It is not just corporations versus organized labor, but the Republican Party versus every worker in every industry.
In a search for proposed bills, it's hard to find relevant bills because most lack a title. The legislation found was even more confusing.
The New Year is something akin to the line one draws on the score card after a particularly bad bowling frame or tee-to-green. It is meant to separate the bad from the good, to have a new beginning, to hit the reset button.
Let’s celebrate Christmas for what it should be, the rebirth of the planet and peace and tolerance for all mankind.
I still believe that each man and woman on death row needs to have this one chance to prove innocence or guilt beyond a shadow of doubt.
If the military allows sanctioned chaplains to minister to the needs of the troops, then it must meet the needs of all of the troops, including the servicemen and -women who are atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, skeptics and secular humanists.
Missouri's rural Democrats need to stop worrying about their jobs and allow the governor's veto to stand.
A feud that sparked shootings a year ago, a rift between local police agencies and a misunderstanding of community policing seem to have created a mess in Columbia's law enforcement community.
It is too expensive to return the surplus to citizens and it won't create jobs or be spent on material goods.
The form required by an ordinance the Columbia City Council passed in January contains so little information about tenants it does not merit a conspiracy theory.
For those over the age of 55, the job search can be even more difficult. Employers may not believe they can teach an old dog new tricks.
Poll after poll shows an ever-increasing acceptance of marriage equality in the United States and worldwide.
Here's why street gangs exist — poverty and lack of support systems, few living wage jobs, poorly funded education systems and the outlook of a dismal future. Heavy-handed police action doesn't address those issues.
David Rosman's father, now 90, was a fighter pilot in World War II and owned a bicycle store in the New York City suburbs.
The re-purposing of the former Ellis Fischel Cancer Center is the underlying and more important story, and beyond the university, there are more important stories this summer.
Federal investigations of Fox News and The Associated Press raise the question of where the line is between protecting national security and preserving press freedom.
Two school districts have hosted prayer meetings, despite the Constitution is clear that the government, from local to federal, cannot promote or establish a religion.
J. Karl Miller seems to believe that any change to Article 60 is contrary to the discipline of the military. Nothing could be further from the truth. It takes time for change to happen, and it will, even with Karl kicking and screaming that it can’t.
Concealed weapons can be worrisome enough by themselves. But the possibility of an unsecured list that names personal information of conceal carry permit holders is something that needs to be addressed immediately.
Missourian columnist George Kennedy asked last week whether Sen. Kurt Schaefer was playing politics or policy. Maybe the question should be: Should Schaefer's actions be considered juvenile and conspiratorial?