The Columbia Missourian - Opinion
Such efforts to diminish the government's role in providing housing assistance to the poorest populations is based on historic ideas on the causes of poverty.
The House passed a bill that would cut taxes by $500 million next year. In a state that can't pay its bills, the bill is profoundly irresponsible.
Removal from the presidency is a very serious step. Trump, regardless of his childish acts, has not yet been found guilty of committing any crime.
What are we doing as grown-ups when our kids say they are scared in their own classroom, and they are asking for help?
A lot of needy people's benefits at risk for what's likely to be very few dollars saved and very little behavior modified.
Equally as unprecedented is the secrecy with which the House has been conducting its investigation into the governor's actions.
House Republicans are pushing ahead with another mean-spirited plan to worsen hunger and cut jobs.
Hard-working Missourians deserve more financial options and credit unions and community banks are key to having those choices.
There is no better time than the annual tax-filing deadline to rally support for this initiative.
We need to ask ourselves: If a leader makes a mistake, are they remorseful? Do they make it right? Or, is this a pattern in their life?
Missouri will spend nearly $700 million in general-fund revenue this year to house 32,500 inmates. This is ridiculous. There's got to be a better way.
Last week's remembrances of Martin Luther King Jr. caused me to read, for the first time, King's last book, "Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?" In it, King writes about his concern about the term "Black Power"
A good leader is revealed in their handling of domestic and foreign. Digging into Trump's sex life is beneath us and not worthy of our attention.
In every job I held, dating back to my two years in the military, I paid into Social Security. I did not have a choice, and now I'm entitled to it.
Congress is a dysfunctional place these days. A complicated subject like internet regulation might be beyond its abilities.
At Mizzou, we are helping students put learning first by creating options that allow them to focus less on finances and more on what is most important: their education.
In simple ways our corporate citizens could model good citizenship, and everyone could have a more positive feeling about our community.
How a case for guardianship helped a family understand how deep its roots in each other really are.
If Trump moves to fire Mueller or Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein, Ryan and his colleagues in Congress must be ready to act.
Greitens still deserves his day in court, but he cannot continue as governor under this cloud. The witness is credible and he is not. He must resign.