Jeremy Cady

  • Replacing Your Vote for President

    If you voted for Barack Obama during the last two presidential elections, you wouldn’t mind the legislation some high dollar lobbyists are pushing, and several legislators are supporting. If, however, you did not, and most Missourians didn’t, you may want to pay attention. There is a quiet but growing movement for Missouri to join the […]

  • Tired of Potholes, Take the Bike Trail

    Ameren is donating 144 miles of the Rock Island railroad corridor to the State of Missouri, specifically the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). DNR plans to turn the 144-mile corridor into a bike trail, similar to the Katy Trail. My guess is some of our supporters would argue government’s job is not build bike trails. […]

  • Hunting Season on Freedom Opens

    Though antlerless deer season may end come to a close this weekend, hunting season on your freedom opened this past Tuesday with strong numbers. December 1st is when legislators may start filing bills for the upcoming session, and they didn’t let us down this year. In the three days since prefiling began, 509 bills have been […]

  • Hunting Season on Freedom Opens

    Though antlerless deer season may end come to a close this weekend, hunting season on your freedom opened this past Tuesday with strong numbers. December 1st is when legislators may start filing bills for the upcoming session, and they didn’t let us down this year. In the three days since prefiling began, 509 bills have been […]

  • Legislators Looking to Limit Free Speech

    Some legislators are unhappy. Missouri Alliance for Freedom released its second annual scorecard this year. We track a large number of bills each year – supporting those that increase freedom and opposing those that reduce it. At the end of the session we review the legislation, covering a gamut of conservative issues, and score legislators’ […]

  • Is Expanding Medicaid The Christian Thing To Do?

    It started from the left – this idea that Medicaid expansion is noble and Christian. The idea originates from those supporting the murder of unborn children and limiting Christians in the practice of their faith. We see it each year when progressives bus in their union cohorts in support of Medicaid expansion. They walk through the capitol […]

  • Ryan Johnson Discusses Ethics on KCMO

    Ryan Johnson joined Mike Ferguson on KCMO’s Carson in the Morning to discuss ethics in the Missouri General Assembly. Former Senator John Lamping has suggested on Missouri Scorecard a pledge that legislators should take, holding themselves accountable.

  • Is Farming Missouri’s Most Important Industry?

    The agriculture tour season has ended. Senator Claire McCaskill finished up her statewide tour in early September. Members of the Missouri legislature took their own tour at the end of September. Much good can come from these tours if those taking them listened. Instead of “good” we are likely to see more cronyism. Farming is important. But in an editorial […]

  • Johnson on KSGF to Discuss EPA’s New Burdens

    Ryan Johnson joined Nick Reed in the KSGF studio to discuss the new energy regulations being rolled out by the EPA. These new regulations could increase energy costs by 26%. Johnson calls on Attorney General Chris Koster to protect Missourians from the EPA’s burdensome regulations.

  • Daddy, Where Do Cities Come From?

    On any given day Missourians could interact with many governments. This may include the federal government, state, county, city, or even the school board. Each government has their place and are better suited at certain functions. Each of these governments are also capable of tyranny. When tyranny rears its ugly head it must dealt with. The method to […]

  • Is Your Union Older than You?

    It’s a great day! The company hired you last week and today is your first day on the job. Another employee leads you to the human resource office. You get comfortable at a small table, knowing you’ll be doing paperwork most of the day. You’re thankful you remembered to bring your ID, birth certificate, and social security […]

  • In Honored Remembrance

    On September 11, 2001 I was a 26 year old college freshman having just finished with eight years of active duty military service. I was just sitting down in a study area to work on math homework when another student raced down the hall saying that “the towers were on fire and jet liners had […]

  • Defiant Pastor to Be Executed for Refusing to Renounce Beliefs

    Southwark, Eng. – A federal judge ordered the execution of Henry Barrowe to proceed after Barrowe repeatedly defied orders to comply with government approved religious practices. Henry Barrowe, a pastor of Southwark Independent Church, had unsuccessfully appealed a delay in his execution on two occasions. “The court does not do this lightly,” said the federal […]

  • Got Milk? Get Milked.

    Picking up a gallon of milk on your way home today? Ready to be a pawn in a collusion of government and corporate interests? Starting today government will siphon a part of the sales tax collected on dairy goods. Will government fix roads or educate our children with this money? No. Instead, government will be lining the pockets […]

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