Todd Akin Voted to End Head Start the Same Year he Voted to Increase His Salary | Fired Up! Missouri -
Sen. McCaskill is showcasing the fact that Akin was one of only 36 members who opposed the Head Start Funding Bill which passed 381-36. However, that’s not the worst of it.
Common ground and common sense on reducing abortions | St. Louis Post-Dispatch -
A five-year study in St. Louis, in which more than 9,250 women ages 14 to 45 were given free birth-control options and family-planning education, showed that women who have access to affordable contraception rarely have unintended pregnancies.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch endorses President Obama for re-election | Occasional Planet -
In a very thoughtful, eloquent and balanced editorial published on Sunday, October 7, 2012, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch called for voters to re-elect President Obama on Nov. 6.
Are the STLPD Using City Officers to Investigate Online Piracy? | Punching Kitty -
According to a report from Ars Technica, St. Louis has received a grant from the federal government with the goal of using city officers to investigate online piracy.
A breakdown of the most recent Obama versus Romney polls | Ryan Witt, Examiner -
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has made large gains against President Obama in the polls released since the first presidential debate.
Dave Spence (r): corporate downsizing | Show Me Progress -
We miss the campaign land yacht. Spotted in a parking lot in west central Missouri. “Honk for more TARP bailout money for banks” must have already been taken.
Sinquefield's hefty donations keep him atop of Power Players list | St. Louis Beacon -
The retired financer emerged as Missouri’s top contributor to political candidates and causes during the current campaign season, according to an analysis of state and federal donations.
St. Louis ranks in middle of pack for economic vitality | St. Louis Business Journal -
The St. Louis metro area ranked 49th out of 102 metro areas on the On Numbers Economic Index for October, a new index that measures relative economic vitality.
For Families Of Medicare Recipients, Insurance Choices Are Tricky | St. Louis Public Radio -
When a spouse or parent signs up for Medicare, it is often perplexing — and unnerving — for the rest of the family who may have grown used to cushy employer-sponsored coverage.
Colorado Schools Will Cut Carbon Emissions Dramatically with Solar | Sustainablog -
SolarCity announced on October 1st that it is going to install more than 5,000 solar panels on 14 schools across the Boulder Valley School District (BVSD), already one of the ‘greenest’ school districts in the country.
Reaching The O’fallon Park Recreation Center | Urban Review STL -
Many residents using the new facility, as well as YMCA/Herbert Hoover staff, will drive there.
After death, new Missouri law protects utility workers | People's World -
A new utility workers protection law, passed in Missouri thanks to a staunch unionist in the legislature and signed in mid-September by Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon, could become a model for other such legislation nationally.
Countdown: Election Day is in 21 days | Missouri Democratic Party -
Election Day is in 21 days and you have until Wednesday to register to vote!
Dr. Todd Akin Speaks On Abortion | The Impudent Observer -
I recognize that members of the Democratic Party are in allegiance with the Devil so let me suggest those people cease reading this article.