Survey: Majority of Americans want limits on PAC donations
The Wichita Eagle Blog writes that a new survey from the Associated Press shows that eight out of 10 Americans believe there should be a limit on political action committee donations.
Video: Koster campaign begins airing 'Conviction' ad
Fired Up! Missouri links to a new campaign video from Kansas Attorney General Chris Koster.
Why the U.S. should withdraw from Afghanistan
MO Rage has four reasons the U.S. should withdraw its troops from Afghanistan.
Why less taxes on the wealthy haven't created a stronger economy
Ancillary Adams is more concerned with trickle down economics than Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's recent comments.
Missouri Board of Ed approves new public school standards
The Turner Report links to a new report from the Missouri Board of Education, which gave initial approval to updated standards for public schools at a meeting Monday.
Lulli Akin explains her commitment and that of her husband in his Senate race
20 Pounds of Headlines notes that its Lulli Akin, wife of U.S. Rep. Todd Akin, who has the most impact in a National Journal profile of the couple and his campaign.
History keeps being repeated with economic incentives
Musings From Brian J. Noggle wonders when government will learn that subsidies and economic incentives are not wise investments.
Ballpark Village expected to open in 2014 in St. Louis
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that Ballpark Village is slated to open in 2014 in St. Louis.