Join us on Thursday, September 10 for a discussion with Manhattan Institute's Brian Riedl about the looming national debt crisis in America, fiscal responsibility and economic growth.
Join us on Thursday, September 24 at 11:00 AM for a special virtual presentation by National Review’s Kevin D. Williamson.
Kevin will be discussing his forthcoming book, “Big White Ghetto,” a collection of long-form reporting and essays on poverty, addiction, despair, and their influence on American culture and American politics.
Join us on Thursday, October 22 for a special town hall with Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist. Mr. Norquist will discuss tax reform and the looming national debt crisis in America before taking questions submitted by the audience. REGISTER HERE Questions can be submitted prior to the event by emailing them to [email protected] […]
K-12 education in America looks radically different than it did a year ago—and many families didn’t get a say. Join us on Friday, January 29 at 11:00 AM for a virtual event featuring a panel of experts on Missouri education. These presentations are designed to help policymakers better understand the school choice movement and make informed […]
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Missouri took important steps in 2020 to increase the supply of health care across the state. Reforms include removing licensing barriers that prevented out-of-state licensed professionals of all kinds, and health care professionals in particular, from readily providing services to Missourians and the relaxation of the state’s telemedicine and […]
Join us on Thursday, March 18 for a special virtual event with Lee Habeeb. Lee Habeeb is CEO and founder of American Private Radio and host of Our American Stories. Download the Our American Stories podcast on Itunes, Google Play, Spotfiy or wherever you find your podcasts and visit ouramericanstories.com to find an affiliate station near […]
Nearly all students around the country have experienced at least some level of home-based learning in the last year. As a result, many families are beginning to wonder if a blend of traditional brick-and-mortar schooling and at-home learning may be best for their children. Does this option even exist? If so, what is it? What […]
Conservatives have traditionally favored freeing markets and shrinking government. But new political and economic trends are leading many conservatives to question these old commitments. Join us on Wednesday, May 12 at noon for a talk by Ramesh Ponnuru who will make the case for a new conservative economic agenda. Register Here Questions may be submitted […]
Join us on Monday, June 14 (Flag Day) for an in-person presentation by Lee Habeeb on The Impact of Storytelling on Culture. Lee Habeeb is the CEO and founder of the non-profit radio network American Private Radio and the on-air radio host of Our American Stories. Event Details NOTE: If you are not fully vaccinated, in accordance […]
Please join us Wednesday, August 25 for a legislative update with Representative David Smith and Senator Caleb Rowden. Enjoy a delicious lunch while Rep. David Smith of the 45th District and Senator Caleb Rowden of the 19th District discuss the most recent legislative sessions in the Missouri House and Senate. Both will be available for […]
You are invited to join us for a discussion with Rep. McCreery and Sen. Onder on the bills passed, pending, and defeated this past legislative session. Both will be available for questions following their remarks. Register early to claim your spot! Register This event is brought to you by Show-Me Institute and Show-Me Opportunity
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