Here is your fresh edition of the newsletter from Voice For Liberty. This edition is dated November 22, 2020.
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Further delay in starting the transition to the Biden administration harms Americans. Kansas Republican leaders, please get started.
The effects of the response to the pandemic vary widely among the states.
In Kansas for October 2020, the unemployment rate continued to fall, and both the labor force and the number of jobs rose.
Sedgwick County Republicans have a chance to do the decent thing and avoid the spectacle of a rump county commissioner.
An interactive visualization of employment data, updated through October 2020.
No matter who is president, a large challenge lies ahead, says the Federal Reserve.
For October 2020, total Kansas tax revenue was 7.9 percent greater than last October. Over the four months of the current fiscal year, tax revenue rose by 24.4 percent.
For the Wichita metropolitan area in September 2020, the number of unemployed persons is up, the unemployment rate is up, and the number of people working is down, all by large amounts, when compared to the same month one year ago. The recent trend, however, is positive, although Wichita is recovering slower than the nation.
The effects of the response to the pandemic vary widely among the states, but federal government employment has been little affected.
In Kansas for September 2020, the unemployment rate continued to fall, but both the labor force and the number of jobs also fell.
Explore the economic record of presidents in an interactive visualization.
Attendance at downtown Wichita attractions presented in an interactive visualization.
Trends in attendance at Intrust Bank Arena, the Sedgwick County Zoo, and Sedgwick County Park.
President Donald J. Trump presents himself as tough on Russia, but he opposed and complained about almost all sanctions.
When politicians condemn fake or phony news, it may be of their own making.