There is a new conservative blog in Kansas, Cold Friday. It describes its goal as "to provide thoughtful opinions on current events and the moral issues of the day."
Posts tagged as “Kansas news media”
The Sentinel's Danedri Herbert joins Bob Weeks to discuss the upcoming gubernatorial debate, the Kansas Legislature's website and transparency, and accountability in government.
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: KPTS President and CEO Victor Hogstrom. This was recorded December 15, 2017.
The Wichita Eagle's coverage of the number of workers in Downtown Wichita isn't fake news, just wrong news.
Kansas taxpayers need to have a say in the massive new spending schemes appearing at the statehouse, writes Karl Peterjohn.
Listening too often to Topeka politicians and administrators can leave a normal person feeling rather jaded, even used. Or maybe it’s the reporting, sometimes I just don’t know, writes Paul Waggoner.
Discussions of public policy need to start from a common base of facts and information. An episode shows that both our state government and news media are not helping
Danedri Herbert of The Sentinel joins Bob Weeks and Karl Peterjohn to discuss news reporting and politics in Kansas.
Should the Wichita Eagle, a city's only daily newspaper and the state's largest, be concerned about the parties to its business relationships?
Here are highlights from Voice for Liberty for 2016. Was it a good year for the principles of individual liberty, limited government, economic freedom, and free markets in Wichita and Kansas?
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.
Wichita sells a hotel, more subsidy for downtown, Kansas newspaper editorialists fall for a lobbyist's tale, how Kansas can learn from Arizona schools, and government investment.
The editorial boards of two large Kansas newspapers have shown how little effort goes into forming the opinions they foist upon our state.
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club this week: Martin Hawver, dean of Kansas Statehouse press corps, briefed members and guests on the state of Kansas politics.
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: New outlets for news, and criticism of the existing. Is Kansas government "hollowed out?" Ideology and pragmatism.
An editorial in the Kansas City Star criticizes a Kansas free-market think tank.
Kansas Center for Economic Growth, often cited as an authority by Kansas news media and politicians, is not the independent and unbiased source it claims to be.
The Wichita Eagle avoids reporting and editorializing on an issue that is saving Wichita over one hundred million dollars. We wonder why.
The average Kansan is misinformed regarding Kansas school spending, and Kansas news media are to blame, writes Paul Waggoner of Hutchinson