How the end of Saturday mail delivery could impact political mailers
Axiom Strategies considers what an end to Saturday mail delivery could mean for political mailers.
KDOT merger savings don't appear to have a basis in fact
The Wichita Eagle Blog suggests that the $30 million in savings attached to merging the Kansas Turnpike Authority with the Kansas Department of Transportation has no basis in fact.
Businesses can't succeed if they're increasingly reliant on government assistance
Show-Me Daily is frustrated that a nonprofit job incubator in St. Louis believes it needs government tax credits in order to exist.
Rep. Graves blasts U.S. Postal Service for cutting out Saturday delivery
20 Pounds of Headlines notes that U.S. Rep. Sam Graves blasted the U.S. Postal Service for looking to cut Saturday mail delivery.
Nieves pushing for state nullification in new resolution
The Turner Report is bothered by Missouri Sen. Brian Nieves resolution that asks voters to consider a constitutional amendment that would allow the state government to ignore federal statutes.
Thoughts on the sustainability of humankind
MO Rage contends that humanity isn't living in a sustainable fashion.
Rove remembers disappointment of 'Todd Mourdock'
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that Karl Rove recently sandwiched together former U.S. Senate candidates Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock, referring to them as 'Todd Mourdock.'
Missouri House committee hears testimony over 'Right to Work' bill
PoliticMo reports that the Missouri House Committee on Workforce Development heard testimony concerning a 'Right to Work' bill on Wednesday.