Category Archives: Government

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Questions for Rex Sinquefield About the City/County Merger

FRED SAUER MATRIX For Immediate Release Thursday, March 24, 2016 Contact: (314) 540-1010   QUESTIONS FOR REX SINQUEFIELD ABOUT HIS PLAN TO MERGE THE CITY AND THE COUNTY St. Louis, MO—On Wednesday, March 23, 2016 Fred N. Sauer placed this ad in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to invite St. Louisans and Missourians to a presentation


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Economic Realities Expose Socialism’s Liars

Anyone who has ever operated a business, large or small, recognizes the essential fact that you must make a profit to succeed. A profit can be a penny or a million dollars, but the fact is that it must exceed your costs over the relevant period of operation or you won’t be in business for


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Should the UN Subsidize North Korea’s Oppressive Regime?

Frequently, I have made the observation that economic history reveals that the more a government spends out of the gross domestic product, the more miserable are its people. Now comes North Korea to help prove my point. SEOUL—The United Nations aid program for malnourished North Koreans may close after raising only a fraction of the


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Ezekiel Emanuel’s Definitive Misrepresentation About Obamacare

This article was originally published on American Thinker. Freedom and the right to plot one’s own destiny in life is a uniquely American feature.  It’s a right that is so ingrained in American life that many Americans take it for granted.  Yet, they exercise this right every day in making major and minor decisions.  Americans


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How Special Interest Groups are Destroying the Republican Party and Representative Government in Missouri

Do you remember what you were doing on Monday, January 1, 2007?  If you don’t, it’s no surprise, but on this day some people you never met were firing off the first shot in an all out war against the integrity of your vote in Missouri’s future elections, the responsiveness of state representatives and state


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How the Few Inflict Inflation on the Many

The “Carter” years gave the American economy one of its worst sicknesses, stagflation.  In this disease, the economy doesn’t grow and government spending does grow, and an oil embargo caused a surge in inflation.  In the 1970s, the annualized rate of inflation peaked at about 12% a year.  But, in recent years another source of inflation originating in


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An Open Letter To Missouri’s Senior Republican Leaders

In states across the country, great new Republican leaders are taking the party into a future of fiscally and constitutionally responsible government. And they are rejecting payouts to special interest groups that have been raiding government treasuries for years. Especially in this environment, it is very hard to understand why any Missouri Republican would be


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Missouri’s Republicans Are Self-Destructing

While states like Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin and New Jersey are founding and creating the way forward for excellent Republican government, Missouri’s Republican Party has decided that state government centralized planning for special interest groups is the way to go. Not that long ago, St. Louis’ extremely well-located airport, Lambert International, constructed a third parallel 10,000


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