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Oct 02, 2017

Adams on Agriculture: Retiring From Farming Before Being Forced To

My granddaughter said to me recently that it seemed like everyone I knew was retiring. I must admit it sometimes seems that way.

Sep 14, 2017

From Acts of Kindness to Agendas of Division

As our nation works to recover from hurricanes, floods and fires, we are reminded again of how hard times bring out both the best and worst in people.

Aug 30, 2017

NCGA President talks Harvey's Impact on Texas Ag

Mike Adams spoke with Wesley Spurlock, President of National Corn Growers Association on Tuesday. Spurlock offered a snapshot of the devastation being felt by crop and livestock producers alike in his home state as they continue to struggle against the historic amounts of water that has inundated the region.

Nov 01, 2013

Congress Takes a Break... From Doing What?

If you subscribe to the theory that we are better off when Congress is not in session then you'll be happy with next year's schedule for the House of Representatives. House leadership has announced they plan to be in session a total of 115 days in 2014. For those who
Oct 09, 2013

Crop Insurance Subsidies are Bad, but Health Care Subsidies are Good?

The debate over the Affordable Care Act seems to come down to who do you trust. There is a lot of speculation on both sides about the benefits and shortcomings of the program. Time will tell who is right. Given the widespread distrust and dissatisfaction people have for the government
Oct 04, 2013

Of the Postseason and Politics

Watching and enjoying the St. Louis Cardinals opening game victory in the playoffs against Pittsburgh reminded me of what is good about sports. For all of the negatives such as injuries, illegal substance use and high priced hot dogs both on the field and in the concession stands, there is
Oct 02, 2013

We All Share Blame for Government Shutdown

Depending on which opinion poll you believe, the Republicans are taking the brunt of the blame for the current government shutdown. While they deserve their share, I think there is plenty of blame to be passed around. Neither party has shown much leadership. Instead they take an our way or
Sep 25, 2013

Pretty Good for a Bad Deal

The recent announcement by ADM that they were creating a new world headquarters in another city must have been quite a shock to people in Decatur, Illinois. Anyone living in a community that has lost businesses and jobs knows that feeling. The ripple effect on other businesses, school districts and
Sep 13, 2013

A Solution Always Starts With Talking

During our recent RFS debate between Bob Dinneen of the Renewable Fuels Association and Kristina Butts with the National Cattlemens Beef Association, it was interesting to note how often the two sides agreed. To be sure there were definite areas of disagreement especially on the waiver process and whether it