A Kansas public policy group celebrates tax increases. But it isn't enough, and more reform is required.
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In Kansas, a governor is proud of savings and efficiencies.
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?
A former Kansas government official criticizes Kansas Policy Institute.
Is Kansas government "hollowed-out" even though spending is rising?
The HHS Inspector General has released an evaluation of the Obamacare website HealthCare.gov, shedding light on the performance of former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius.
If we take the budgetary advice of a former Kansas state budget official, we need to be ready to accept the economic stagnation that accompanied his boss's tenure.
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.
A recent spurt of growth of personal income in Kansas is welcome, considering the history of Kansas in this regard.
The Securities and Exchange Commission found that Kansas mislead bond investors. It ordered the state to implement reforms, which it has.
If voters are relying on a voter guide from Women for Kansas, they should consider the actual history of Kansas taxation and spending before voting.
Before wishing for a return to the "good old days," let's make sure we understand the record of the Kansas economy.
Let's ask critics of current Kansas economic policy if they're satisfied with the Kansas of recent decades.
A committee of the Kansas house of Representatives will consider a bill that would make small but welcome reforms to the Kansas Open Records Act.
It’s over, done, finalized, finito. With the final days and hours of 2013 ticking to a close, we figured it’s a good time for reflection on what the last 12 months have brought the Sunflower State.
This month the New York Times published an editorial that advocates for more spending on Kansas public schools. While getting some facts wrong, the piece also overlooks the ways that Kansas schoolchildren are truly being shortchanged.
Kansas school employment statistics don't reflect the doom-and-gloom stories you may have heard from Kansas political leaders and newspaper editorialists.
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 two highest courts, violates this principle.
It's campaign season, and mail pieces are flying fast, replete with more Kansas Democratic errors.
While the Kansas Democratic Party apologized last week for misstating candidates' voting record on two mail pieces, the party and its candidates continue a campaign of misinformation regarding spending on Kansas public schools.