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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 →

Primary Season Starts January 3rd in Iowa.

Lee’s Summit, December 27, 2011 – After 8 months of Republican Debates and a number of casualties between then and now the GOP Candidates are making their final push for Iowa.  According to the latest analysis by Real Clear Politics… Continue Reading →

Newt Gingrich; Next Media Target

LEE’S SUMMIT, December 5, 2011 – Now that the upstart Herman Cain has been taken care of, the spotlight moves to a much more colorful target – Newt Gingrich.  This should be very easy, after all he has many years… Continue Reading →

Herman Cain Suspends Presidential Campaign

LEE’S SUMMIT, December 4, 2011 – Herman Cain announced yesterday what many knew was coming and the rest of hoped he would not do: Suspended his Presidential Campaign.  The unceasing attacks on his sexual indiscretions whether true or not finally… Continue Reading →

Lee’s Summit Improved Snow Clearance and New Technology

The City of Lee’s Summit has changed the designation of 3 previously defined “residential” streets to “secondary” routes (i.e., Bridlewood Drive, Winterpark Blvd, and Forest Park Blvd).  This will reduce the clearance time from 32.5 hours after precipitation ends to… Continue Reading →

Electability of GOP Candidates

LEE’S SUMMIT,  November 16, 2011 – The most common comment I hear from a friend of mine (CFO at the company I work for) is that “…they [whomever I’m speaking about] are not electable…” and today I read a great… Continue Reading →

A Day Worth Celebrating

November 9, 2011 – State Senator Will Kraus: Guest Column – Using the word “celebrate” in relation to Veterans Day has seemed a stretch to me. When we think of celebrating, we think of gathering in joy and in happiness… Continue Reading →

Special Election in Jackson County

UPDATE: November 7, 2011: Polling places and sample ballot available at the Jackson County Election Board Courtesy of Senator Will Kraus (MO – 8):  Jackson County is holding a special election next Tuesday, November 8, 2011, to vote on the… Continue Reading →

Fiscal Reality versus Political Need; The Truth about Obama’s Jobs Bill

LEE’S SUMMIT, October 26, 2011 – Last week every station carried Vice President Biden’s plea to pass the $35 Billion pared back jobs bill to put “teachers, firefighters and policemen back to work”.  Vice President Biden tried his best to… Continue Reading →

Student Loans; Starts Your Dependency

LEE’S SUMMIT, October 27, 2011 – In 1981 I graduated college with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, and had outstanding loans of nearly eight thousand dollars.  During college I worked selling paneling, Sears fences, door-to-door fire detector sales,… Continue Reading →

Perry’s Flat Tax – Optional

LEE’S SUMMIT, October 25, 2011 – Governor Rick Perry introduced his flat tax option with great props but a strong lack of conviction.  If you believe in a Flat Tax, as Steve Forbes did, you push it completely take your… Continue Reading →

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