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Life Long Fight Against Depression Takes Learning and Courage

AUGUST 14, 2014 LEE’S SUMMIT – Living takes courage and it takes the ability to learn every day and apply your learning. This week two people we all at least heard of had their lives come to an end: One… Continue Reading →

JACOB TURK RESOUNDING PRIMARY VICTORY

News release by: Donna Turk, Turk for Congress Sets sights on Emanuel Cleaver in November’s General Election “My wife Donna and I are grateful for all those who worked so hard to win this primary with resounding success, giving generously… Continue Reading →

Election Cycle Guest Authors being Accepted

LEE’S SUMMIT, AUGUST 7, 2014 – It is the practice of this blog to allow candidates to submit news releases that will be put on the blog as written. It is also the practice of this blog that the News… Continue Reading →

Race for US House of Representatives for Missouri 5th District Cleaver and Turk Again

LEE’S SUMMIT, AUGUST 5, 2014 – In 91 days voters will head to the polls again and have to answer the question, Cleaver or Turk to represent them in the 5th Congressional district. Some believe that Jacob Turk is Emanuel… Continue Reading →

Who is Running for US Representative 5th District?

Lee’s Summit, July 30, 2014 – As the Primaries approach here is a list of who is running for Emanuel Cleaver’s 5th District Seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. This blog post is designed to give you quick access… Continue Reading →

Tuesday Night’s Primaries

Lee’s Summit, June 25, 2014 – The Tea Party and the Republican Party squared off in the June 24th run-off between incumbent Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran and Challenger Chris McDaniel. The result – according to the headlines – a sound… Continue Reading →

Futbol Is So Frustrating It Makes It So Unique and Fun to Watch

LEE’S SUMMIT, JUNE 23, 2014 – In the world of soccer (futbol for me) there are certain constants, just like in every other sport: 1 – Good Team Lose Great games 2 – Good Teams find a way to win… Continue Reading →

IRS Would Be Shut Down if it were a Private Entity

Lee’s Summit, June 20, 2014 – The Sarbanes – Oxley Act, SEC 17CFR, pay careful attention to section 210.2-06 which requires that work papers and other documents that form the basis of an audit or review, including memos, correspondence and… Continue Reading →

Fallacy of Savings

Adobe released their new Creative Cloud 2014 software today, using subscription based service. One of the draws to the software is that there is no large one-time fee associated with it. Rather, as long as you pay, you get the… Continue Reading →

What’s In a Name?

The Washington Redskins have had their trademark revoked. Ironically, this isn’t the first time this has happened, in 1999 the same procedure went through and was overturned years later. However, Senator Harry Reid, seemingly forgetting this, has said “The writing… Continue Reading →

U.S. and Iran May Work Together

Iraq has been at war for most of the past 30 years starting with the Iran-Iraq War in the 1980s. It is unfortunate, that after a nearly decade long war, Iraq is once again under siege. This time however, Iran… Continue Reading →

Immigration Is Still a Thorny Issue

Lee’s Summit, June 17, 2014 – Immigration to the United States is often the greatest hope for many living outside our borders, and in many cases it is their last hope to give the next generation a chance to do… Continue Reading →

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