed in November, but the debate around the legislation is far from over.
An earlier column by George Kennedy failed to point out that all Columbia citizens will end up paying to widen Broadway between Garth Avenue and West Boulevard.
Regardless of whether the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is related to the increasingly heated political discourse of the past few years, the United States needs to address some serious problems.
Gov. Nixon needs to order a stay of execution for Rick Clay so that investigators can examine evidence that was withheld by the prosecution.
Too much sugar at Christmas has created an addict.
More than ever before, we need independent, influence-free journalism — free of commercial influence, political influence and government influence. We should invest more, not less, to get it.
It's a hallmark of the organization to consider every resolution offered by its membership and then to revise policy booklets to reflect the decisions.
The tax deal ends the Making Work Pay program, which was targeted at the middle class, and replaces it with the Payroll Tax Holiday, which favors the rich.
A reasonable solution is needed to address Missouri's puppy-mill problem while at the same time protecting ethical breeders.
The Pew Research Center reports that 40 percent of Americans think marriage is obsolete, but what could possibly replace it?
The comminiques between diplomats can't be fully understood without knowing their historical context, the motivations of the writers and the motivations of the leakers.
If ratified, the new treaty will reduce verification standards necessary to make sure arms reduction is happening.