Kansas Republican senators should pass the Health Care Freedom Amendment, writes U.S. Representative Tim Huelskamp.
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Where are reasonable Kansas Senate leaders, asks Alan Cobb of Americans for Prosperity Foundation.
Today: Tax cuts = extra income?; Revenue-neutral tax reform; Peterjohn to speak; Southwest to fly to Wichita; Kansas economic development incentives; Story is broken.
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: Kansas House Appropriations Chair to speak; Sebelius responds to waivers inquiry; Brownback to Sebelius: No thanks; 'Nullify Now' tour in Kansas City; 'Birth of Freedom' screening.
Evidence that a business seeking regulatory approval of its project enjoyed an apparently close relationship with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment should not be surprising: regulatory capture is a non-partisan sport.
Kansas needs to reduce its state and local tax burden in order to grow the private sector, says Dave Trabert of the Kansas Policy Institute.
Outgoing Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson has released a list of his favorite achievements, almost all of which decreased economic freedom and business vitality in Kansas.
Analysis of Kansas primary election results by Chapman Rackaway and Denis Boyles.
This week the Kansas Department of Health and Environment will hold public hearings on the expansion of the coal-fired steam electricity generating unit at Holcomb. This plant became controversial when KDHE Secretary Rod Bremby denied a permit on the basis of the plant's carbon dioxide emissions. That was the first time a permit had been denied for that reason.
At an event this afternoon in Wichita, bipartisanship and reaching across the aisle -- plus some Sam Brownback bashing -- was the theme as outgoing Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson endorsed the team of Kansas Senator Tom Holland of Baldwin City and fellow Senator Kelly Kultala of Kansas City for the Democratic Party nomination for Kansas governor.
Larry J. Sabato, who is director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, is a respected analyst of national who publishes Sabato's Crystal Ball, an informative look at campaigns and races around the country.
In the most recent issue Sabato takes a look at 2010 gubernatorial races and concludes that "There’s now no question that the gubernatorial turnover in November will be historic." He estimates that Republicans will add six or seven states to the count of those states with Republican governors
News from alternative media around Kansas for January 20, 2010.
"Possibly to avoid any confrontation with concerned citizens who have read the proposed health care legislation in Congress, HHS Secretary Sebelius will hold a conference call on Friday with health care activists and SEIU members."
The radical environmentalist group Earthjustice is again meddling in Kansas energy policy. They've sent a "warning letter" to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
Today the Flint Hills Center for Public Policy reports on the rapid growth in government jobs in Kansas. This is taking place at a time when the private sector is rapidly shedding jobs.
"Kansas continues to lose jobs in the private sector as the number of government employees grows. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Kansas lost another 10,500 private sector jobs in April but added 800 state and local government jobs."
The Kansas Meadowlark wonders about construction equipment moved into place apparently just for effect: Tax dollars for props for Biden’s visit to Overland Park? Wasteful spending for Biden to avoid?
Wichita TIF development, Kansas coal, Carl Brewer on downtown, Dick Coe on crash and recovery, Fox's Glenn Beck.