Will St. Joseph's development plan actually inhibit development?
Show-Me Daily wonders if St. Joseph's development plan is actually inhibiting development.
Why we need competition in the marketplace
Ancillary Adams argues that government needs to start encouraging competition in the marketplace.
Moran assumes GOP leadership position
The Wichita Eagle Blog writes that U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran will chair the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
Learning about sovereign living
Tony's Kansas City attends a meeting on sovereign living held by community organizer Catherine Bleish.
Video: Blunt talks about the need for compromise on fiscal issues
The Turner Report links to a video of U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt talking to CNBC about the looming fiscal cliff and the current mood in Washington D.C.
Jenkins joins House Republican leadership
20 Pounds of Headlines reports that U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins was elected the Vice Chair of the Republican Conference.
Brownback launches new task force to fight childhood poverty
The Wichitopekington writes that Gov. Sam Brownback announced a new task force yesterday to address childhood poverty in Kansas.
New members in Congress face serious challenges
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix notes that new members of Congress are facing a divided legislature and serious financial questions for the country.
A look inside one news organization's coverage of the election
Missourinet looks back on how its news organization covered the election.
Federal lawmakers split on economic issues
PoliticMo writes that federal lawmakers are split on how to address taxes and economic policy.
Thoughts on why term limits remain relevant
Missouri Record reflects on the value of term limits as a check on personal power.