12Jun

From last week. Today is the day…

From last week. Today is the day…Mayor’s Office: Confederate Monument Coming Down Next WeekSpokesman: disassembling to begin “in earnest” week of 6/12

“Gov. Eric Greitens has spent less than six months in his new job, so it would be unfair to expect major results from his promises to boost the state’s dismal employment and wage picture. But it is fair to expect him not to lead the state in the opposite direction. Instead of creating jobs or even stabilizing employment, Greitens has made things worse for Missouri workers.

Meanwhile, the St. Louis area has seen its job picture worsen considerably. As the Post-Dispatch’s David Nicklaus reports, the area lost 13,900 jobs in March and April. Statistics show an overall increase in jobs from this time in 2016, but on Greitens’ watch, they’ve plummeted.

Greitens promised not just jobs but better wages. Awaiting his signature is a bill from the regular legislative session, House Bill 1194, that would kill prospects for better wages in Missouri’s two big urban centers — St. Louis and Kansas City.”

Here’s a thought, support workers the way you support police…

Editorial: Governor promised jobs and wages. He’s delivering the opposite.

Gov. Eric Greitens’ has spent only six months in his new job, so it’s probably unfair to expect major results from his promises to boost the state’s dismal employment and

12Jun

See how they lie? <br><br>”The union representing St. Louis police officers has begun running a campaign designed to scare city voters — suggesting in media interviews and paid Facebook ads that the city faces a “dire” staffing shortage.<br><br>The only problem? It’s just not true.”

See how they lie?

“The union representing St. Louis police officers has begun running a campaign designed to scare city voters — suggesting in media interviews and paid Facebook ads that the city faces a “dire” staffing shortage.

The only problem? It’s just not true.”

St. Louis Does Not Have a ‘Dire’ Police Shortage. Not Even Close

The union representing St. Louis police officers has begun running a campaign designed to scare city voters — suggesting in media interviews and paid Facebook…