The wonderful death of a horrible GOP health care plan Friday has two big connections to Govs. Sam Brownback in Kansas and Eric Greitens in Missouri.
As with most politicians, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens should be judged on what he actually does, not what he says he will do.
A new source of untraceable cash has been set up to fund a nonprofit called A New Missouri to help Gov. Eric Greitens hide from the media. Oops, I mean to promote his agenda for the Show Me State.
Eric Greitens has gotten one big thing right early on about being Missouri’s governor. He’s been out and about among the people — talking to law enforcement, cleaning up a damaged Jewish cemetery, visiting storm-damaged areas.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens this week did a good job promoting a cleanup of a vandalized Jewish cemetery near St. Louis. Then he rained a bit on his own parade. Continue reading
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is finding out that running from the media and retreating to his Facebook bubble has consequences.
Four months ago, a Yael on the Trail blog sounded like a lot of fun.
The budget unveiled by Gov. Eric Greitens includes an unconscionable attack on disabled Missourians. The General Assembly should reject this idea.
The problem with being a Debbie Downer in politics is sometimes you don’t want to acknowledge what’s really going on if you didn’t cause it to happen. Consider new Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens.
Last March, Jay Ashcroft was running for Missouri secretary of state, claiming he heartily supported strong ethical behavior in Jefferson City.