Here are highlights from Voice for Liberty and WichitaLiberty.TV for 2017.
Posts published in “Wichita news media”
Opinions vary on economic development incentives, but we ought to expect to be told the truth of the details.
Should the Wichita Eagle, a city's only daily newspaper and the state's largest, be concerned about the parties to its business relationships?
He's no longer on AM radio at KQAM, but people still want to hear him. So for now there's the Joseph Ashby Show podcast.
A Wichita business newspaper's editorial ignores the history of our local economy. Even the history that it reported in its own pages.
The Wichita Eagle avoids reporting and editorializing on an issue that is saving Wichita over one hundred million dollars. We wonder why.
I wonder if the reporters and editors at Wichita Business Journal can see the rich irony in this article.
Wichita Eagle Publisher Roy Heatherly spoke to the Wichita Pachyderm Club on January 15, 2016.
Wichita Eagle reporting on a controversy involving religion might leave discerning readers wondering just what is the correct story.
A Wichita newspaper op-ed is either ignorant of, or decides to forgive and excuse, bad behavior in Wichita government, particularly by then-mayoral candidate Jeff Longwell.
In its coverage of the 2015 election, the Wichita Eagle prints several stories that ought to cause readers to question the reliability of its newsroom.
How Wichita Eagle news stories label outside organizations is a window into the ideology of the paper's newsroom.
The Wichita Business Journal has relaunched and starts its new life with features on Koch Industries and an extended interview with Charles Koch.
Correcting the Wichita Eagle's facts will place the importance of the farm bill to Kansas in proper perspective.
Today former KAKE Television news reporter Jared Cerullo appeared on the Joseph Ashby Show.
On the Joseph Ashby Show, the host commented on Wichita news media, and drew some conclusions about anti-conservative bias in Wichita news media.
When presented with evidence of errors in its stories, the Wichita Eagle, Kansas' largest newspaper, is not being responsive in correcting its errors.
Yesterday's primary election in Kansas provided a measure of the influence of the Wichita Eagle editorial board. Voters ignored many of its endorsements, indicating that the newspaper -- its editorial side, at least -- is increasingly out of touch with its readers.
The Wichita Eagle editorial board has made its endorsements for offices in the August 3rd Kansas primary election. Before voters decide whether to rely on these recommendations, they deserve some examination.
In my article Wichita city hall silent on handling of ethics issue, I made a mistake in stating that a ready-to-print story was canceled by Wichita Eagle newsroom management. Eagle editor Sherry Chisenhall informs me that the newspaper did perform research as I reported, but the matter never advanced to a story that was ready for publication. Therefore, there was no story to "squash," as I reported.