Romney should look to follow the path laid by Republican governors
Axiom Strategies believes that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney should take a page from three successful Republican governors.
President Obama is having a bad June
The Wichita Eagle Blog notes that June has been a bad month politically for President Barack Obama.
City shouldn't have to use incentives to keep businesses on the Plaza
Tony's Kansas City is frustrated that the city is providing incentives to keep Lockton on the Plaza.
Government unions, not the membership, need to be reworked
24th State appreciates the work of public workers, but believes we need to rethink government unions.
Nullification is not justified by the Constitution
Show-Me Daily considers the history of nullification in light of talk over a push to overturn the Affordable Health Care Act.
Willard's comments on evolution weren't meant to spark controversy
20 Pounds of Headlines reports that Kansas Board of Education member Ken Willard didn't mean to be controversial when he talked about evolution being taught in public schools and the board's upcoming review of new science standards.
Secular Coalition for America is coming to Missouri
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that the Secular Coalition for America, an atheist lobbying group based out Washington D.C., is going to add chapters in Missouri and Illinois.
Nixon has yet to engage Republican opponents
PoliticMo writes that so far Gov. Jay Nixon has avoided trading barbs with any of his potential Republican opponents, including frontrunner Dave Spence.
The campaign scare tactics have hit the airwaves
Missourinet blasts campaign advertising meant to scare voters and encourages people to question what they hear.