Kansas lawmakers appear overly concerned with gun privacy
The Wichita Eagle Blog wants to know why Kansas lawmakers should be concerned about whether a physician asks a patient if they have a firearm in the home.
A guide to celebrating President's Day in Kansas City
Tony's Kansas City looks at how to celebrate President's Day in Kansas City.
We need to address the issue of prejudice against older workers
Uncommon Courage is concerned about age discrimination in the workplace.
Smith wants to bring Missouri attitude to Washington
The Turner Report links to video of state Rep. Jason Smith, a candidate for former U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson's seat, at Lincoln Days explaining that he doesn't want the Washington experience but instead wants to bring the Missouri experience to Washington D.C.
Gov. Jindal talks education and the economy during Missouri speech
PoliticMo writes that Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal noted that education and the economy need to be a priority right now during his speech at a Lincoln Days dinner in Missouri.
COMBAT to focus on violent crime prevention
20 Pounds of Headlines reports that COMBAT will shift its focus towards violent crime away from its drug rehabilitation efforts.
Do radio hosts need to divulge financial ties to guests?
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix asks if radio hosts should announce their financial ties to interview subjects.