Somehow, I was led to believe that voting was a fundamental part of democracy. And when a majority exists, and not vote can take place – well, that more than just a shame; it’s not democracy.
Republican governors, state legislators and secretaries of state have become shameless in their attempts to reverse the results of legitimately passed ballot initiatives. What
After the November 2018 midterm election, Missouri voters could congratulate themselves on being ahead of the curve in the nationwide drive for anti-gerrymandering laws.
One of the crucial trends in the 2016 election was the 80-plus percent of white evangelicals who voted for Trump.
How did it happen? Susan Collins, a seemingly sensitive person who is pro-choice on abortion rights, disses Christine Blasey-Ford’s a contention that she was sexually abused by Brett Kavanaugh. Is Collins (a) insensitive to the history of women not being believed when men say something contrary, (b) simply a poor judge of character (who could not see Kavanaugh as a bully), or (c) just a Republican who has a very different way of looking at life from the way others do?
Missouri has produced great people who are a credit to our state and are known for their legacy of public service. Towering figures like
George Tiller was a Kansas doctor who was the medical director of Women’s Healthcare Services in Wichita. Tiller’s medical practice was one of only
Noga Sachs is a candidate for Missouri’s 2nd Congressional District in the upcoming Republican primary. She’s running against long-time incumbent Ann Wagner. Recently, I
Republican strategist and party loyalist Steve Schmidt’s painful statement today on why he has decided to leave the Republican party is well worth reading
In an unlikely brain spasm for a person with my political proclivities, I’ve recently been thinking about Senator Marco Rubio. Every so often, Rubio