O'Malley in 2016?
Show Me Progress thinks about a future presidential candidate in Marilyn Gov. Martin O'Malley after seeing him at the Harkin Steak Fry.
Thoughts on the GM bailout
Axiom Strategies believes that the bailout of General Motors should be remembered as a lesson as to why the government shouldn't interfere with the private sector.
The problem with having average teachers
Show-Me Daily is frustrated by an education system that seems to reward average teachers.
Romney, Akin and the politics of class warfare
The Turner Report rips into Gov. Mitt Romney and U.S. Rep. Todd Akin for engaging, in what he sees, as class warfare against the poor. Artur Bagyants argues that Romney's secretly recorded comments at a fundraiser are a glimpse into who he is.
Duncan in KC tonight to lead town hall meeting on education
20 Pounds of Headlines notes that U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will be in Kansas City tonight to lead a town hall meeting on the Penn Valley campus of Metropolitan Community College.
Was it Kobach's skepticism guiding the State Objections Board?
The Wichitopekington wonders if Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach was the driving force behind the State Objections Board's decision to seek additional documentation to proof President Barack Obama's citizenship.
Romney seeks to shore up campaign
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix contends that former Gov. Romney is trying to steady his campaign after the events of the past week.
We need to start having a real discussion about health care insurance
The South Kansas City Observer believes the health care system can't be fixed with platitudes.
Spence pushes for ethics reform in Missouri
PoliticMo writes that Republican gubernatorial candidate Dave Spence is pushing for ethics reform in the Missouri Legislature.