By not expanding the public transit system (rather than cutting it), workers, students and citizens of Columbia become strapped by gas prices, hamstringing the economy.
Whether you are young or old, avoid becoming a victim with a quick refresher course in common sense.
Learning has to entail so much more than just that which online classes can convey — all of the senses, interaction and interpersonal, nonverbal and verbal communication found only in a classroom.
A lost amendment to the U.S. Constitution would have made using titles like "Dr." and "Esq.: a violation of federal law.
Moderate Democrat and Republican party members need to take action and work together in solving the nation's fiscal crisis.
Like Minnesota, the NBA and NFL, Missouri government could shut down, too. State Democrats and Republicans need to act like adults.
We have survived wars, financial crises, periods of great unemployment and moral crises before, and we will again.
The new proposed cigarette tax is unfair to smaller tobacco companies.
To have a chance to unseat President Barack Obama, the Republican presidential candidates must get organized and come up with a more moderate strategy.
A decision at the June 18 American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri meeting will decide the fate of the mid-Missouri ACLU chapter.
The Columbia City Council wants to raise parking meter rates to fund another parking garage. The question is, what do the citizens get out of it all?
Voter fraud does not warrant constitutional amendment because restrictions could add unaffordable costs for lower-income voters, and fraud cases are too infrequent.
Rumors about Missouri's pending voter identification bill have portrayed it as discriminatory and disenfranchising, wrapping more red tape around an already sticky system for exercising our constitutional right to vote. It is — but first, let's get our facts straight.
When it came to passing meaningful laws, the legislature didn't step up. The laws that did pass didn't help generate jobs or protect the needs of the people.
Days after the death of Osama bin Laden, e-books on the subject were already available to readers, marking a change in the distribution of long-form journalism.
The resume video is a mostly a gimmick that fails to impress employers and could open the door to discrimination.
By skipping the income tax and bumping the sales tax, the proposed tax bill would lay all the burden on the working and middle classes.
By prohibiting Sharia law in Missouri courtrooms, we're promoting hatred toward Muslim Americans.
With less than a week until the municipal election, Fred Schmidt and Helen Anthony stand out as ideal representatives for the First and Fifth wards, respectively.
Mike Matthes has a change to start off his term with a bang. Why not help the future of Columbia by trying to create more blue-collar jobs, and take advantage of what Columbia has to offer?