Kevin Wilson, guest columnist: Africa trip conjures up messages of miracles
I recently returned from my second mission trip to Senegal in western Africa, once again going with the Open Doors Foundation of Neosho.
Herb Van Fleet, guest columnist: Hoping for ACA failure betrays American principles
During the 17th and 18th centuries, in a period of philosophic thought called the Enlightenment, the idea of natural rights was all the rage.
Patrick Ishmael, columnist: Left wages war on poor with minimum wage push
The Road to Washington may be paved with good intentions, but good intentions don’t always translate into good policy.
Our View: MSSU makes right call
We applaud Missouri Southern State University for holding the line on college costs.
Other Views: More harm than good
The fight to lure jobs back and forth across the state line in the Kansas City metro area is nearly a zero-sum game — one that can and should be stopped for the benefit of all taxpayers.
Our View: Gun bills are bad policy
Lawmakers in Missouri and Kansas are creating real problems from perceived threats.
Your View: Don’t cast first stone
Where would Joplin be without Mark Rohr?
Your View: Here’s to learning lessons
I’m feeling a little under the weather, and today’s Joplin Globe didn’t help me feel any better, thanks to the news of the additional fees charged by the City Council investigator, Tom Loraine.
Your View: Hire city manager back
You who ousted Mark Rohr, including the city attorney, are unfit and unqualified to serve Joplin.
Our View: Can you hear me now?
When last we checked, the Republican Party was the party of local control, of getting government out of people’s lives.
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