Although Claire McCaskill has been a stellar example of fiscal responsibility so far in her battle against the congressional earmark process, a
The Economist has an article about the benefits about parental choice in education:
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports on the just-published study I coauthored with Verne Kennedy of Market Research Insight:
The Show-Me Institute has released a new study detailing Missouri's overwhelming level of support for school choice, as demonstrated from the results of a survey we commissioned late last year.
To the surprise of nobody who has been alive in St.
Claire McCaskill, Missouri's freshman senator, has been keeping her campaign promise to fight congressional earmarks, the budget process by which lawmakers funnel federal funds
Over at the Columbia Daily Tribune they have a depressing article about the corruption of a bill to expand the otherwise top-notch "Quality jobs" program blogged about
On April 6, I wrote about the creeping state control of our lives in the name of safety. I was pleased with efforts to repeal the motorcycle helmet law and oppostion to a primary seat belt law allowing cops to ticket people for not wearing a seat belt