Photo: Our bumpers do the talking
Show Me Progress looks at bumper stickers and finds that the 2008 presidential election is still on people's minds.
Kansas officials assert that beef in the state is safe
The Wichita Eagle Blog notes that Kansas officials were quick to confirm that beef was safe in Kansas in light of the discovery of mad cow disease in California.
President Obama doesn't need another scandal
MO Rage believes that another scandal could be really damaging to President Barack Obama in an election year.
Franchise bill in the Missouri Senate needs to be made clearer
Show-Me Daily contends that a new franchising bill in the Missouri Senate has language that is particularly convoluted.
Rupp is off base about court's decision over Photo ID ballot language
The Turner Report takes issue with Republican Secretary of State candidate Scott Rupp believing that it was an "activist judge," that threw out the Photo ID ballot language.
The Morality of Capitalism author speaking in Overland Park on May 15
The Missouri Record notes that Tom G. Palmer, the author of The Morality of Capitalism, will be in Overland Park on May 15.
Kansas Senate votes to eliminate Kansas Arts Commission
The Wichitopekington writes that the Kansas Senate approved a bill that would abolish the Kansas Arts Commission and replace it with the Creative Arts Industries Commission under the Department of Commerce.
MO lawmakers take time off from Jefferson City to go turkey hunting
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that several Missouri lawmakers took days off earlier this week to go turkey hunting.
What it's like to cover the budget hearings
Missourinet reports on what life is like for a reporter covering the budget debates in the Missouri Senate.
Spence campaign accidentally e-mails media briefing memo to reporters
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix reports that the Spence gubernatorial campaign accidentally sent an internal media briefing memo to reporters.