Blunt's surprising comments on health care
Fired Up! Missouri is stunned to hear U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt talk about supporting the portion of the Affordable Health Care Act that allows children to stay on their parents' health insurance plan until they're 26 years old.
Missouri doesn't need to legislate the right to pray
Show Me Progress argues that a constitutional amendment in Missouri over the right to pray is a question that doesn't need to be on a ballot.
Pro-life poll gives one blogger hope for the future
Axiom Strategies is heartened by the latest polling numbers that show more Americans are pro-life than pro-choice.
Good to see bipartisan support for NBAF funding
The Wichita Eagle Blog is glad that funding of the proposed National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility in Manhattan appears to have bipartisan support in Washington D.C.
Trying to understand Columbia's approach to development incentives
Show-Me Daily attempts to make sense of economic incentives used by city officials in Columbia, Missouri, in a bid to spur development.
Romney is off base on teachers and school reform
The Turner Report takes GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney to task for his recent comments on teachers and desire for educational reform.
MEC fines former Gov. Wilson
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix reports that the Missouri Ethics Commission has fined former Gov. Roger Wilson for secretly funneling campaign contributions to the Missouri Democratic Party.