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The 2010 Election Cycle is Upon Us: Time to Think!

Today I was working around the house and I was reminded that the 2010 Election cycle is upon us.  I had the pleasure of chatting with Will Kraus running for State Senate for the 8th Senate District of Missouri.  A… Continue Reading →

Lay-Away is back! Health Care Lay-Away – Government Style

I’ve been listening over the last few weeks as the debate over the healthcare bill continues to rage. I’ve tried to sit back and look at it from a different point of view. I even spoke at length to a… Continue Reading →

Einstein said, “Continue to do the same and expect a different result; that’s the definition of insanity.”

In this blog I’ve cited why I thought at the time that the bail out idea for the Automotive industry was a bad Idea. I also spent countless hours focused on the original bailout plan pointing out to Congressman Emanuel… Continue Reading →

The Automotive Bailout: the good, the bad and the ugly.

Let us start this opinion piece from the bottom up. The Ugly:The House of Representatives and the Senate are getting involved in the bailout and most involved are spending more time figuring out how to get the votes, how to… Continue Reading →

Letter from Emanuel Cleaver, II; Member of Congress

As I have done with the letters from Kit Bond, and Claire McCaskill I’m going to post the response from Representative Emanuel Cleaver, II regarding the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. The first part of this BLOG will be… Continue Reading →

Senator Kip Bond (R-MO) Responds

The letter below from Senator Kip Bond actually makes me more concerned about the people we have in Washington, and the supposed CONSERVATIVES that are elected by the Republican party. Let me point out the things I take issue with… Continue Reading →

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