Who will be tapped to lead the Ad Hoc Group?
Tony's Kansas City wonders who will take over the Ad Hoc Group.
Thoughts on Mayor Bloomberg, sugary drinks and a nanny state
Axiom Strategies rails against the ban of large sugary drinks in New York City, arguing that Mayor Michael Bloomberg's paternalistic attitude will have ripples across the country.
The Tax Foundation is not a fan of the Kansas tax cut plan
The Wichita Eagle Blog notes that the Tax Foundation is not a fan of the tax cut plan in Kansas.
A response to Rev. Collier in defense of same-sex marriage
MO Rage drafts a response to Rev. Jarvis L. Collier, who argued in an editorial that President Barack Obama and the NAACP were wrong to support same-sex marriage.
Convention and Visitors Association rejects St. Louis Rams' stadium proposal
Show-Me Daily writes that the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission rejected the stadium upgrade proposal from the St. Louis Rams.
Assessing the impact of hotspot policing
Chief's Blog crunches the numbers and believes that hotspot policing is proving effective in curbing violent crime in the city.
Missouri Supreme Court Judge Price to step down on August 1
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that Missouri Supreme Court Judge William Ray Price, Jr., will step down after 20 years on the bench and has cited his desire to have his replacement selected via the Missouri Plan.
Nicastro wants to see return of the state takeover bill for KC schools
20 Pounds of Headlines reports that Missouri Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro hopes the Missouri Legislature will revisit a state takeover of the Kansas City public schools.