Last week, I blogged about how I liked the Martin Luther King bridge expansion idea as a plan to improve transportation across the Mississippi. It seems that County Executive Charlie Dooley has now given a
A recent controversy has arisen over the state of intellectual diversity in Missouri's colleges and universities.
Does government support for the arts cause economic growth? Governor Blunt seems to think so:
Carl Bearden writes about scholarships and higher education in the South East Missourian:
A new controversy regarding the ownership of Allen Cab Co. has jogged my memories about one of the most unnecessarily, overly regulated industries in St.
A few days ago, my colleague David Stokes blogged about the ongoing struggle between Missouri and Illinois lawmakers to reach a compromise on plans to build an additional bridge of some sort across the Mississippi.
The state is currently considering a proposal to renew and extend the "Quality Jobs Act." This program provides tax incentives for businesses to create jobs in Missouri that pay above the county average and provide at