Monday, September 28, 2020

Kansas Jobs Grow Thanks to High Costs of Business in Seattle

A Seattle-area business is picking up stakes and hitching a wagon east to cash in on the lower cost of doing business in Kansas compared to Seattle. Flow, an industrial waterjet manufacturer, announced it...

Panel Debates Consequences of Medicaid Expansion

Medicaid expansion could jeopardize the state’s budget, according to House Majority Leader Dan Hawkins. “I would like to hear from each proponent of expansion: What tax do you suggest or what programs do you...

McClatchy cover-up of KDHE deception mask-querades as news story

The McClatchy-owned Kansas City Star and Wichita Eagle on Sunday published a lengthy endorsement of the Kelly administration’s use of a manipulated graph which was intended to showcase the effectiveness in counties that adopted...

Tony Botello of “Tony’s Kansas City” Answers the Sentinel’s 20 Questions

  What the major media most resent about the alternative media is the latter's freedom to pursue the truth. By doing just that, Tony Botello has made "Tony's Kansas City" arguably the second most influential...

Sigh! Kander Lowers Sights From President to Mayor of KC

If there is a more nakedly ambitious Democrat in America than former Missouri secretary of state and would-be Kansas City mayor Jason Kander, his name does not pop quickly to mind. His head turned by a...

Push for more computer science in Kansas classrooms

The Kansas Department of Education is revamping computer science education standards and in doing so, hopes to meet the workforce demands of employers and parents. According to Code.org more than 90% of parents want...

Feds Say No Leniency for Former Missouri Dem Chairman

Former Jackson County prosecutor, county executive and Missouri Democratic Party chairman Mike Sanders is about to take a trip he would rather wish he did not have to take. His preferred destination: a federal prison camp...

Hawver’s Bemoans ‘Sketchy’ Fiscal Note

Hawver's Capitol Report, a subscription-only digital publication, called a fiscal note presented last week  to the Kansas House Tax Committee "sketchy." The fiscal note from the Kansas Department of Revenue indicated revenues would increase only...

Nativity House KC: Philanthropy Gets Entrepreneurial

Strange but true: there are still organizations in the Kansas City area that work to assist people in need and prefer to do so without government assistance, one of which is Nativity House KC. Nativity House...

Kelly administration rejects COVID open records requests

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly wants to delay opening schools and is hinting at closing the economy this fall over the rise in COVID cases over the last few weeks, but the state refuses to...