Rage Against the Machine was poised to take the reins of rock when the band delivered The Battle of Los Angeles on November 2, 1999. The band's third studio album burned with unbridled rebellion fueled by Zack de la Rocha's radical rhymes and Tom Morello's experimental mastery on guitar. The vanguar ... More >>
Like it or not, Pharell Williams' "Happy" is likely to be the top-selling single of 2014. And yes, its buoyant '60s soul vibe and simple, positive message is modern pop perfection. But scanning the rest of this year's biggest hits, one is struck by a consistent theme: All of these songs are distinct ... More >>
Here is the biggest bombshell to emerge from Saturday's regional Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC): Rick Santorum was the hippest, most media-savvy speaker in the room. This was not at all obvious during his 2012 Presidential campaign. But, speaking in St. Charles at a conference who ... More >>
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill is making national headlines again, and this time it's not over her "War on Men" or her very early support for Hillary Clinton. Yesterday at a Senate hearing, the Missouri Democrat revealed that the contracting firm which conducted a security clearance background che ... More >>
When Alan Lamberg told Jeremy Cropf he had written a screenplay for a political thriller about a serial killer who was targeting war profiteers, Cropf, then a film student at New York University, was intrigued. "It was a moral quandary," he says now. "A guy committing awful crimes against victims w ... More >>
Big Brother lives in Arnold, MOThe investigative report "Top Secret America" published early last week by The Washington Post offers a startling peak into the mysterious world inhabited Big Brother. The authors describe how the NSA intercepts billions of phone calls, emails and text messages each ... More >>
A cadre of Missourians stand at the vanguard of the 9/11 "truth movement." Just don't call them conspiracy theorists.
Vets call on the military's top brass not to fight