Kansas Dems focus on Kobach in call for contributions
The Wichita Eagle Blog writes that the Kansas Democratic Party is using Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to try and spur donations to fight his "anti-voter agenda."
The U.S. needs to scale back its military spending
MO Rage believes that the way to cut government spending is to cut military spending.
Audio: Jones talks 'Right to Work' and unions
How Sanders' discussion of transportation sales tax could overshadow streetcar win
Tony's Kansas City argues that Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders has stolen Mayor Sly James' thunder by discussing a potential sales tax for a wider public transportation infrastructure.
Meet the newest Police Academy graduates
Chief's Blog introduces readers to the newest graduates of the Police Academy, who will be joining the ranks of the Kansas City Police Department.
Kansas Libertarian Party to file suit over ban on open carrying of weapons in four Kansas towns
20 Pounds of Headlines writes that the Kansas Libertarian Party intends to file four lawsuits today challenging the ban on openly carrying weapons in Kansas City, Kansas, Leawood, Lenexa and Prairie Village.
It's about who might be listening in
Musings From Brian J. Noggle worries about potential snooping in the guise of transportation safety.
Missouri lawmakers set to debate 'Right to Work' legislation
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that Missouri lawmakers will soon be debating 'Right to Work' legislation.
What would happen if Kinder made a bid for Emerson's seat?
Missourinet considers what would happen if Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder ran for U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson's seat.