Author Archive for Kassandra Kuehl

Kassandra Kuehl is a writer and blogger with American Citizens for Economic Freedom, a super PAC for the Tea Party and Women's Organizations, founded by prominent business entrepreneur, Peter M. Vessenes. Kassie grew up with a passion for discipline and learning in Redwood Falls, a small town in Minnesota. She attended one of the largest cosmetology institutes in the world to focus on building beauty salons with safe and healthy products. With a love for business and entrepreneurship, Kassie founded Kasia Organic Salon in Minneapolis. As a small business owner and national product developer, Kassie has a grass roots perspective on the economy and what business owners deal with day to day. When Kassie is not training or creating, she enjoys her clients, motorcycle riding and recreation around the Minneapolis lakes.

Failed Policies of the Last Century

(The following article was written by Peter Vessenes and contributed via Kassandra Kuehl)

On Saturday, September 1st, President Obama accused Mitt Romney of retreating to policies from the “last century” and “sticking it” to the middle class.

Is this really the case?  Whose policies exactly have “stuck it” to the middle class?

Why not go back to the Great Depression as a starting point?  After all, we are in a “Recovery” that looks a lot like that time period.  Which “policies” began there?  Perhaps the largest was Social Security.  After all, Social Security was a Democrat Party program that promised the government would “set aside” retirement, or safety money for people when they reached 65 years of age.   Unfortunately, the average life expectancy at that …


Uncle Sam, King Corn, and Emergency Legislation

This summer has been warmer than average.  Living in Minnesota, the Midwest is known for being tolerable of all kinds of weather, but this summer has been unique.  One of the hardest-hit commodities, corn, is playing a critical role in our food chain and even more so, our pocket book.

I am a city gal who grew up in a small farming community, and when I dial back home, many farmers are in fear and apprehension of how long last years corn yields will last, due to the brutal 2012 summer drought.  This year’s crop yield is on track to be the worst in 15 years, and corn prices have already hit record high levels.   Almost 90% of the United States’ corn crops are in …


21st Century Monopoly

As a child, I used to play the board game of Monopoly.  I still vividly remember the excitement of a “Get out of Jail Free” card and the royal blue of Boardwalk and Park Place.  My brothers would be angered when I’d loft off to using the pink pastel colored dollars for other, imaginary scenarios in make-believe businesses. Who knew at a young age, I’d be an energetic entrepreneur, only my lessons of business and true capitalism would come from something other than playing monopoly with my brothers.

By looking at the meaning of Monopoly as an adult, I am only reminded how badly its lessons are in truly preparing us for the real world and as a Free Market.

Playing the Game:

Monopoly was …


Obamacare, Czars, Federal Agencies, Oh My!

Kassandra Kuehl, writer, Golden Rule of Economics, True Capitalism

Today we welcome Kassandra Kuehl to The Conservative Reader.  Kassandra Kassandra Kuehl is a writer and blogger with American Citizens for Economic Freedom.  – Ed.

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How do you feel when you think of the word “bureaucracy?” I did an experiment and wrote down all the adjectives I could think of when I thought about bureaucrats and bureaucracy. Stop for a moment and do this yourself. What were your results? All negative?

Do we need bureaucrats?

A Bureaucrat’s job is to stand between the lawmakers who create public policy, and the people. For example, if the recent Obamacare Mandate (tax) is established, bureaucrats will multiply in front of our eyes to oversee all the new policies, new taxes, new programs, …


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