Thoughts on Ann Romney and 'you people'
Gone Mild analyzes what Ann Romney meant when she quipped "you people," in response to a question about whether or not she and husband presidential candidate Mitt Romney would release more tax records.
Considering possible VP candidates to run with Romney
Axiom Strategies considers the potential boost to Romney's campaign among a hypothetical list of vice presidential candidates.
It's time to renew a ban on assault weapons
MO Rage asserts that now is the time for a ban on assault weapons.
The NRA has lost its way
The Turner Report lambasts the National Rifle Association for pushing for more relaxed gun laws in light of the events in Aurora, Colorado.
There's room for improvement in Missouri's economy
Show-Me Daily notes that opinions may differ on the state of the Missouri economy, but there's no debate that there is room for improvement.
The news should stick to the facts on Aurora, Colorado
The South Kansas City Observer contends that now is the time for facts, not sweeping proclamations, about the shootings in Aurora, Colorado.
KCPD considers response based on Colorado shootings
Chief's Blog writes how the Kansas City Police Department is looking at its own policies based on the Colorado shootings.
GSA's decision to cancel conference in St. Louis was the fiscally correct one
Missouri Insight looks at the potential savings from a conference being cancelled by the General Services Administration and believes it's a step in the right direction.
Kinder files ethics complaint against Lager over attack site
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix reports that Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder has filed an ethics complaint against state Sen. Brad Lager, his Republican primary opponent, over Kindersreport.com.