Thoughts on the 'war on women'
Show Me Progress considers the use of the term 'war' as a metaphor and several key Democrats backing away from the sentiment that Republicans are involved in a 'war on women.'
Blunt is on the wrong side of the Buffett Rule
What exactly is wasteful spending?
The Wichita Eagle Blog takes issue with Sherriene Jones-Sontag, spokeswoman for Gov. Sam Brownback, talking about wasteful spending in light of higher expected taxes revenues.
Why Brunner's campaign needs more than his funds
The Missouri Record suggests that the failure of previous campaigns that lived on a candidate's own donations doesn't bode well for Republican Senate candidate John Brunner.
Missouri Senate postpones vote on teacher tenure bill
The Turner Report notes that the Missouri Senate postponed a vote on a bill that would have moved teacher tenure eligibility from five to 10 years.
The death of debate
The South Kansas City Observer doesn't want to debate any more because the world is too polarized.
Looking at the campaign numbers for Lager, Kinder
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix wades into the latest campaign finance reports and believes the race is heating up between Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder and his primary opponent, state Sen. Brad Lager.