Friday, May 24, 2019

KFL Slams Star Coverage of Daleiden Event

"This is the absolutely worst newspaper article I have EVER read as far as it being a representation of the event or people key to the event that was supposedly 'covered,'" said Kansans for...

Daleiden Blasts “Barbaric” Baby Parts Biz at KFL Dinner

On Tuesday evening, at the Kansans for Life annual dinner, a thousand-plus people including Archbishop Joseph Naumann and Kansas Governor Sam Brownback watched 28-year-old David Daleiden surgically deconstruct America's flourishing baby parts business. If the phrase "baby...

Senate Committee Mods Forward $128 Million School Cut to Senate

Most Kansas school districts have money available in contingency and flexible funds to weather a 5 percent cut in funding, a proposal before the Kanas Senate. The Senate Ways and Means Committee yesterday forwarded...

Andover School District Voters Can Vote to Lower Their Taxes

Voters in the Andover School District will have the opportunity to lower their property taxes by voting down two bond issues that will appear on a May 9 mail-in ballot. The first ballot question...

Senate Tax Committee Forwards 2 Plans to Senate Floor

The Senate Tax and Assessment Committee will forward two tax proposals to the full Senate for consideration. The Senate Leadership Tax Plan, SB 147, and an alternative tax plan, a substitute bill for SB...

Mayor James Fails To Sell KC Audience on GO Bonds

On Monday evening, the Waldo Towers Homes Association in conjunction with adjoining Associations hosted Kansas City Mayor Sly James in a Town Hall meeting on the $800,000,000 general obligation bond issue. The City plans...

Planned Parenthood to ‘Pink Out’ Statehouse for Medicaid Expansion

Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider, is asking its allies to wear pink and attend a rally for KanCare expansion on Wednesday. The organization is also asking its supporters to plan to attend a...

Senate Committee Considers Tax Hikes

Barbara Paulus is on a fixed income. The Bonner Springs woman’s taxes have doubled since 2011. “I’m opposed to increasing individual income tax rates, although the increase is modest,” she told the Kansas Senate Committee...

Out of the Senate, Greg Smith Gets Back to His Real Life’s Work

    Former Kansas State Senator Greg Smith launched his public career for a reason he would wish on no one. In June 2007, a stranger abducted his 18-year-old daughter Kelsey from the parking lot of...

Star Article Gives Odds on Trump’s Impeachment

Two weeks into Donald Trump's presidency, the Kansas City Star is baiting its left-leaning readership with an aspirational article on the impeachment of President Donald Trump. "Across the world, online gambling websites are offering increasingly...