Commentary / Op-Eds
By Beverly Gossage on Jun 01, 2007

The Missouri Legislature’s bill to reform workplace health insurance provides a common-sense approach to health care reform, rather than more government intervention and bureaucracy.

Commentary / Op-Eds
By David Stokes on May 31, 2007

My love of trains has been discussed before.

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Sarah Brodsky on May 31, 2007

The St. Louis School Board may reconsider its contract to bash the charter schools:

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Eric D. Dixon on May 30, 2007

George Orwell famously warned about the use of political terminology to obscure meaning, rather than to reveal or enlighten.

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Sarah Brodsky on May 30, 2007

The St. Louis School Board has decided to spend more money on:



a) New textbooks and computers.



b) Hiring better-qualified teachers in hard-to-staff subjects like math and science.



c) Repairing old school buildings.

Commentary / Op-Eds
By David Stokes on May 29, 2007

In New York City, the value of a taxi medallion, simply a license to operate a taxi cab, is $477,000. That is an amazing sum, but certainly understandable by the law of supply and demand.

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Sarah Brodsky on May 29, 2007

An editorial in the Joplin Globe titled "Good Use of Incentives" praises the proposed Missouri Quality Jobs Act:

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Sarah Brodsky on May 29, 2007

There's a great column in the Post-Dispatch today about the midwife legislation:

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Eric D. Dixon on May 25, 2007

An editorial in today's Post-Dispatch says:

Commentary / Op-Eds
By David Stokes on May 25, 2007

I highly recommend Bryan Burwell's column in today's Post regarding the ludicrous lawsuit filed by the Hancock family over the death of their son.

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