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Increasing the Reach of The Lee’s Summit Conservative

Lee’s Summit, June 10, 2010 – Ever since January of this year I’ve been thinking that The Lee’s Summit Conservative needs to grow and expand to reach more people.  The Blogspot has served me well since 2008 but it may… Continue Reading →

Missouri House Rejects Salary Increases

Will Kraus, a very energetic representative from Missouri’s 48th District, Vice Chair of the Utilities Committee, Vice Chair of the Health Care Policy Committee, and a Member of the Job Creation and Economic Development committees as well as Real I.D…. Continue Reading →

A Tale of Two Stories (Human and Political)

Tuesday, January 20 2009 is a date that will be remembered as a truly historical date in the United States and by reference the rest of the world. Barack Husain Obama received the oath of office for President of the… Continue Reading →

Chambliss Wins, Palin Delivers!

CNN announced tonight that Republican Saxby Chambliss won his run-off election. This makes Chambliss the 41st senator for the Republican Party. The run-off election was far more important to the conservative movement than the 41st GOP Senator. This was the… Continue Reading →

GOP Leadership Fight Will Soon Reach A Crescendo

The GOP is about to select the leadership that will take us into the 2010 election cycle and the big question in my mind is this: Do they know what they are doing? Senate:Minority Leader: Mitch McConnel (R-KY)Minority Whip: John… Continue Reading →

Conservatives Please Pay Attention and Learn from Obama

It has been an interesting first week since the election of Senator Barrack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. The Electoral College map shows 365 votes for Obama/Biden and 162 for McCain/Pailin with Missouri not fully resolved… Continue Reading →

Future of the Conservative Movement

Between now and 2010 the leadership of the Conservative movement is going to have to define what the Conservative movement is all about. This is a very difficult task, one that the GOP could not do for many years leading… Continue Reading →

2012 – The Year for Sarah Palin

It will take some time to truly evaluate how the new president will do, how the economy will react to increased taxes, and to the other loads placed upon it not only by the Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae debacle… Continue Reading →

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