Letters to the Editor
No matter how many mass murders occur, people will continue clinging to their guns.
The governor called HB 436 “unsafe.” If the governor thinks it's “unsafe” to make law enforcement officials (state or federal) accountable for infringing on the rights of the people, then he must not know much about history.
People are getting smarter about how and when they have children, leading to drop in the teen birth rate.
Entering Syria's civil war could make the U.S. a future target.
All unequal school property taxes on Missouri's homes, business properties and automobiles could be eliminated.
I would like to assure you that I understand the fundamental differences between what happened in Iraq and what is happening in Syria. What has happened in Syria is unconscionable, and something should be done, but that something should not be unilateral war-making.
A public park is something that everyone owns equally.
We need time to gather information from nonbiased sources outside the profit-making natural gas industry pitch before agreeing to fueling stations.
When a driver runs a red light, a camera captures his or her license plate and mails a ticket to the registered owner of the vehicle. The new policy is unfair and will not deter drivers from breaking the law.
Every house having driveways not full of vehicles belonging at that residence, should be fined if parked elsewhere, based on the two ordinances already in place.
Constantine Randazzo: Second Amendment protection laws are vital to the continued defense of the U.S. Constitution.
Writer Deborah Miller asks whether Rep. Vicky Hartzler votes based solely on her own opinions or on those of her constituents.
In May 2012, Shakir Hamoodi, a Columbia resident, was sentenced to 36 months in federal prison because he sent money to his brothers and sisters in Iraq more than a decade ago.
Columbia resident encourages regular colonoscopies after her father died of colon cancer in 1999.
An internship at Columbia Access Television meant valuable learning experiences. CAT fills a community gap in media and arts education that could not be filled otherwise.
Without Eliot Battle's warm eyes and genuine smile to brighten each of our days, we each must continue to work harder to make this city the one he chose to touch, raise a family in, and proudly talk about.
CAT-TV has educated me about the reality behind what we see on TV. Columbia Council members should be proud of the CAT-TV program.
Politicians continue to spread false claims about women's health issues.
Your insinuation that no American who is not poor would be motivated to serve his country by volunteering for the military is an insult to thousands of patriotic soldiers.
We have a chief of police who is of the highest character, and the answer to our prayers after all — someone who is willing to stand up for the count, no matter the criticism he must take to do so.