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By Michael Q. McShane on Nov 09, 2015

The National Council on Teacher Quality is out with its annual state-by-state report on teacher policy.

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By John Wright on Nov 09, 2015

Terry Bowman had had enough. Sitting in his breakroom several years back, he saw an article in his union’s newsletter about “the healthcare policy that Jesus would’ve advocated.” A seminarian at the time, Terry knew his scripture pretty well, so the article caught his eye.

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By Joseph Miller on Nov 06, 2015

Recently, an editorial in the Springfield Business Journal promoted the benefits ridesharing companies like Uber could bring to Springfield residents.

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By Patrick Ishmael on Nov 06, 2015

Early last month the

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By John Wright on Nov 06, 2015

Once a government union comes to power, it can stay in power for an indefinite length of time. Public employees such as teachers and firefighters are trapped by labor laws that unionize a workplace after a one-man, one-vote, one-time election.

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By Patrick Ishmael on Nov 05, 2015

When the details of Obamacare were being ironed out, some in Congress wanted a “public option”

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By Patrick Ishmael on Nov 05, 2015

Earlier today I wrote about how government-backed insurance cooperatives around the country ha

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By Michael Q. McShane on Nov 04, 2015

Most people don’t know this, but the Netherlands has had a universal school voucher system since 1917.

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By Joseph Miller on Nov 04, 2015

Leaders in Saint Louis have touted the city for its efforts to attract new businesses, especially high-tech startups.

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By James V. Shuls on Nov 03, 2015

Fewer than three out of ten students who enter Saint Louis' Sumner High School in ninth grade will graduate from the school within four years. In all, there are six high schools in Missouri where fewer than 60 percent of students graduate on time.

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