It's a one-sided argument about global warming
By The Numbers: Ed Martin's campaign contributions
Show Me Progress dives into the campaign finance reports for former Missouri Attorney General candidate Ed Martin.
How a Kinder run for Emerson's seat could hurt the Missouri GOP
24th State wonders if Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder runs for U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson's seat if that could end up hurting the Republican Party in Missouri.
KCPD believes hot spot policing is helping to keep lower the homicide rate
Chief's Blog contends that hot spot policing has reduced the number of homicides in 2012.
U.S. House to debate WWI Museum designation today
20 Pounds of Headlines reports that the U.S. House will consider a bill today that would designate Liberty Memorial and the WWI Museum as the official site to mark the start of the war's 100th anniversary.
Thoughts on bonds and the Missouri Legislature
Missourinet looks back at bonds in Missouri with the upcoming Missouri Legislature session set to kick off on January 9.
Federal court rules Illinois ban on conceal and carry is unconstitutional
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that the conceal and carry ban in Illinois will be lifted in six months if yesterday's federal court ruling stands.