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Health Exchange Early Withdrawal Or The Grinch who stole Christmas

Lee’s Summit, December 16, 2013 – The problems with the Health Care Benefit Exchanges are far more serious than just the Federal Government’s site not accepting enough applications.  The Washington Healthplanfinder – the official ACA-Compliant Health Benefit Exchange for the… 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 →

Washington; What a Town…

Lee’s Summit, July 7, 2011 – I just arrived from a long day’s work (just after 11:00 PM) and read a story that truly made me wonder why I don’t blog more often.  The issues that set me to the… Continue Reading →

Washington Meddling too Much into Private Business

Lee’s Summit, July 17, 2010 – I can now breath a great sigh of relief, Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has addressed the looming crisis of the iPhone 4.  I am truly far more relaxed than ever to know that our elected… Continue Reading →

The Taxman Cometh and Congress is Not Representing us. Sound familiar?

Lee’s Summit, July 2, 2010 – The end of the Bush tax cuts is coming and taxes are about to go through the roof sucking the wind out of the sails of any rebound we’re getting from the recession. Business… Continue Reading →

Rep. Will Kraus Files Protest Against Cap and Trade Schemes

Lee’s Summit –During the Special Session of the General Assembly, Representative Will Kraus has filed a resolution, HCR1, against the job-killing cap and trade legislation being discussed in Washington, D.C. A mandatory cap and trade emissions trading system would set… Continue Reading →

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