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I’m a Doctor, Not a Miracle Worker: ‘Clean repeal is dead’

Biased Fact Checking is not Helpful to Anyone

LEE’S SUMMIT, AUGUST 9, 2016 – I cannot believe how erroneous the most recent fact check done by NBCnews and PolitiFact (click here for the full article). CLAIM: “Obamacare will cost the economy 2 million full-time jobs over the next… Continue Reading →

The Selection of a President: Look for Their Social View of Government

LEE’S SUMMIT, FEBRUARY 12, 2016 – This is the second in a four-part series that revisits an article I wrote in 2008, the first week of this blog. I put down my thoughts on how I was going to select… Continue Reading →

Do Government Agencies Answer To Voters?

LEE’S SUMMIT, DECEMBER 20, 2013 – A few weeks ago, with the Affordable Care Act debacle (Obamacare as is the vernacular) , my wife and I were discussing why I’m so against the idea of Health and Human Services running… Continue Reading →

Mitt’s Moral Duty to the 47 Percent

{Editor’s Note: I’d like to welcome Evelyn Robinson to our group of Guest Authors.  She brings a different perspective to the blog.  Her writing skills and research skills are very good and she will be dropping in from time to… Continue Reading →

Lager Supports Amendment 2 Protecting Missourians’ Religious Liberties and Right to Pray

SAVANNAH, MO; JULY 25, 2012—Today Brad Lager, Republican candidate for Lt. Governor, announced his support for Amendment 2, which will appear on the August 7th primary ballot.  Amendment 2 would bolster the following protections in Missouri’s Constitution and ensure: That… Continue Reading →

State Senator Lager Calls Upon Governor Nixon to Call Special Session to Opt-out of Federal Healthcare Law

JEFFERSON CITY, July 5, 2012 – State Senator Brad Lager, a candidate for Lt. Governor, announced today that he has sent a letter to Governor Nixon, calling upon him to convene a special session of the Missouri General Assembly, so… Continue Reading →

Taxing You For Not Doing Something – Is That Right?

LEE’S SUMMIT, JULY 7, 2012 – The effect of Chief Justice Roberts’ opinion will go much further than simply changing the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a., Obamacare) penalty to a tax: Yes, it is a tax. From the Roberts Opinion “[A]ccording… Continue Reading →

If at first you don’t succeed…

LEE’S SUMMIT, October 24, 2011 – The old saying is, if you at first you don’t succeed, try and try again:  Understood within that saying is that you learn from your failure and then try something new.  Yet the more… Continue Reading →

Romney, Cain Strong Showing at Republican Debate

LEE’S SUMMIT, October 11, 2011 – Mitt Romney and Herman Cain had a strong showing in tonight’s Bloomberg /Washington Post debate held in New Hampshire.  Romney’s polished speaking style and economy based questions gave him a good forum to show… Continue Reading →

To Represent, or Not, That is the Question After Emanuel Cleavers Answer

Lee’s Summit, August 16, 2010 – Today I received a response from Representative Emanuel Cleaver.  In reading my letter to him and his response I get the feeling that these two are not part of a written conversation, but rather… Continue Reading →

From MO. Rep Will Kraus, Propocition C

A number of people have contacted my office asking about Proposition C, the question on health care that will be on the ballot next Tuesday, August 3, in the upcoming primary election.  Next Tuesday, you will have the chance to… Continue Reading →

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