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Martin D. Baker was born and raised in Southeast Missouri, where he attended Sikeston public schools and graduated from Sikeston High School. He started on his political path during his studies at the University of Missouri at Columbia where he studied both Political Science and Criminal Justice with a minor in American History. It was at this young age when Martin began to volunteer for numerous political campaigns, as well as serving as a Student Senator.
Baker is running for the US House Of Representatives in Missouri's District 1 in the 2014 election. We will discuss his campaign, his stance on issues and his view toward the Fair Tax.
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Listen to MPA's legislative team discuss what's going on in the legislature concerning pharmacy in the state of Missouri.
Jorgen Schlemeier outlines MPA's agenda at the Capitol in Jefferson City, MO.
Join us tonight for another informative and entertaining show dedicated to the wine industry.
Tonight's guest: Galen Haddock from Ladoga Ridge Winery.
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MORx.com and the Missouri Pharmacy Association present another legislative podcast to update it's members on the goings on at the capitol in Jefferson City concerning the pharmacy profession.
Troy, Missouri Mobile marketing specialists Jay and Angela Smull will be joinining me on this special broadcast of the Gain Mindshare Business hours. The Smulls operate Smull Business Consulting and focus on Mobile Marketing. You will hear my interview with Jay Smull.
The Smulls are one of the author teams for the upcoming book, The Independent Business Marketing Bible due to release in April. They are both experience professionals in helping businesses and as you'll hear in the interview, they have great ideas on things that you can do in order to promote your small business.
When you're hearning from the authors, I would suggest that you take notes and see what you can do to incorporate what they're talking about in your business. Is there something that you can use right now?
For those of you that are located in the St. Louis Area, amke sure to contact Jay and Angela about your business if you think you would need the things that they're discussing, make sure that you contact them.
Why is the Republican Party killing itself off? Listen in tonight and we will discuss the myriad of bad choices that are causing the extinction of the party of the pachyderm. Tonight, Duane Lester weighs in on last weekend's CPAC, Blunt and the CR to defund, and why he thinks Missouri is turning blue. And it's not because she is holding her breath. Bob McCarty will be here to discuss "The Clapper Memo" and define "Green on Blue" attacks. There is an effort to oust Senator Roy Blunt. Find out why and how to get involved.
More talk with Duane Lester, of The Missouri Torch, on the Department of Revenue and how they are selling you out, literally. Frieda and Judy, of Missouri Precinct Project are back with more updates and action items. And again we address why protecting homeschooling around the world protects your educational freedom at home. Michael Donnelly, of HSLDA, joins us to updates us on the Wunderlich family and their homeschooling fight. Join us!!
Tonight we check in with the gentlemen who were arrested on a St. Charles County overpass, while protesting against the Obama administration. Duane Weed and Marc Messmer tell their story of being held, without being charged by the state patrol, and their plans for the future. Duane Lester, of the Missouri Torch, joins us with updates on the DOR/Privacy hearings and other Missouri news. Bob Parker, from southwest Missouri gives his perspective on the DoR scandal and the scandal of non-consequence. Susanne will be with us to talk about the American Patriot Coalition.