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Sarah Reichardt

Citizen based in St. Louis, MO, United States. Joined on Jul 9, 2009

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Op-Ed: A Blatant Assault On Free Speech

The argument that "change for the sake of change is not necessarily a good thing" and that "change can be both good or bad" is beginning to take on a whole new meaning in light of recent assaults on our freedom of speech.

Japan Brewers Seek Competitive Edge with Merger

As St. Louis marked the one-year anniversary of the AB-InBev merger announcement Tuesday, two Japanese brewers sent the market buzzing by confirming merger talks of their own.

Stock Market Gains Momentum

The Dow Jones industrials swung back early Thursday, rising above 9,000 for the first time since early this year. The gains were in reaction to a host of reportedly positive economic indicators.

Charitable Giving a Thing of the Past?

When the economy tanks, luxury goods and services often bear the biggest brunt of frugal consumers. Another casualty of hard economic times, though sometimes overlooked, is charitable giving.

Pelosi Asserts Confidence on Health Care Vote

The House is poised to pass the largely-debated health care bill despite recent opposition, according to House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi.

Op-Ed: America's Young Republicans Divided and Conquered

The Young Republican National Federation met in Indianapolis last week to elect a new Chairman amidst heavy controversy and disagreement.

All-Star Game a Home Run for St. Louis

President Obama took a break from politics Tuesday evening to participate in America’s favorite pastime. All eyes were on Mr. Obama as he became only the fifth president to throw the first-pitch at the 2009 MLB All-Star game in St Louis.

Op-Ed: When Rhetoric Fails

Eloquence is sometimes not enough when reality disproves your claims. Despite worsening unemployment figures, President Obama expressed continued confidence in the stimulus plan in his weekly radio address Saturday.

St Louis Debates Public Smoking Ban at Third Hearing

ST LOUIS- Will the Gateway to the West finally join the list of 40 of the most populated US cities currently outlawing the use of cigarettes in enclosed public places?
 

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