Letters to the Editor
As the pope recently said, “Not one good thing has come out of the Iraq War.” However, I feel there has been much bad from this war.
Gov. Matt Blunt’s deputy chief of staff for communications responds to a comment in an editorial regarding Mrs. Blunt’s move to Jefferson City.
This proposal is opposed by the neighborhood associations in the Crosscreek vicinity and was voted against by the city Planning & Zoning Committee.
People quoted about political matter should be clearly identified if they are politically active.
A Columbia resident speaks out in support of the smoke-free workplace ordinance.
Seeing a smoker’s lungs is enough to keep someone from smoking in support of Columbia’s smoking ban.
The fears of a recession and the futures of Social Security and health care are issues people need answers to, but politicians are dodging the questions.
Illegal immigrants are invading America, and Ron Paul is the only presidential candidate who offers a real solution to the problem.
From the Columbia School Board to the president’s administration, elected representatives should be discussing important long-term decisions with voters.
The media is making the Democratic campaign into a race solely between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
A reader responds to the Missourian article, "Teens on the Road."
Gov. Matt Blunt has done more harm than good to the Missouri health care system.
Photos of Missouri landscapes remind Columbia resident to appreciate the state’s great outdoors
Our brave troops have done their part in defending our country from outside force; now it’s our turn. We are losing our freedom from within because of lack of interest in the affairs of our government and world events.
With nearly 1,000 babies born at home each year in Missouri, it’s time for the General Assembly to do the right thing and legalize midwifery.
Candidates who will speak to the issues and offer solutions are dearly needed.
Not all of the troops had a traditional Christmas dinner.
The selection of Gary Forsee as president shows that the UM System is committed to becoming a private university, which will hurt the public interest in the long run.
All residents who pay taxes are helping to fund this event, while many of those same taxpayers cannot afford to attend.
Missouri is already experiencing drought, and local communities need to be good stewards of their water to maintain an adequate supply.