It's interesting to look at campaign finance reports. Following, a few highlights on a report from David Dennis, a candidate for Sedgwick County Commission.
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The political left's campaign to silence opponents and reorder society in accordance with their personal beliefs is in many ways the single greatest threat to America's experiment in self-governance, writes Mark Holden.
Do corporations prefer the marketplace or a large and powerful government?
Mark Holden, Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Koch Industries, Inc., speaks about criminal justice reform initiatives Koch is encouraging in and why they're important from moral, constitutional and fiscal perspectives.
"Overcoming obstacles can be a difficult challenge even on a level playing field. We need to change the rigged system that favors the politically connected over the hardworking, honest citizen," writes Charles Koch in a recent edition of Perspectives.
A request for correspondence belonging to a Kansas University faculty member is a blatant attempt to squelch academic freedom and free speech.
Kansas congressional candidate Todd Tiahrt has criticized Charles Koch and Americans for Prosperity, leading us to wonder if Tiahrt understands or embraces the principles of economic freedom and free markets.
The Kansas legislature passed a school finance bill that contains reform measures that the education establishment doesn’t want. In response, our state’s newspapers uniformly support the system rather than Kansas schoolchildren. Then, in the Wall Street Journal Charles Koch explains why liberty is important, and why he’s fighting for that.
The central belief and fatal conceit of the current administration is that you are incapable of running your own life, but those in power are capable of running it for you. This is the essence of big government and collectivism, writes Charles G. Koch.
The Washington Post has published an article that is demonstrably false, and for political reasons.
Why would the Washington Post embarrass itself by republishing a thoroughly discredited attempt to link the Koch brothers to the Keystone Pipeline, wonders John Hinderaker of Powerline.
The attack campaign on Charles and David Koch is a clear sign that Democrats are very worried about November, and they're lashing out at anyone who's bankrolling the opposition.
The donation was the largest in the hospital’s history, and will presumably create a fair number of new nursing jobs. So why are the usual suspects up in arms?
The Wichita Business Journal has relaunched and starts its new life with features on Koch Industries and an extended interview with Charles Koch.
Public officials have a responsibility to uphold the Constitution and use their office to protect the rights of Americans, rather than attack them for their political advocacy, writes U.S. Rep. Mike Pompeo.
We are hopeful this sets the record straight and that in the future Senator Reid and other politicians will stop misrepresenting and distorting Koch’s positions.
The growing partnership between business and government is a destructive force, undermining not just our economy and our political system, but the very foundations of our culture, writes Charles G. Koch.
A campaign is started to help Wichitans learn the importance of economic freedom.
President Obama's attacks on Americans for Prosperity and other conservative groups in 2010 need to be reconsidered in light of recent revelations surrounding the Internal Revenue Service.
A profile of Charles and David Koch in Forbes seems fair and balanced, but there are a few issues.