From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: David Kensinger, President of Kensinger and Associates. His topic was “The Early Returns of the 2020 Presidential Election."
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From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Mike Kuckelman, who is chair of the Kansas Republican Party. This audio presentation was recorded on June 28, 2019.
In Wichita, we see another example of how once government starts a surveillance program, the urge to expand it is irresistible.
A City of Wichita town hall meeting ends in less than nine minutes, with a question pending and unanswered.
In Wichita, we see another example of how once government starts a surveillance program, it probably won't produce the promised results, yet will be expanded.
A former Kansas government official criticizes Kansas Policy Institute.
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.
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: Radio Show Host Joseph Ashby joins host Bob Weeks to talk about Kansas judges, Kansas schools, and presidential politics.
From Kansas Policy Institute and the Kansas Chamber of Commerce, a new website with facts about the Kansas budget, economy, and schools.
Why would a candidate split sentences in order to create an untruthful claim about his opponent?
Kansas taxpayers should know their tax dollars are helping staff campaigns for political office.
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: New outlets for news, and criticism of the existing. Is Kansas government "hollowed out?" Ideology and pragmatism.
Comments by two Wichita city council members give citizens more reasons to be cynical and distrusting of politicians.
Even if NAEP "proficient" is a lofty goal, it illustrates the shortcomings of Kansas public schools, especially for minority students.
On Facebook, a citizen makes an appeal to her cousin, who is a member of the Kansas Legislature.
Wichita city officials say they have worked hard to eliminate waste. Well, except for this.
On election day, Wichita city council member and mayoral candidate Jeff Longwell appears to have ducked an inconvenient vote and would not say why.
Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer and the city council are proud of their citizen engagement efforts. Should they be proud?