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Joint Committee on Government Accountability

By Senator Will Kraus; Jefferson City, December 19, 2014 – Last week, the Joint Committee on Government Accountability met to organize and prepare to look into the state’s response to the events in Ferguson, Mo., and the surrounding area. As… Continue Reading →

Todd Akin To Have Prayer Vigil To Decide His Political Immediate Future

LEE’S SUMMIT, AUGUST 20, 2012 – According to Human Events, a conservative voice on the blogosphere, Todd Akin will be holding a prayer vigil tonight to decide his future.  This after an unforced error on one of the most common… Continue Reading →

Rep. Gary Cross Switches Support to Steelman

BREAKING NEWS!  Sarah Steelman’s U.S. Senate campaign picked up an additional important endorsement today from state Representative Gary L. Cross (R-48). Cross, whose district includes parts of Kansas City and Lee’s Summit, had previously been supporting candidate John Brunner. “Few… Continue Reading →

Where’s Claire McCaskill on Obama’s Proposed Tax Hikes?

Rolla, MO – The Bush tax cuts are set to expire at the end of this year and a failure to extend them will result in a massive tax increase. President Obama has proposed extending the tax cuts only for… Continue Reading →

Missouri Primaries August 7, 2012: Senate Race

LEE’S SUMMIT, JULY 15, 2012 – Last week I covered the Congressional race.  This week I’m covering the Senate race just to give you an idea of the candidates, and to help you get started on your own research prior… Continue Reading →

Busy Time of the Year

I hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and were able to spend time with family and friends. I am reminded to be thankful year-round for the many blessings we enjoy as free citizens in this great country. It is… Continue Reading →

Insider trading legal – if you’re in the US Government

LEE’S SUMMIT, November 19, 2011 – Let me get this straight, Martha Stewart goes to jail for insider trading, the President, Senators, and Congressman all berate Wall Street, yet they have the right to use their knowledge of upcoming legislation… 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 →

Creator versus Consumer of Wealth

Philadelphia, June 30, 2011– Today my day started in Lee’s Summit at 3:15AM headed for a 6:15 flight out of MCI through Detroit to Philadelphia.  The reason for the trip was strictly business; but I was surprised about what I… Continue Reading →

Missouri Budget Crunch – Guest Column Will Kraus

Week of March 28, 2011– We’re back in session, and the key word for this next five to six weeks is “budget.”  This week, the House passed a collective group of 13 budget bills, House Bill 1 through House Bill… Continue Reading →

A Conservative Message to the Republican Party

Lee’s Summit, November 4, 2010 – The mid term elections are over, and for the most part the country spoke with a united and conservative voice that said: Focus on the Economy! The Republican Party controls the House of Representatives… Continue Reading →

The Games of Politics

Lee’s Summit, August 1, 2010 – Today I returned home from a five day trip and in my mailbox is a flier from Missourians Against Unfair Taxes.  The front of the flier is a rhino and in large letters the… Continue Reading →

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