Your View: Questions worth asking
On Nov. 5, 2009, a mass murder took place at Fort Hood in Texas.
Geoff Caldwell, columnist: Some rules are better left not followed
The book of Exodus tells of a man named Moses and his delivery unto the Jewish people two stone tablets containing the literal word of God.
Our View: Don’t exempt animal data
Details about diseased animals and agriculture events that could pose a public health threat should be open to the public for obvious reasons.
Herb Van Fleet, columnist: Butterfly effect trumps climate change beliefs
The great poet and philosopher Yogi Berra once astutely observed that “predicting is hard, especially about the future.”
Marilyn Beasley, columnist: Hitting enrollment goal nothing to gloat about
We see that President Barack Obama has reached his goal of 7 million people enrolled in Obamacare.
Our View: Voting makes a difference
All the debates, campaign signs, paid advertising and endorsements won’t make an iota of difference if people do not vote.
Phill Brooks, columnist: State Legislature failing in the art of compromise
These past few weeks, we’ve seen signs of how difficult it has become to pursue compromise in Missouri’s General Assembly.
Other Views: Sept. 11 conviction a message
The conviction of Sulaiman Abu Ghaith is more than justice for his role in terrorism, it is a testament to the ability of the U.S. judicial system.
Peter Kinder, guest columnist: Missouri’s economy depends on conservative policies
When I began my career in public service, Missouri Republicans in the General Assembly could only dream of being invited to the table while legislation was being drafted.
Our View: It’s the starting place
Joplin voters on Tuesday will be asked if the city should institute a curbside recycling program.
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