Monday, August 3, 2020

Huh? Profs Object to Bill That Protects Whistleblowing Profs

Greg Comer, a physics professor at St. Louis University and president of the Missouri Conference of the American Association of University Professors, objects to a proposed bill that would offer protection to his whistleblowing...

Breaking: Fifth South KC Walking Trail Homicide Victim Also White

Credit goes to the Hays Post for answering the obvious question that Kansas City media were reluctant to ask: what was the race of the fifth male in the last ten months to have...

Parents Terrorized by Bill that Limits School Insurance Rates for Conceal and Carry

The Left and their media allies are misrepresenting an insurance bill scheduled for a hearing on Tuesday morning. Contrary to circulating myths in the mainstream media, Kansas House Bill 2789, also known as the...

KC Streetcar Boosters “Win” Round I, Round 2 Tuesday

Even the most diabolical Russian would have been hard pressed to out-rig the Kansas City streetcar boosters who arranged a winning first round in a series of elections that will determine whether Kansas City...

Alleged Suspect in Attorney Murder Made National News Once Before

Although the Kansas City Police Department has not officially said the van reportedly used in the murder of Kansas City attorney Tom Pickert was registered to 79-year-old businessman David Jungerman, local newscasts have made...

Kansas Justice Institute convinces Osage County to rescind parade ban

The residents of Osage County, Kansas, were planning to attend an Easter car parade when it was canceled by the Osage County Health Department.  According to reports, the County Health Department deemed the parade...

April jobs: private sector down 10.5% , state gov’t. steady

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly's mandatory shutdown order caused the loss of almost 122,000 private-sector jobs in April, but state government jobs held steady according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Private-sector employment plummeted 10.5% compared...
school funding

Senate Committee to Examine School Funding Announced

Kansas Senate President Susan Wagle appointed a select committee to examine education funding, following a Kansas Supreme Court decision that ruled current funding calculations inadequate. Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning, R-Overland Park, will chair...

Lawmaker Proposes Election of State Auditor

Sen. Dennis Pyle, a Hiawatha Republican, is proposing citizens elect a state auditor for one, four-year term. The auditor would be required to find enough government waste and fraud to pay for itself, otherwise...

Kansas AG, Secretary of State Weigh In on Dreamer Program

According to the Hill, rumors are circulating that President Trump may cancel the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. The Obama-era policy, also known as the Dreamers program, allows individuals who were brought to the United...