U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on Arizona immigration law isn't a win for either side
The Wichita Eagle Blog argues that the Supreme Court's ruling over the Arizona immigration law shouldn't be declared a victory for supporters or opponents of the law.
Assessing the mood before Supreme Court decision on health care mandates
Axiom Strategies contends that liberal columnists are in different stages of grief over the anticipated decision from the U.S. Supreme Court later this week to strike down the individual insurance mandate in the Affordable Health Care Act.
Blunt is right to ask for compromise in Congress
MO Rage applauds U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt for calling for compromise in Washington D.C.
Humphreys gives $250,000 to Lager campaign
PoliticMo notes that David Humphreys, a former supporter of Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, has shifted his support and campaign donations, the latest being $250,000, to the campaign of state Sen. Brad Lager, who is challenging Kinder in the Republican primary.
Columbia needs to learn from St. Louis TIFs
Show-Me Daily hopes that Columbia uses St. Louis as a cautionary tale rather than a blueprint for implementing tax increment financing programs.
Thoughts on a new state motto for Missouri
Missourinet has a new state motto suggestion for Missouri in light of a resolution from the Missouri Legislature suggesting that it be, "The Great Rivers State."
MO Supreme Court considers initiative petitions
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix reports that the Missouri Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday over six initiative petitions to determine whether they meet the criteria to appear on the November ballot.