Like the weather, Missouri conservatives and libertarians complain about the mainstream media, but never do anything about it. We will not passive-aggressively cope and seethe – together, we’ll observe, orient, decide and act.
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It was made clear that both of their bills rural jobs and a property tax cut had to pass before anything of substance was going to move.
After two days of grindingly slow legislative progress, the senate finally came to a complete stop today as Senator Bill Eigel finally took to the floor.
This will be a defining moment for Bailey. If he is able to win this case and assist a new prosecutor in establishing a competent office he will have the gratitude of the St. Louis business community, legal community, and become a folk hero to the suburbs.
The senate got underway last week in almost normal fashion with a filibuster from the democrats over the banning of critical race theory.
The bottom line is that there is no one that is gonna help rural Missourah but rural Missourahians. The only way through this is to be happy that St. Louis already has charter schools and good for them, and invite them to keep them there. Personally, I think it's a fine thing to try new things where existing school districts have failed.
Enough with the New Year’s Resolutions. If something was important to you, you would have done it in 2022. The last thing your self-confidence needs is to stare a list of ambitious steps you’ll never take. Below is a better alternative – a list of things to simply stop doing in 2023.
As readers of this column, you will not be surprised that Governor Parson chose fellow Army veteran and his General Counsel Andrew Bailey to be the next Attorney General.
Rep. Jon Patterson of Lee’s Summit was elected House Floor Leader in a closely fought contest with Rep. Michael Haffner of Cass Coutny.