Secretary of State Jason Kander had an interesting observation when he announced his proposal to restrict special interest money in government and politics. “It’s easy for politicians to vilify lobbyists,” he said.
That question is at the center of the Missouri legislature’s decision to offer up to $1.7 billion in state tax dollars to entice Boeing to expand in Missouri.
Without that change, Jay Nixon might not have had a chance at what could be one of his greatest governmental achievements — attracting Boeing to make one the biggest industrial investments in Missouri history.
They arrived at Fenway Park this afternoon, via police escort in a pair of buses from the team hotel. Red Sox fans, halted by security as the team went by, craned their necks and snapped photos of the National League champions entering this historic ballpark on Yawkey Way.
Let’s compare the 2013 Cardinals to the 2013 Red Sox position-by-position and see what we can come up with…
While Ted Bishop respects the USGA’s decision and appreciates the governing body’s willingness to listen to the PGA of America before the ruling, he is not shy about expressing his disappointment.
Every two years around this time, statehouse folks anxiously awaited release of the manual by the Secretary of State.
The NCAA just sent Penn State back to the Stone Age with the punishments handed down today and a lot of people are happy about it. People wanted to see Penn State pay and they got their wish… But they’re wrong.
As events unfolded this weekend at the AT&T National in Washington, D.C., you might expect an obligatory treatise on Tiger being back.
St. Louis’ lone entry in the field at the U.S. Open, Scott Langley, faces an uphill battle to get to the weekend at Olympic.