Letters to the Editor
Why is it only election time when everything about all the Missouri gubernatorial candidates comes out of the closet?
What the Republicans say is one thing, but what they have done is pursue an economic policy of attempting to borrow our way out of debt
If the U.S. was founded on tenets such as free speech, Americans should not steal yard signs that support a presidential candidate.
Chris Kelly's push to preserve MU's College of Veterinary Medicine demonstrates his tireless drive and effectiveness as a politician, Allen W. Hahn writes.
Trust Judy to bring the same passion and skill to Washington at a time when leadership is needed to avert a crisis in health care financing and delivery that none of us have seen before.
Amendment 4 would change the Department of Natural Resources storm water fund distribution process by allowing the state to use grants or loans and to reallocate unused funds to areas that can use them.
Obama's statement that he will work hard for the country alludes to an idea that has been historically reduced to and defined by slaves and the working class, not to leaders of our country.
Members of the community should be asking many pertinent questions in order to protect the school environment in the future.
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.