James Shuls, Ph.D., Policy Analyst with the Show-Me Institute, talks with Tim Keithley of News Talk 560AM in Springfield, MO. Shuls and Keithley talk about how Missouri tax dollars are being used to keep taxes high.
David Stokes weekly appearance with Manny Haley of KRMS. In the November 21 show, Stokes and Haley discussed zoning for parking for Lazy Gators and Shady Gators before talking about a resolution to the private road dispute in Camdenton.
The Show-Me Minute is a short radio advertisement to inform listeners about the work of the Show-Me Institute in a particular policy area. In this Show-Me Minute which first aired on KWTO 560AM in Springfield, MO, we discuss the alphabet soup of tax subsidies.
Show Me Institute Policy Analyst Patrick Ishmael joins host Don Marsh of KWMU and and Jack Strauss, Director of the Simon Center for Regional Forecasting at Saint Louis University to talk about the pros and cons of raising the minimum wage.
Innovation comes from the private sector. You don’t have to be a radical capitalist to agree with that simple truth. For example, a private inventor, not a government water company, devised the water meter. St. Louis residents will benefit from the proposed consulting deal with a private company to improve the city’s water division.
Shrewsbury is the latest city within Saint Louis County to consider Tax Increment Financing (known as TIFs) to subsidize a new Walmart. TIFs have been ravaging our region for twenty years, despite strong evidence they don’t help the economy.
David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program. In
this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as Stokes' role as a member of the Electoral College, how someone becomes such an elector, the actual process of voting for electors, why the Electoral College exists, and what freedom electors have to vote as the wish.
In an hour-long interview with host McGraw Milhaven on the Big 550 KTRS, Show-Me President Rex Sinquefield spelled out the economic dangers facing Missouri. Listen as he talks about the threat of low taxes in Kansas and the need to eliminate the corporate income tax.