The silver lining in this recent report regarding the continued underperformance of the IBM call center in Columbia is that taxpayers could have l
Underlying the American Federation of Government Employee’s (AFGE) claims that their members deserve higher salaries and more lavish benefits is the assumption that private sector workers are better compensated than government workers.
As we’ve discussed many times before, the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) faces a serious budget shortfall in the next few years.
The Citizens of the World charter school, slated to open next school year in Kansas City, is generating interest in education circles.
For many years, the small north Saint Louis County municipality of Charlack (population 1,366), has relied heavily on traffic fines to run its city government. The micro-city has used its position along busy Interstate 170 to pull in millions of dollars in traffic fines over the years.
The Kansas City government has been slow to release documents pertaining to the convention hotel. Just recently they released a 2013 HVS report on a proposed 1,000-room convention hotel.
For those who have seen the James Bond movie Goldfinger, remember when James Bond stops the atom bomb from destroying Fort Knox with 007 seconds left on the timer? That scene was pretty high-tension.
Alan Krueger, professor of economics at Princeton, has weighed in on the minimum wage debate. Writing in the New York Times, Krueger fears that a $15 minimum wage “would
Conservative columnist and radio host Erick Erickson coined the phrase “you will be made to care” to describe the tendency of big government supporters to assume that all people should adopt their world view.
Recently, the Saint Louis Business Journal reported that the Saint Louis Convention and Visitors Commission (CVC) is pushing for a $100 million improvement and expansion of the