An interesting political article in today's New York Times pinpoints incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill as a potential casualty this November if President Obama continues to campaign on an anti-Congress platform.
Experts say the oft-deadlocked Congress of last year is a fair target for President Obama ... More >>
Can she bring her party out of the doldrums?One month after Missouri's Democratic candidates suffered a series of bruising defeats in the midterm elections, the party swiftly moved to make a change at the helm. Out as party chairman is Craig Hosmer, who held the post for two years. In his p ... More >>
Robin Carnahan wasted no time going after her Republican opponent, Roy Blunt, in the first face-off between the two candidates yesterday. Sporting an aqua-marine blouse, Carnahan leaned on the dais during her two-minute opening statement and blasted Blunt with allegations made in her campaign ads ... More >>
Senatorial hopefuls Robin Carnahan and Roy Blunt will square off tonight in Kansas City and again tomorrow at Lake of the Go Carts. Only tonight's debate will be televised -- 9 p.m. on KETC Channel 9.So, what to look for in tonight's debate? Political blogger John Combest has a few ideas. This mo ... More >>
edmartinforcongress.comThis morning Ed Martin fired off a statement of his own, defending the allegations he made this week that Obama and Congressman Russ Carnahan are covertly working to deny Americans the chance to discover God. Martin's response comes after he was ridiculed last night on MSNB ... More >>
Cindy Sheehan today in St. Louis.The image most of us conjure when the name Cindy Sheehan surfaces is that of an enervated woman standing in the summer swelter on the side of the road, a few miles from George W. Bush's ranch near Crawford, Texas.
Sheehan's four-week long vigi ... More >>