In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: United States Representative Tim Huelskamp of Kansas appears to explain the recent budget bill, Obamacare, the government shutdown, the debt ceiling, government spending, and whether he is optimistic or pessimistic about the country's future.
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At a time that conservatives are concerned with the direction Speaker John Boehner is taking in negotiations over the fiscal cliff, he gives conservatives another reason to worry.
Kansas Republican senators should pass the Health Care Freedom Amendment, writes U.S. Representative Tim Huelskamp.
Today: Pompeo meeting tomorrow; Obamacare anniversary; Ambassador Hotel.
Do politics reflect culture, or does culture reflect politics, wonders U.S. Representative Tim Huelskamp of Kansas.
Today: Kansas school forum; Ambassador Hotel to be subject of discussion; Capital gains tax rate; Kan-ed audit; Huelskamp and Sharpton; Education reform blog started; Super PACs.
Today: Kansas school finance; No school choice for Kansas; Federal budget transparency; Open records in Wichita; Cell phone ban while driving; Myths of the Great Depression.
Last week the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 3010: Regulatory Accountability Act of 2011. This law would, if passed by the Senate and signed by the president, would require regulatory agencies to "base all preliminary and final determinations on evidence," among other reforms.
Addressing members and guests of the Wichita Pachyderm Club last Friday, U.S. Representative Tim Huelskamp of the Kansas first district updated the audience on national spending and debt, a health information database that poses privacy risks, and Warren Buffett's taxes.
Today: Wichita City Council; What if the NFL Played by Teachers' Rules?; Do-nothing Hoover?; Kansas school cash; John Locke to appear in Wichita.
Today: Debt ceiling; Was August 2nd a deadline?; Despite drag of government health care, Canada thrives; Kansas government website revamped; Demand is not the problem; Debt ceiling bill.
Today: This Week in Kansas; Kansas taxes; Wichita sales tax; Koch criticism backfires -- again; Tension on debt ceiling issue; Stossel: The Money Hole.
At the RightOnline conference in Minneapolis, U.S. Representative Tim Huelskamp of the Kansas first district told the general session audience that federal spending and debt is a threat to the future of America, and that we must use the opportunity of the upcoming debt ceiling vote to force spending cuts.
Today: Transportation planning; Pompeo, Huelskamp 'no' on debt limit; This Week in Kansas; Kingman is the first; Legislature is through for season; Stossel looks at energy.
Today: The failure of American schools; Professors to Koch Brothers: Take your green back; History and legacy of Kansas populism; Federal grants seen to raise future local spending; Debt observed as sold.
Today: American exceptionalism; Wichita City Council this week; The Great American Bailout; "Not yours to give rally" in Topeka; Kansas Bioscience Authority benefits from exemptions; The presidency in liberal society.
Today: Duplication in federal programs found; bureaucrats can't change the way we drive ... but they keep trying; Wednesdays in Wiedemann tonight; Americans for Prosperity website attacked; Kansas presidential primary pitched as economic development; Huelskamp joins Tea Party Caucus; how government works.
Although the primary is barely over and the general election is nearly three months away, a poll covering the race for United States Congress from the Kansas first district has already been released.
In the hotly contested Kansas Republican primary elections this year, polls generated a lot of interest. In two Kansas Congressional districts, independent polls did a good job of predicting the vote for all candidates except the two winners, and a candidate's own poll may have been undermined by large voter turnout.
Analysis of Kansas primary election results by Chapman Rackaway and Denis Boyles.