Senator Jim DeMint speaking on the topic Convention of States at the Wichita Pachyderm Club.
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Former United States Senator Jim DeMint joins Karl Peterjohn and Bob Weeks to talk about the Convention of States. David Schneider, regional director for Citizens for Self-Governance also appears.
Another Wichita Eagle publisher Wichita Business Journal: “McClatchy Co. spokeswoman Jeanne Segal told the Wichita Business Journal on Wednesday that Kelly Mirt has resigned and…
By Karl Peterjohn While it has become increasingly common for members of the U.S. Supreme Court to make news by public comments, particularly during their…
David Schneider of Citizens for Self-Governance joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to explain the Convention of States project.
Kansas governments are trying -- again -- to expand their powers to take property to the detriment of one of the fundamental rights of citizens: private property rights.
Another nonsensical editorial from the Wichita Eagle.
Do the justices on the Kansas Supreme Court make new law? Yes, and here is another example.
Do the justices on the Kansas Supreme Court make new law? Yes, and here is an example.
While many believe that judges should not "legislate from the bench," that is, make law themselves, the reality is that lawmaking is a judicial function.
The political left's campaign to silence opponents and reorder society in accordance with their personal beliefs is in many ways the single greatest threat to America's experiment in self-governance, writes Mark Holden.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation achieves a victory for free speech and free association.
Kansas progressives and Democrats oppose a judicial selection system that is used by U.S. Presidents, both Democrats and Republicans.
David Bobb, President of The Bill of Rights Institute, explains freedom of speech and its importance.
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: David Bobb, President of The Bill of Rights Institute, talks about civic education and the importance of humility.
As we approach another birthday of Milton Friedman, here's his article where he clears up the authorship of a famous aphorism, and explains how to really get a free lunch
A forthcoming book by Charles Murray holds an intriguing idea as to how Americans can reassert liberty: Civil disobedience. Make the federal government an "insurable hazard."
Citizens in Wichita have been busy exercising their rights of initiative and referendum at the municipal level. The Kansas Legislature should grant the same rights to citizens at the state level.
Campaign season provides an opportunity to see just how malleable candidates' positions can be, leaving us to wonder if some have any firm and guiding principles.
While many believe that judges should not "legislate from the bench," the reality is that lawmaking is a judicial function. In a democracy, lawmakers should be elected under the principle of "one person, one vote." But Kansas, which uses the Missouri Plan for judicial selection to its highest court, violates this principle.