Letters to the Editor
Carolyn Doll writes that we must learn from our past military failures and find a new approach to combating al-Quaida in Afghanistan.
The majority of doctors and Americans favor a public insurance option in the health care reform bill.
Roland Meinert's guest column earlier this week leaves out several useful pieces of information.
Stormwater flow creates levels of problems for Hinkson Creek.
Public opinion is what brought the Korean and Vietnam wars to an end, and this might happen with the war in Afghanistan. Our president and those in Congress who support this war might be looking for new jobs if they go against public opinion.
Membership in the League of Women Voters had no bearing on the decision to file the petition.
For business reasons, Major League Baseball should switch to one-game playoffs decided tennis-style, in which the first team to outscore their opponent in five total innings wins the game.
By refusing to come clean about when his office learned about the E. coli levels at the Lake of the Ozarks, Governor Jay Nixon is living up to the name that former President Nixon degraded.
Many Americans live without health insurance, and even more are close to losing it.
Coal is an incredibly dirty and polluting source of energy, and according to the World Coal Institute, the use of coal will increase by 60 percent in the next 20 years.
Replacing coal as a power source is essential to protecting the health of our community.
Research and statistics show that Missourians should support the FairTax.
Comments by the Sheriff's Department regarding alleged sexual assaults at Les Bourgeois Winery seem to blame the victims and not place responsibility on the perpetrators.
Americans are not doing what it takes to be leaders in a more earth-friendly world.
The headline of the Missourian's front page story on Sept. 23 contained inappropriate religious content.
The City Council appears to have a double standard regarding reallocation of federal funds.
Fortunately, we can eliminate coal and continue to power the country. MU is already accomplishing great things to phase out coal and lead the way into the clean energy future responsibly, but it should strive to be a national leader.
In a continued argument with George Kennedy, Kurt Albert wonders why would anyone oppose truth in government. Kennedy is accused of hiding readers from the historic and moral truth.
The greatest division in America today is not between the Democrats and Republicans, nor between people of different race, nor between those who are for or against health reform.