Taxes - Audio
Morningline, Tuesdays on KWTO Print E-mail
By Patrick Ishmael, David Stokes, and James V. Shuls, Ph.D.   
Tuesday, November 12, 2013

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.

 
Show-Me at the Lake, Thursday Mornings on KRMS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Thursday, November 07, 2013

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.

 
Kacie Galbraith Discusses Transit Oriented Development on The McGraw Show Print E-mail
By Kacie Galbraith   
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Show-Me Institute Policy Researcher Kacie Galbraith appeared on the McGraw Show to discuss transit oriented development.

 
Andrew Biggs Discusses Recent Policy Study on KTRS Print E-mail
By Rick Edlund   
Friday, March 15, 2013

On March 15, Rick Edlund hosted a guest spot on KTRS. During the spot, Rick interviewed the author of the latest Show-Me Institute policy study, Andrew Biggs.

The topic of the paper was the looming financial crisis of underfunded public pensions.

 
Stokes on KWMU - TIF Hurts Communities Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Wednesday, March 06, 2013

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.

 
Rex Sinquefield on The McGraw Show Print E-mail
By Rex Sinquefield   
Thursday, December 06, 2012

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.

Click here to listen.

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Tuesday, October 23, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program. In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as the sudden lowering of the speed limit on Forest Park Parkway in Saint Louis, the benefits of synchronized stoplights, the Saint Louis County sales tax pool and why it should be kept, the issue of "local control" in the city of Saint Louis, and the issue of ticket scalping.

 
KTRS Appearance: Economic Tsunami Headed for Missouri? Print E-mail
By Rex Sinquefield and Patrick Ishmael   
Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Kansas has slashed its tax rates, and Show-Me Institute President Rex Sinquefield thinks that means big trouble for Missouri. He talked about it with guest host Rick Edlund and policy analyst Patrick Ishmael on the Big 550 KTRS.  Listen in…

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Monday, September 24, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program. In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as the recent debate on the possibility of merging Saint Louis City and County government services, the tobacco tax increase on the November ballot in Missouri, smoking bans and tobacco taxes generally, and what may become of Ballpark Village.

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Monday, September 17, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program. In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as whether the Richmond Heights TIF is gone for good, the economic impact of sports tourism to Columbia, MO, Governor Nixon's veto of the recent legislation that would have changed the way car sales are taxed, and a rundown of some of the issues on the November ballot.

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Monday, September 10, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program. In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as the latest on the Ellisville argle-bargle, the recent news relating to how car sales are taxed in Missouri, how online sales are (or aren't) taxed in Missouri, Kansas' competitive economic policies, and the latest Show-Me Institute events.

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Monday, August 13, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program.

In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as Mitt Romney's selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate, Claire McCaskill's "Truth About Todd Akin" website, Stacey Newman's victory in the primary by just one vote, and Stokes' personal experience appealing his property tax assessment ("It was fun!").

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Monday, August 06, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program.

In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as the recent supreme court decision overturning Missouri's legislatively imposed cap on non-economic damages in lawsuits, the cost of malpractice insurance, the back-to-school sales tax holiday, the state's uniquely low cigarette tax rate, and the imminent primary election.

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program. In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as transportation funding in Missouri, Missouri's relatively low excise taxes, strange and rare taxing districts, and the homeowner in Hadley township who refuses to sell and may prevent the proposed development from moving forward.

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Monday, July 09, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program.

Among the topics discussed in this appearance: Auditor Schweich's report on the Missouri Department of Economic Development, problems with tax credits generally, water pricing during a shortage, imposing water meters on residents of the city of Saint Louis.

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Monday, July 02, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program.

Among the topics discussed in this appearance: the Supreme Court decision regarding the Affordable Care Act, the possibility of Saint Louis city and county sharing police resources, Schlafly Brewery's urban farm proposal (and its tax implications).

 
McGraw Milhaven - David Stokes on KTRS Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Monday, June 25, 2012

David Stokes has a recurring spot on McGraw Milhaven's KTRS radio program.

In this appearance, Stokes and the host discuss topics such as cigarette taxation, toll roads, library taxes, and people crossing state lines to save money on cigarettes, gasoline, and alcohol.

 
Saint Louis Earnings Tax Is Bad for Our Health — But Do We Care? Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Thursday, March 31, 2011

Call it “the smoker’s dilemma”: Everyone knows that smoking kills, but a habitual smoker may be convinced that he needs the steadying effect of cigarettes. When voters in Saint Louis go to the polls on April 5, they will confront a similar dilemma in deciding whether to maintain the current earnings tax.

 
The Economics of Pujols' Contract Print E-mail
Wednesday, February 16, 2011

John Payne, a Show-Me Institute research assistant, discusses his recent commentary about Albert Pujols' contract negotiations with the Cardinals. Payne argues that keeping Pujols on the team is worth up to $30 million a year in salary. This interview, conducted by McGraw Milhaven, was featured on "McGraw in the Morning," on KTRS 550 AM.

 
Is Albert Worth 30 Million? Print E-mail
Monday, February 14, 2011

It seems that all of Saint Louis and much of the baseball world are asking that question these days about a contract extension for El Hombre. The numbers being bandied about seem out of this world, even for baseball's best player. But is he worth it? The Show-Me Institute's John Payne took a swing at that question when he appeared on the Mark Reardon Show on KMOX on Feb. 11.

 
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