Opinion: Five Years Later, St. Louis is setting the pace for urban sustainability

By Lewis Reed As the President of the St. Louis City Board of Aldermen, it is my and my colleagues’ responsibility to make decisions that positively...

Opinion: American energy and national security benefits from NAFTA

By Sen. Wayne Wallingford The preliminary agreement announced recently relating to the North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA) between the U.S. and Mexico holds great promise...

Combine Tax Cuts with Tax Simplicity

By John Lee   Missouri recently marked Governor Parson's (R-MO) first 100 days in office. He's accomplished plenty in that time, including a signed balanced state budget and...

Editorial: A Lost Message

By: Jake Silverman On November 8, 2016, then candidate Donald Trump shocked the world by defeating Hillary Clinton in what might be deemed as one...

Opinion: Finding our roots in ‘Professor’ Schmitt’s 21st Century American Civics

By Brian Earll and Sarah Jones In a 24-hour news cycle dominated by division and unrest, we have started to lose sight of the thing which...

Op-ed: Trade wars showing signs of improvement for Missouri farmers

By Eric Bohl America’s ongoing trade battles recently took a couple of new turns. On Monday, August 27, President Trump announced his administration had reached...

Opinion: Streamlined regulations will speed 5G deployment

By Rep. Dan Shaul If you haven’t heard of 5G yet, you will. This game-changing new wireless communications technology is going to revolutionize the way we...

Commentary: Farm Bureau straw poll predicts Hawley victory

By Eric Bohl State fairs and politics have gone hand-in-hand for decades. The Missouri State Fair is no exception, bringing elected officials, hopeful candidates, political...

Op-ed: For a glimpse of a right-to-work Missouri, look to its neighbors

By the Economic Policy Institute On Tuesday, Missouri voters will go to the polls to decide whether to adopt the so-called “right-to-work” (RTW) statute approved...

OPINION: Missouri can’t afford to miss economic opportunities right-to-work offers

By Ray McCarty A previous article used selected statistics to paint a dire picture for Missouri if right-to-work was to become law as passed by...

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