Missouri Alliance for Freedom

  • Don Hinkle

    “Don Hinkle is a man of profound faith. I am grateful for his friendship and support. Missouri is richer because of him.” – Governor-elect Eric Greitens Missourians of faith and Christians of all denominations have a strong advocate in Don Hinkle. Mr. Hinkle is devout Baptist minister and author who serves as the Editor of […]

  • Difference Maker Jennae Neustadt

    Jennae Neustadt gives new meaning to the phrase quiet professional. She works hard, she works smart, and she shuns the limelight. As a result she has earned the trust of some of Missouri’s most powerful people and grassroots activists alike. This Mizzou trained attorney who comes from a family farming background in St. Charles County began […]

  • Austin Chambers

    Political savant Austin Chambers is a young man you should keep your eye on. Mr. Chambers is the 21 year old campaign manager who now serves as senior adviser to Governor-elect Eric Greitens. He guided the political newcomer to victory in the primary and general elections. Chambers is now said to be steering the transition process. […]

  • Patriot Focus: Will Scharf

    If you paid attention to Missouri’s 2016 Gubernatorial election you likely saw the handiwork of a young republican attorney named Will Scharf. This self-styled movement conservative, Jewish GOP operative who originally hails from New York served both Catherine Hanaway and Eric Greitens during the 2016 election cycle. With a mind for policy and a heart […]

  • Ryan Johnson debates Senators Claire McCaskill & David Pearce over caps on campaign donations

    If passed by voters on November 8th Missouri Constitutional Amendment 2 will establish limits on how much citizens can donate to candidates for public office. Ryan Johnson opposes Amendment 2 because it would infringe upon the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution as a violation of the freedom of speech. Democratic U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, […]

  • Ryan Johnson makes recommendations on the Mo. ballot measures

    Joplin’s KZRG News Talk Radio Host Chad Elliott and guest Ryan Johnson discuss Missouri Alliance for Freedom’s recommendations for Missouri’s ballot measures that will appear on the November 8th ballot. Johnson provides in-depth analysis and background information and recommends how to vote on Election Day 2016. In short: Amend. 1 – Vote NO; Amend. 2 […]

  • Ryan Johnson analyzes Missouri’s gubernatorial campaign

    With a week before Election Day Ryan Johnson breaks down the latest polling and provides analysis for Eric Greitens (R) vs. Chris Koster (D) in the nation’s top tier gubernatorial contest in his weekly appearance on Mornings with Nick Reed on Springfield’s News Radio 104.1 FM KSGF. Tune in every Monday from 7:30 AM – […]

  • An Analysis of Missouri Constitutional Amendment 3

    Introduction Missouri Constitutional Amendment 3 will allow voters to decide whether to increase the current tax on cigarettes and direct the revenue from the tax increase toward early childhood education programs.  Although on its face it seems to be a worthy cause, there is a broad spectrum of opposition to Amendment 3.  Such opposition requires […]

  • An Analysis of Missouri’s Constitutional Amendment 2

    Summary Constitutional Amendment 2 will allow voters to decide in November whether to amend the state constitution to restrict certain political contributions. The amendment would limit contributions to statewide, legislative, and judicial offices to $2,600 per election. Contributions from a person or a committee to a political party would be capped at $25,000 per election. […]

  • Veto Session Victory

    We won! Governor Nixon’s vetoes of Constitutional Carry (SB656) and Voter ID (HB1631) were overridden in the House and Senate today. Thank you to every to every member who voted to override these two bills. Missouri Alliance for Freedom had previously linked to newspaper articles that questioned the gun votes of three Republican legislators quoting […]

  • Mary Hill

    If you have been around Missouri conservative politics for any length of time you have likely met and mingled with Mary Hill. She has traveled to the far corners of the state advocating for Right-to-Work legislation. Along the way she has gained a following and considerable influence. She has demonstrated the power of grassroots to […]

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