June 5, 2023

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Category: News

Kobach Opposes Business Filing Fee Hikes

Calling it “punitive,” Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said he opposes a part of Gov. Sam Brownback’s budget plan…

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KC Firefighter Earns 232K in 2016, 100 Make More Than 107K

According to the Kansas City Star, a Kansas City, Missouri, firefighter/paramedic made $232,105 last year, $80,000 more than the fire chief Fire…

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Brownback Hints at School Choice Solution

Gov. Sam Brownback agrees with the Kansas Supreme Court, he said in a statement issued March 1. The Supreme Court…

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Breaking: Kansas Supreme Court Rules School Block Grants Are Inadequate

The Kansas Supreme Court ruled that school funding is inadequate, though justices stopped short of requiring a specific dollar amount…

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Star Concedes Double Standard on “Hate” But Confuses Hate With Terror

In an unusual editorial, especially after a week of over-the-top coverage of the Olathe shooting, the Kansas City Star editorial board conceded…

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Kansas February Revenue Numbers Shrink Shortfall

Kansas revenues beat projections for the fourth month in a row, the Kansas Department of Revenue announced March 1. The…

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Is “Ferguson Effect” Still Claiming Kansas City Lives?

On Tuesday evening, as reported by 41 KSHB, the police found a man shot to death on what locals have…

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ABC News Spotlights Wichita’s Response to Trump Speech

ABC News visited Wichita as part of its “Listening to America” series. The tour seeks to share how Americans feel…

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Hispanic Affairs Commission Page Misleads

A dead Facebook page for the Kansas Hispanic and Latino American Affairs Commission, or KHLAAC, appears to be politicking on…

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40 Days for Life Rally Begins Ash Wednesday in Overland Park

  From March 1 to April 9, there will be a 12-hour a day vigil kept daily at the Center…

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Trump Rally Scheduled March 4

Cheryl Degler hasn’t been politically active most of her life, though she recalls her mother working for Republicans when she…

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Wichita Super to Earn Double Governor’s Salary

The Wichita USD 259 Board of Education will pay its newest superintendent more than double what the Kansas Governor earns…

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The Sky Hasn’t Fallen–Top 20 Area Public Elementary Schools All in Johnson County

According to the educational ranking service, Niche, as reported by the Kansas City Business Journal, Johnson County public elementary schools,…

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Media Misleads on Moody’s Investors Service

Moody’s Investors Service warned that a Gov. Sam Brownback tax increase veto was a “credit negative.” The service didn’t downgrade…

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Missouri State Rep Calls for History of Abortion Exhibit

As reported on Missourinet, Republican state rep Mike Moon from the Springfield area wants to create a display representing the history of abortion…

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Kansas House Votes to Restore Mandated Teacher Tenure

Sandwiched between votes to override Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax increase veto and debate to expand Medicaid, it almost got lost…

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$15 Minimum Wage Goes on KC August Ballot, Kansans Hoping It Passes

If local social justice warriors have their way, minimum wage workers in Kansas City, Missouri, could see their salaries nearly…

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Montgomery County Chronicle Uses Parlor Tricks

Add the Montgomery County Chronicle to the list of agenda-driven news sources. The paper published an article, Legislature Unable to…

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Medicaid Expansion Never Says Die

The House Health and Human Services Committee tabled a bill that would expand Medicaid, and Rep. Dan Hawkins declared it…

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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…

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Shawnee Mission North “Indians” Tell Lawrence PC Police to Back Off

Honoring their proud tradition, the “Indians” of Shawnee Mission North have stood firm in the face of PC criticism. The…

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Hartman Pivots from Business to Politics

No one calls him “Willis,” and they haven’t for decades, though that’s his name. Willis “Wink” Hartman gave brief remarks…

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Kansas Dems Look for New Leadership

The chair of the Kansas Democratic Party will not run for re-election. Lee Kinch announced his decision in a letter to…

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Breaking: Tonganoxie School Super Arrested for School Sex Cover-Up

  On Tuesday, prosecutors in Linn County charged Chris Kleidosty, currently superintendent of the Tonganoxie Unified School District, with failing to…

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