The Columbia Missourian - Opinion
Sun Feb 25 6:16 AM
Greitens, who holds a doctorate in Greek ethics and philosophy, has been brought down by what in Greek tragedy is called hubris.
Big business groups are back at the Capitol pushing a bill to force all employment disputes, including sexual harassment, into secret arbitration.
In the Senate of old, filibusters often were diverted into near comedy routines for no other purpose than to calm tempers.
What a mistake by Florida lawmakers to not even pretend to show respect for the horrible things those kids saw a week ago.
Society has come to expect charity from tax-funded programs. The socialized public method dominates discussion to the detriment of other options.
Two-thirds of mayors agreed that cities should play a role in reducing the effects of climate change even if it means making fiscal sacrifices.
Even the mere threat of interference can be disruptive if voters distrust results because they think someone hacked the local election board.
The primary order of business is to form a political block led by the African-American community.
Good employers should seize the opportunity to stop shielding harassers and give workers a fair chance when they've been wronged.
Whether you believe Roundup causes cancer depends on if you believe scientific findings or a spokesman for the pesticide industry.
Withdrawing from NAFTA would slap a 20 percent tariff on exports, which would deal a devastating blow to a small business owner like myself.
Despite low unemployment and an economy ranked 11th nationally for fiscal health in a 2017 study, the state budget is under severe stress.
Over the years, fiscal notes have had a significant impact on the legislative process sidelining bills or forcing sponsors to scale back the costs.
This year, at least 20 states are considering laws that would make it harder to vote.
Greitens has shown he has many lessons to learn. Too bad he's being educated at the expense of Missouri's schoolchildren.
Jeff Sessions, who opposes safe medical marijuana, says severe pain sufferers should "tough it out" instead.
The Trump administration wants servers to hand over nearly $6 billion to their bosses.
U.S. Valentine's Day sales are expected to reach $19.
Viewing the homeless as lazy freeloaders prevents a deeper understanding of their decisions.
This Black History Month we must not only reflect on the past, we must also think about the future, especially our collective economic future.