A voice for individual liberty, limited government, and free markets in Wichita and Kansas.
From Bob Weeks:
I started the Voice for Liberty in Wichita in October 2004 in response to what I felt was a misunderstanding of the important issues in the November 2004 elections, especially involving the proposed downtown Wichita arena. I came to realize that the most important issues are these: How much government do we want, at the expense of how much personal liberty, and what is the proper role of government and individual? I saw very little discussion of these important issues, and most importantly, very little media coverage.
So I started this website to explore and report on issues of government, media, and individual liberty in Wichita, Sedgwick County, the State of Kansas, and, to a lesser degree, the United States.
About Bob Weeks
Bob Weeks lives in Wichita, Kansas, where he’s worked for many years as a software engineer and in other information technology jobs. He is a graduate of Kansas University with a degree in business, and of Friends University with a degree in information systems.
In 2004 he started blogging and became active in community and public affairs. He writes the “Voice For Liberty” at WichitaLiberty.org, which focuses on Wichita and Kansas issues from the perspective of individual liberty, limited government, and free markets.
After being downsized out of his Fortune 500 job in 2008, Bob decided to work on his own, which gives him more time to spend on blogging and community activism.
Besides researching and writing for Voice for Liberty, Bob helps work on political campaigns, fills in as guest host on talk radio shows, serves as panelist on public affairs television programs, and hosts his weekly television program WichitaLiberty.TV.