Reprinted with permission of the Columbia Missourian Wednesday, October 30, 2013 | 6:00 a.m. CDT BY DAVID ROSMAN It was interesting. I typed “Demise of the GOP” into my search engine and, lo and behold, I found articles written by … Continue reading
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Reprinted with permission by the Columbia Missourian. I did something a bit different here; I included the comments made in the paper since yesterday’s publishing, including my rebuttal. I thought they deserved to be read by my “other readers.” Oh, … Continue reading
It cost money to send us all a refund check, there are better better way to use the budget surplus… Reprinted with permission by the Columbia Missourian. Wednesday, July 24, 2013 | 6:00 a.m. CDT; updated 11:48 p.m. CDT, Wednesday, … Continue reading
Yes, this is a bit biographical, but I am not the only “older” American looking for a job in this economy. And with the frustration of being unemployed comes a greater expense to the society above extended unemployment insurance, food … Continue reading
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Over the last month most of the columns I have written for the Columbia Missourian have concerned gun control. The silliness of those who believe that the way you solve America’s gun violence problem is to add more guns. That … Continue reading
For those of you who do not subscribe to the Columbia Missourian or missed Thursday’s commentary, here it is. Reprinted with permission. Wednesday, May 1, 2013 | 6:00 a.m. CDT BY DAVID ROSMAN George Kennedy’s April 26 Missourian column was pointed … Continue reading
HB 700 is Designed to Hurt Missourians Please take a few moments to read the summary of 2013 HB 700, as introduced by Rep. Jay Barnes (R-Jefferson City). Take a few more minutes to read the entire bill. In short, … Continue reading
I am a rhetorician – one who applies, studies and teaches language skills. On March 20, I wrote a column for the Columbia Missourian concerning Missouri’s legislators rejecting the officer of the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid Extension that would add … Continue reading
The “Nones.” 20 percent of the voting population and forgotten by the election process. Our national focus concerning the importance of religion in politics has reached the apex of irresponsibility on the part of the electorate, the candidates and the … Continue reading
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It is the time that the world took note of the hypocrisy in American politics. While the U.S. is becoming less enamored with religion, the religious-right is becoming more powerful in our political arena. But first some background. The Pew … Continue reading