Letters to the Editor
For the past 12 years, Congressman Kenny Hulshof has been part of the problem in Washington.
After listening to Senator Obama accept his party's nomination for president, I wanted to bring attention to Senate Resolution 636. The purpose of Senate Resolution 636 is to recognize the success of the surge and the troops dedicated to victory in Iraq.
Teach For America calls for participation that brings changes to children’s educational inequalities.
Firefighters depend on rural wireless networks during fires and other emergencies.
After being leaving office, executive director Hal Dulle’s departure has one former Veterans Commissioner scratching his head.
The former judge and Democrat would bring common sense to the Missouri House.
We should consider Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's track record more closely.
Chris Kelly, who is running for the 24th district seat, represents fairness and progress in Jefferson City.
Midway Heights Elementary principal Anne Billington considers herself one of the happiest employees and educators alive.
Proposed reform to the party's voting system were disregarded by the district and state conventions, amid some outcries against abuses of GOP rules.
The VA provides counseling and mental health resources for veterans and participates in suicide prevention awareness week.
Obama campaign strategists need to beef up a marketable platform with substantive detailed policies, and let Obama focus on message.
The Political Courage Test for candidates, which is reviewed by Project Vote Smart, is filtered through many layers, making it a fair and balanced questionnaire.
Obama’s values not consistent with our country’s history.
One Columbia voter grew up in a conservative household, but his belief in freedom, equality and humanity led to support for Obama.
Perhaps we need a president who knows the difference between a boss who “goes by the book,” and one who realizes that some unintended circumstances may arise.
Parents and students need to follow traffic laws and be mindful of pedestrians as they drive on roads near campus and throughout Columbia.
There is a wave of spirit washing across the plains these days.
Voters must consider the candidates' platform and position on off-shore oil drilling and production.
First Ward resident finds use of Tasers to be disturbing, sad and sickening.