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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 →

KCMSD Unaccredited: The Effect on 8th Senate District Schools

Senator Kraus’ Capitol Report: Last month, the state of Missouri removed accreditation from the Kansas City Missouri School District (KCMSD). It is important to note that the KCMSD serves only 17,000 children, a small portion of the city as a… 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 →

Zogby Poll Shows Cain Beats Obama and Leads GOP

LEE’S SUMMIT, October 7, 2011 – The latest tracking Zogby poll shows Cain taking the lead among GOP candidates by 20 percentage points over nearest competitor Mitt Romney – who once again falls to 2nd place.  On a flat line… Continue Reading →

NLRB Wrongly Interfering with Boeing

LEE’S SUMMIT, September 14, 2011 – Boeing, unlike General Motors, Chrysler, and Ford is truly representing Management’s side in the Union negotiations that led to the decision to put the new 787 Dreamliner production in South Carolina.  It is the… Continue Reading →

American Jobs Act, the Speech

LEE’S SUMMIT, September 9, 2011 – The President of the United States spoke for 34 minutes last night in front of a Joint Session of Congress, outlining his long awaited jobs plan.  The Whitehouse put out a bullet point of… Continue Reading →

Single Hauler Conversation with Whitley, Gray and Hoffman

LEE’S SUMMIT, September 7, 2011 – Last Thursday, September 1, 2011, after the City Council meeting, as local kids played in the water jets outside city hall, I was granted to opportunity to speak with Councilpersons Whitley, Gray, and Hofmann… Continue Reading →

Remembering 9/11 – Senator Kraus Guest Column

Ten years ago, the United States of America suffered perhaps the most devastating blow in our nation’s history.  Wars have been larger and more lives have been lost, but on the morning of September 11, 2001, our sense of safety… Continue Reading →

Missouri State Auditor Files Law Suit

LEE’S SUMMIT – August 30, 2011:  Tom Schweich, the Missouri State Auditor filed a law suit against Governor Nixon according to the Missouri State Auditor website (http://www.auditor.mo.gov/). It states, “ State Auditor Tom Schweich announced today his office has filed… Continue Reading →

Rating Agencies: Conflict of Interest

LEE’S SUMMIT, July 26, 2011 – The Investment Rating Companies like Standards & Poor and Moody’s need to stay out of the political fray and keep their comments regarding the debt ceiling debate to themselves.  S&P walked away from a… Continue Reading →

What do you think about Lee’s Summit?

The City of Lee’s Summit has partnered with North Star Destination Strategies to develop a community “Brand” for marketing the community to visitors, residents and businesses. Toward this end, North Star developed a customized Lee’s Summit Community Survey.  The questionnaire… Continue Reading →

Obama Administration Backpedals on Social Security Scare

LEE’S SUMMIT, July 14, 2011 – The Obama administration is trying hard to walk away from President Obama’s comments on CBS with Scott Pelley, where he said: Mr. Obama: I cannot guarantee that those checks go out on August 3rd… Continue Reading →

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