Other Views: Time for special inquiry
Testifying at a House committee hearing recently, Internal Revenue Services Commissioner John Koskinen did nothing to enlighten Congress or the public about a year-old scandal about whether his agency improperly targeted conservative groups.
Geoff Caldwell, columnist: It's like stepping into the Twilight Zone
U.S. Rep. Jim Bridenstine, R-Okla., was visiting the Fort Sill military complex in his home state and decided to visit the illegal immigrant processing center the federal government had recently opened on base.
Our View: Restore the hall
To borrow a phrase from a Home Depot commercial: “Let’s start doing.”
Your View: Who’s to blame?
Not long ago, Mercy cut area jobs because our Republican legislators have refused Medicaid expansion.
Your View: Access to health care
On June 30, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against an Affordable Care Act requirement that employers cover certain contraceptive products at no extra charge, as part of preventive benefits in employee health insurance plans.
Our View: Who’s calling the shots?
If Missouri Farmers Care really does care about the “Right to Farm” amendment on the Aug. 5 ballot, it sure has an odd way of showing it.
Darvin Bentlage, guest columnist: Big ag dream wrong for Missouri farmers
For centuries, we have had the right to farm. On Tuesday, Aug. 5, a proposed constitutional amendment will be on the state ballot that is supposed to give us protection so we can have the “Right to Farm.”
Other Views: Restrained ruling
As most of the country was focused this past week on the Supreme Court ruling on whether Obamacare can force Hobby Lobby to provide contraceptive insurance coverage to its employees (it can’t), the high court released an opinion on another major case.
Jeanne Looper Smith, columnist: 50-year reunion celebrates connections
High school reunions are like Woody Allen movies. You either like them or you don’t.
Carol Stark: 51 years of tradition bind this neighborhood
Cheers could be heard as a red convertible cruised down the tree-lined street followed by a parade of red, white and blue festooned bicycles, tricycles and baby strollers.
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