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Missouri’s Presidential Vote

February 2, 2012 – Missouri will have two chances this year to affect the presidential race, but, up until now, the controversy surrounding how we got to this point has overshadowed the race itself. Keep in mind that state races… Continue Reading →

TURK SURPASSES 100,000 DOLLARS

Shows Grassroots Strength As Well As Financial Momentum Kansas City, Missouri- Today Jacob Turk, Republican candidate for Missouri’s 5th district announced that he filed his FEC report showing that he has raised $114,964 as of the filing deadline of 12/31/11…. Continue Reading →

Florida Winner Take All Goes to Romney

LEE’S SUMMIT, JANUARY 31, 2012 – The Florida polls closed and as is often the case the Networks and their statisticians and pollsters were able to call the race rather quickly.   The election with 80% of the precincts reporting has… Continue Reading →

America: What is happening to Thee?

LEE’S SUMMIT, JANUARY 28, 2012 – Rasmussen reports that Fifty-five percent of likely voters agree with the president that wealthy Americans should pay “at least” 30% of their income in federal taxes.  To be fair, forty-nine percent of likely voters… Continue Reading →

Toll Roads; in Missouri

There are lots of discussions in Jefferson City about turning parts of I-70 into a toll road. While I am open to the concept of toll roads in Missouri, and while I acknowledge the need for I-70 to be completely… Continue Reading →

Wagner calls President’s speech long on “rhetoric” and short on “results”

Ballwin, January 24, 2012 – Ann Wagner, Republican candidate for Congress in Missouri’s 2nd Congressional District, commented on President Obama’s State of the Union address: “Speeches are nice – but unfortunately, as President and Commander in Chief, those words ring hollow… Continue Reading →

Jacob Turk’s Response To The President’s State Of The Union

January 24, 2012 – “The President has had 3 years to grow the economy and put people back to work.  Unemployment has been above 8% for 35 months.  It is much higher among African-Americans.  This is not acceptable.  Employers are… Continue Reading →

Gingrich Wins South Carolina

Lee’s Summit, January 22, 2012 – Yesterday Newt Gingrich scored his first victory of the primary season with an impressive 40.4% to Mitt Romney’s 27.8%, with Santorum taking 3rd place, and Ron Paul bringing up the rear. Pollsters had Gingrich… Continue Reading →

The Cost of Illegal Immigration

The following is a statement from Sen. Will Kraus, Republican state senator serving Eastern Jackson County, regarding current legislation, SB 473 and SB 590, in the General Assembly pertaining to illegal immigration in Missouri: “During the 2011 legislative session, I… Continue Reading →

Huckabee Headed to St. Louis to Support Ann Wagner for Congress

Guest Column Ballwin – After eight months of endorsements from prominent conservatives, record breaking fundraising numbers and enthusiastic grassroots support, Ann Wagner is kicking off 2012 in a big way. Wagner’s campaign today announced a Grassroots Rally to take place… Continue Reading →

Iowa Caucuses Start the Process

Lee’s Summit, January 4, 2012 – The first stop in the 50 State battle for the nomination of the GOP was all that it promised to be.  Santorum and Romney in a dead heat at 25% each, Ron Paul with… Continue Reading →

Family Budget – 2012 Primaries

Lee’s Summit, December 28, 2011 – Family budgeting is critical for the 2012 election.  People all over the country are looking for ways to improve their own budget – some very aggressively, others quietly behind the scenes; but the fact… Continue Reading →

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