Friday, August 23, 2019

T-Bones baseball team for sale, owes at least $550,000 to local government

One week ago the owner of the Kansas City T-Bones baseball team, Adam Elhert, announced he would sell the team to cover debts.  A letter of default on behalf of the unified government says the...

Local attorney addresses constitutional issues at Wichita forum

Local attorney Richard Peckham spoke recently at a meeting of the Wichita chapter of Republican Women United about state and national constitutional issues, including the recent Kansas Supreme Court Decision. About 60 people gathered...

Changes considered for workers compensation laws

Two bills being considered in the Kansas Legislature are proposing significant changes to the Workers Compensation Laws in the state. The changes are not 'new', but rather seek to revert Kansas laws back to...

AFP-KS Plans Advocacy Day during ‘Sausage-Making’ Time

When lawmakers return to Topeka to wrap up the 2018 legislative session, they’ll be met by advocates for limited government and economic liberty. Americans for Kansas-Prosperity is hosting its supporters to rally at the Capitol on...

Resolution Deems Pornography Public Health Crisis

Lawmakers listened to moving testimony about the dangers of pornography from law enforcement officers, doctors, and individuals damaged by its effects during a Senate hearing on March 16. Rep. Randy Powell, an Olathe Republican, spoke personally...

New York Media Fret About “Another Lurch to The Right” in Kansas

On Friday, both the New York Times and the New York Magazine warned their readers of impending disaster in Kansas.  The Times declared, "In Potential Kobach Candidacy Kansas G.O.P Faces Another Lurch to the...
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More Charges Filed Against “Anti-Fascist” Bully in Missouri Manslaughter Case

An amended complaint filed Monday against alleged bully Harley Branham charges that she repeatedly called and harassed 17-year-old Kenneth Suttner, leading to his suicide. So reports the Associated Press. Left unsaid in the AP article...

Kansas Gubernatorial Giving Map Defies Expectations

The Wichita Eagle has compiled a complicated, interactive map showing who is giving to whom in the Kansas governor's race, and it holds a few surprises. Perhaps the most interesting revelation has to do with...

Kansas Democratic Party Hit with Fines Following Audit

The Kansas Democratic Party will pay $19,000 in fines to the Federal Election Commission. The fines stem from an FEC audit of the party's 2011 and 2012 finances. The party understated $122,000 worth of...

Kansas Justice Institute to educate, advocate for constitutional rights

A former Kansas woman’s fight over Arizona licensing regulations served as a catalyst for a pair of occupational licensing laws that are making it easier for people to work in Arizona. Annette Stanley will...