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Cleaver Speaks on Area Housing

PLEASANT HILL, OCTOBER 20, 2018 – In Blue Springs newspaper The Examiner, candidate Cleaver expressed, “concerns about the increasing cost of living in the district. He called a lack of affordable housing ‘a major crisis,’ contending that the minimum price… Continue Reading →

Cleaver’s Wages Garnished by Jackson County Court

LEE’S SUMMIT, AUGUST 20, 2014 – Interestingly few media sites covered the story back on February 18, 2014 of this year. The lead in the few that did cover it is as follows: “The Jackson County court clerk issued a… Continue Reading →

Missouri HR918 – Freedom to Choose Trash Collection Services Act

Lee’s Summit, April 6, 2011 – Representative Sheila Solon (MO-55) introduced a bill which requires voter approval of any contract with a single-source provider of trash collection in certain cities, towns and villages.  The bill has been read twice and… Continue Reading →

We The People Need to Send a Clear Message with our Votes

April 30, 2010 – Shanghai China – The time to sit idly by is truly over.  We The People of these United States need to let our government know; peacefully, honorably, and respectfully that we do not wish to have… Continue Reading →

Cleaver (D-MO) Responds to "Vote No on Health Care"

In response to the earlier letter I posted to Representative Emanuel Cleaver (Vote No On Health Care) Here is the response. I challenge you to read the original Blog and then compare it to the response. I think what you’ll… Continue Reading →

Funny, if it wasn’t so sad and so important

If this wasn’t real life, I’d say this was the funniest thing I’ve read all year. Alan Grayson, Democrat Representative from Florida makes the following statement on the floor of the House of Representatives “…The Republican Health Care Plan: Die… Continue Reading →

Ah the good old days

It was a time for hope, it was a time for joy, it was a time for rejuvenation, and it was a time for community building. The problem is that on January 20, 2009 we put into office all the… Continue Reading →

Time for a change in GOP Leadership

There’s been a good start, with Congressmen Roy Blunt and Adam Putman’s resignations from their leadership position in the Republican Party. If conservatives are not going to hold themselves accountable, then they are not conservatives. The failures since the 2006… 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 →

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