"Real change, one progressive idea at a time," is the motto for this blog, which covers positive developments in the realm of government, healthcare, civil rights, and more.
This independent blog was honored as the best political blog in the 2012 RFT St. Louis Web Awards for it's quality of reporting and steadfast non-partisanship.
The St. Louis Activist Hub is what the name implies: a home for those with strong and differing opinions on politics in Missouri to converge together and share their viewpoints on current issues.
If you're looking for local election coverage, make this site one of your first clicks. It's a source for issues and elections from three local media organizations: Nine Network of Public Media, St. Louis Beacon, and St. Louis Public Radio.
The local chapter of this outspoken political group posts frequently, often multiple times a day, with their take on the local and national political landscape.
This liberal blog was started by former Senator Jean Carnahan and political analyst Roy Temple to "turn up the heat on political injustice."
We'd be remiss not to mention STLToday.com's uber-popular politics blog, which not only offers the latest scoop on local politics, but also offers the in-depth reporting you don't always see in personal political blogs.
8. John Combest
Fan of the Drudge Report? John Combest's self-titled blog is formatted similarly, with dozens of links to the day's top political news, all in one place.
The official blog of the Show-Me Institute, Show-Me-Daily offers commentary and proposals on economic policy from the popular think tank.
10. Reboot Congress
This conservative videographer takes on the issues with well-produced video interviews along with insightful blog posts on the latest in Missouri politics.