Wichita Eagle Publisher Roy Heatherly spoke to the Wichita Pachyderm Club on January 15, 2016.
Posts tagged as “Kansas news media”
A newspaper op-ed illustrates some of the muddled thinking of Kansas newspaper editorialists, not to mention Brownback derangement syndrome.
Readers of the Wichita Eagle might be excused for not understanding the economic realities of a proposed tax giveaway to a local development.
In this excerpt from WichitaLiberty.TV: In its coverage of the recent election, the Wichita Eagle has failed to inform its readers of city and state issues.
Caution, Kansas newspaper editorialists. Your ideology is showing.
Kansas Meadowlark is the best site for aggregation of Kansas-centric news and opinion.
Let's ask critics of current Kansas economic policy if they're satisfied with the Kansas of recent decades.
An editorial in a Kansas newspaper exposes a dangerously uninformed and simplistic view of politics and democracy. Then, will Kansas school leaders and newspapers tell us the hidden truths about Kansas school test scores?
Dave Trabert of Kansas Policy Institute explains that influence may be shifting from media, unions, the education establishment, cities, counties, and school boards to those with different views -- those of limited government and economic freedom that empower citizens, not an expansive government and its beneficiaries.
A Kansas newspaper editorial is terribly confused about schools and the nature of competition in markets. Then, we already knew that the wind power industry in Kansas enjoys tax credits and mandates. Now we learn that the industry largely escapes paying property taxes.
The Wichita Eagle editorial board rebukes the Kansas Legislature.
Media reaction to the school finance legislation has been pretty predictable, focusing almost exclusively on institutions and ignoring the impact on students, writes Dave Trabert of Kansas Policy Institute.
A Kansas newspaper editorial illustrates that for the establishment, schools -- the institution of public schools, that is -- are more important than students.
When two liberal newspapers in Kansas notice and report the lies told by a Democratic candidate for governor, we know there's a problem.
Correcting the Wichita Eagle's facts will place the importance of the farm bill to Kansas in proper perspective.
Another Kansas newspaper editorial shows that when writing about Kansas school spending, facts are sometimes not observed.
Have college costs exceeded the rate of inflation by just a "tad," as claimed by a Kansas college professor?
Another newspaper editorialist ignores the facts about Kansas schools. This is starting to be routine.
From FBI bomb plots to seven-story toddler trick shots to an unlikely final four run, Kansas kept our attention in 2013. Here is a countdown of the state's top stories this year.
Is the Kansas City Star editorial board uninformed, misinformed, or simply lying to its readers?