Letters to the Editor
Fans of all ages showed poor etiquette while attending the Nebraska-Missouri game.
Contrary to a recent column in the Missourian, a study on the 2000 election did not confirm Bush's victory.
I am not voting for a candidate because of the color of his skin. I am a conservative who believes government cannot solve every problem.
Obama's health care plan actually helps more people get coverage
Chris Kelly's experience and record on bipartisan politics makes him the best candidate.
Are we about to elect a rock star or a president? Do we think that being a polished performer is more important than consistent, unwavering service to our country? Do we really know enough about this new phenomenon named Barack Obama to elect him to the highest post of our country?
Pro-lifers should consider other issues before feeling compelled to vote Republican.
One issue on Missouri's ballot — Proposition B — will ask voters to decide whether the state should create a "Quality Home Care Council" to organize workers hired to provide personal care services. Voters should reject this proposition as "too good to be true."
If approved, the proposition would require Missouri's investor-owned utility companies to purchase or generate 15 percent of their electricity from renewable sources by 2021.
Garbage leftover from home football games will take its toll on the earth.
Food was thrown at them, nasty names and obscenities were yelled and after the game they were physically threatened by a group of MU fans wielding a baseball bat.
Sen. Chuck Graham violated voters' trust with prior arrests.
Football visitors remark on kindness of Missouri fans during Saturday's game.
The Missourian's article on Tucker Prairie is a melancholy reminder of troubling changes to Missouri life and land.
Robin Hood was considered an outlaw because he robbed the rich for the poor. What do you call the rich who rob the poor for the rich? This is what the $700 billion bailout for the rich is doing.
McCain has consistently voted against ethanol standards, which have not only promoted clean air but have also provided extra income for rural communities.
They tell us: "We're only going to drill in 2,000 acres of the Arctic Refuge — We swear!" But Big Oil's "2,000 acres" will sprawl across the entire Arctic Refuge just like 1,800 acres of Turnpike slices all across New Jersey.
My reason for supporting Chris Kelly as 24th District representative is a distaste for single-party rule at any level of government.
The PedNet Coalition views bicycling as a legitimate and overwhelmingly practical mode of transport for local journeys. Most trips to work, school, shopping or social events in Columbia are five miles or less, so the time saved by driving is negligible.
The government's bailout won't fix everything. The national economy needs a lasting solution.