Picking on Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens for being a world-class hypocrite has become easier and more accurate than ever this week.
As it turns out, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens can’t use Facebook to get the General Assembly to do what he wants.
Gov. Eric Greitens’ first legislative session ended Friday with a bang on his priorities to trash workers’ rights and protect businesses’ bottom lines — but with a whimper to reform ethics in Missouri government.
A comedy of errors ramped up this week in Jefferson City, where Gov. Eric Greitens and the GOP-controlled General Assembly are stumbling toward adjournment May 12. Maybe.
No wonder Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens tries to avoid talking to the press. When he did it Monday, Greitens got caught blatantly trying to mislead the public on two major issues.
This has not been a good week for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens.
Gov. Eric Greitens and Republican leaders of the General Assembly will go through the motions a few more weeks on ethics reform. Prediction: Nothing major will happen.
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.