The problem with Prop A and local police control in St. Louis
24th State writes why Proposition A, which would grant local control of the police department in St. Louis, is not a good idea.
Missouri moves away from deep red on the map
Fired Up! Missouri is heartened that Missouri appears to be sliding away from being a completely red state.
Why debates have a limited impact on the electorate
Axiom Strategies contends that debates, with the exception of the presidential debates, don't really move the needle in elections.
Huelskamp wants USDA to look at its own cafeterias
The Wichita Eagle Blog writes that U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp has asked the USDA to look at its cafeterias in protest over proposed calorie limits in school lunches.
Nixon, Spence have diverging views on the Missouri economy
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that Gov. Jay Nixon and challenger Dave Spence have divergent views on the state of the economy in Missouri.
Virtual education offers real opportunity to Missouri students
Show-Me Daily argues that virtual education represents a real possibility for advancement for students in unaccredited districts.
Akin is 'swimming with sharks'
Missourinet notes that U.S. Rep. Todd Akin is now "swimming with sharks," in looking at the past few weeks for his campaign.
Kansas Supreme Court upholds cap on medical malpractice lawsuits
The Wichitopekington writes that the Kansas Supreme Court has upheld a $250,000 limit on medical malpractice awards.