OP ED: Free advice to rural Democrats – stop attacking Missouri agriculture

by Rep. Sonya Anderson I want to offer some free advice to Missouri Democrats: if you want to make gains in Rural Missouri, it won’t help...

An issue to consider as we go to the polls

By Senator Wayne Wallingford, District 27 Missouri Chairman, Vets4Energy America has paid a heavy price to be independent.  Since the nation’s founding, men and women in our...

Op-ed: Biofuel fix could boost farm income, hold down fuel prices

By Missouri Representative Warren Love (R-Osceola) The Trump administration hasn’t been shy about repealing old and unnecessary regulations. But time is running out to fix...

OPINION: Beyond May, The Conversation Around Mental Health Must Continue

By Ryan Dillon Despite the fact that it has a profound impact on our communities, mental health is an issue that does not receive the...

Wallingford: Tariffs could have unintended consequences

By. Sen. Wayne Wallingford Missouri Chairman, Vets4Energy The United States is in the enviable position of being the global leader in the production of oil and...

Time to surrender in the war against medical cannabis for veterans

By Joshua Lee with Rory E. Riley-Topping War. War never changes. Since the dawn of time, war has caused death, destruction, and hardships for those...

Missouri lawmakers should do more than pay lip service to North Carolina’s tax reform

By Jeremy Cady Proponents of a bill now moving through the Missouri legislature hold up North Carolina as the model of state tax reform done...

Schatz: Airline regulations will only raise ticket prices

So why is Congress still trying to push them through? By Senator Dave Schatz The cost of flying in the United States has reached record lows,...
Matt Yutzy with president Trump

OP ED: NAFTA important to all Missourians

By Matt Yutzy I was recently fortunate enough to meet President Trump after he landed at the Lambert Airport in St. Louis and we had...

Missouri Leading the Charge to Feed the World

By Eric Bohl Humans will need to produce more food in the next 40 years than in the previous 10,000 combined. Agricultural researchers love to...

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