Dining with Nancy: Ecco

I don’t consider myself particularly old. Though, as another birthday passed recently and legislators whom are much younger than me continue to be elected,...

Letter to the Editor: Using scripture rightly in the Medicaid debate

It is always good to consult Scripture on issues of public policy debate.  Sir William Blackstone wrote, “Upon these two foundations, the law of...

Column: Time for early voting

It happens every four years. The presidential election comes, and, inevitably, somewhere in the state, polling places clog and congest. Near motionless lines run...

Column: Teachers unions are leading the way on real education reform

Teachers know better than anyone that Missouri’s public schools need improvement and reform. But while our education system’s struggles are widely recognized, what few...

Dining with Nancy at Vitality

I am a proud farm kid. I was raised on a diversified farm with corn, soybeans, and beef cattle in a small rural farm...

Letter to the editor — Lembke: “Invoking Scripture to justify Medicaid expansion is just...

(In response to a recent column; “Standing in the gap for working Missourians” written by Governor Nixon and Dr. Jim Hill.) I always get a...

Column: Standing in the gap for working Missourians

Written by Gov. Jay Nixon and Dr. Jim Hill, president of the Missouri Faith Voices board In the prophet Ezekiel’s day, the poor and needy...

Dining with Nancy: Paddy Malone’s

Saint Patrick’s Day is a great holiday. Complementing its religious roots, it is a day to celebrate all things Irish – the people, the...

Column: You can still be pro-union even if you don’t agree with the teachers...

This is the second part of a three part series that I wrote to talk to members of my part about education reform. It's time...

Dining with Nancy: Hunan

Sometimes you just need a place to hide – to hide from issues, policy, and people related to issues and policy. This week mandated...

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