At the risk of sound horribly self-serving, Tim is right. The Show-Me Institute intern is no ordinary intern. Though I did spend some time chained to the copier/fax machine, it was not time spent in vain.
A Chesterfield resident is unhappy about a proposal to allow students to attend public schools outside of their district.
Huge news in Clayton yesterday as an Appeals Court rejected Clayton's, and Centene Corporation's, bid to acquire three properties on Forsyth by eminent domain for
We've just released the application for our fall internship program. If you're a college student, I hope you'll apply. If you're not a college student, I hope you'll pass the application on to someone who is.
Kansas City-area officials are considering building a new jail to serve to prison needs of the area, not just one individual city. This is an excellent idea that would serve KC well. Jails are one area where regionalism, cooperation a
It is every elected officials' favorite question: What to do with a budget surplus? The Post-Dispatch has a good article on the choices facing Missouri legislator
Regular visitors to our website might notice that it looks a little different today.
The state of Missouri may soon require comprehensive eye exams for all students entering kindergarten or first grade:
Looks like Gov. Blunt and friends will get their MOHELA money after all. At this juncture, pointing out just how ridiculous this bill is has become something akin to beating a dead horse.