Letters to the Editor
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.
The bill would bring jobs to Missouri and help clean up the environment
Professionals in the news business weigh in on John Merrill's unwarranted firing.
The controversies over waterboarding and the torture of Abu Ghraib prisoners are indicative of a much larger culture of torture in the American CIA and military.
The advertisements in the “billboard jungle” along Interstate 70 are unsightly and sometimes distasteful.
A former director of Missouri’s Division of Tourism says large factory farms threaten tourism to the state’s parks.
Missouri requires a consitutional amendment to improve the protection of private property.
Implementing school voucher systems to allow parents to ensure their kids are getting a good education will help solve school violence and many of the problems we see today.
Drawing attention to last week’s assault against grad student Kendra Yoder is a step toward preventing these crimes.
An organization of West Point graduates and a U.S. representative are collecting evidence against President Bush and Vice President Cheney in hopes of getting them impeached.
The John Merrill plagarism scandal holds much to discuss about attribution and responsibililty.
Expanding the existing highway will not solve long term issues; Columbians should consider creating an I-70 bypass further north.
Readers need to know “the rest of the story” about what’s being done to ensure biofuel incentives are used for the right purposes.
John Merrill stumbled, but he is one of the best journalism professors ever to have taught, advised and mentored students at the J-School.