J. Karl Miller
The Democrats continue to "blame" the Republican Party for the "war on women," despite that the Democrats have "held the legislative reins for more than two-thirds of the time" in the past 62 years.
Taking a page from David Rosman's book, J. Karl Miller takes the week off from politics to discuss some of the finer eating establishments Columbia has to offer.
The use of "class warfare" used by President Barack Obama's administration is a ploy to connect with the 99 percent, while tarnishing the hard work of the wealthiest Americans.
Though no one has been indicted in the much-publicized death of a teenager in Florida, the case is being twisted in the public eye to support political agendas.
Ken Burton has faced a tumultuous time as chief of police, but his time at the top has produced many major positive changes within the department.
While our First Amendment rights should be protected, we need to communicate our opinions compassionately and treat others with respect. This includes amending the content in vulgar entertainment mediums such as movies, television shows, concerts and night club entertainment.
The question is not whether to deny "the right of a woman to choose to exercise contraception" but where the responsibility of cost lies.
Frank Haith has turned allegations of NCAA violations and calls to resign into the best regular-season record in Missouri men's basketball history.
Putting aside past injustices and cooperating with the police is the only way to end the gang violence in town and ensure everyone's safety.
While proponents of a photo ID requirement for voters say it will help reduce voter fraud, its critics believe it will keep the disadvantaged away from the polls.
Self appointed conservative pundits and radio hosts have widened the gap between Republicans and Conservatives.
There are hidden consequences to raising cigarette taxes and minimum wage that voters should research to make an educated decision.
The two-party system has its benefits, including stability and encouraging debate.
Before facts are investigated about the reports of Marines urinating on dead Taliban members, opinions of people who haven't been on-site where an incident happened have little value.
Cutbacks in our military, as history has shown us, lead to regret and more money spent to regain the balance of power in combat forces.
Women's basketball has been overlooked and underappreciated by most sports fans. However, the sport, including MU's women's basketball team, is no longer the dull and archaic game it used to be.
True journalists must write for an established publication that follows reasonable rules, has mindful editors and verifies its information. Others, such as bloggers and sensationalist video wielders, don't live up to this standard.
For as long as J. Karl Miller can remember, he has had an unabashed and unashamed love affair with Christmas.
If the "Occupy" movement has a purpose, it is expertly concealed behind a facade of adolescents acting out about a perceived unfairness in their allowance or curfew. The notion that they as "99 percenters" are victims of the wealthiest percent and, as such, deserve to share in a redistribution of property is absolute nonsense.
There is no clear favorite Republican candidate to win GOP nod for the upcoming 2012 election.