Trying to reconcile income inequality in America
MO Rage looks at the latest statistics for income inequality in the United States and feels like its another poor reflection on America.
NOW's Rinker makes point with rubber stamp prop at testimony
The Wichita Eagle Blog writes that Kari Ann Rinker, executive director for the Kansas branch of the National Organization for Women, shouldn't have brought a rubber stamp to her testimony at a state house hearing last week, but her frustration with abortion legislation is understandable.
Public pension debt levels are hard to accept
Show-Me Daily criticizes the mounting levels of public pension debt and looks at the numbers for unfunded liabilities for funds in Missouri.
Sinquefield's comments on schools are troubling
The Turner Report is deeply concerned by the words of businessman and political activist Rex Sinquefield regarding public school systems. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix notes that Sinquefield has apologized for his comments linking the public school system with the Klu Klux Klan. Missourinet feels like there were several important omissions from Sinquefield's apology.
Mayor Slay, St. Louis Fire Department go back and forth on retirement benefits.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix takes a closer look at the negotiations between the St. Louis Fire Department and Mayor Francis Slay over retirement benefits.