In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: Karl Peterjohn and Bob Weeks provide a preview of the congressional and gubernatorial election for the Wichita area in November 2018.
Posts tagged as “Kris Kobach”
Conservatives and liberals alike are fearful about expanded school choice in Kansas, but will it really kill the public schools?
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State and Candidate for Kansas Governor. This is part of a series in which all major Republican candidates will speak.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is a candidate for the Republican Party nomination for Kansas Governor. He joins Bob and Karl to make the case as to why he should be our next governor.
A Wichita statistician is thwarted in efforts to obtain data that might explain a strange observation.
Wichita Eagle labels hold a clue to the newspaper’s attitude, Kansas Democratic Party income tax reckoning, straight-ticket voting could leave some issues unvoted, and how a minimum wage hike would harm the most vulnerable workers.
There are several issues involved with straight-party voting. Kansas shouldn't adopt this practice. But on the other hand, why not?
Here’s a map I created of the vote percentage Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach received by precinct.
Candidates for Republican party nomination for Kansas Secretary of State spoke at the Wichita Pachyderm Club on July 18, 2014.
"Every election is a sort of advance auction of stolen goods." Whether the sale is implicit or explicit, it doesn't change what's happening. There's no need to create new laws or enforcement powers.
Today: Regulation, Wichita city government, George Soros, Kansas Supreme Court, Kansas Secretary of State, Wichita Pachyderm Club, Kansas legislature.
Today: Education, Initiative and referendum, Jerry Moran, Kansas fourth district, Kris Kobach, Mark Parkinson, Raj Goyle, Regulation, Rhonda Holman, Sam Brownback, School choice, and Wichita Pachyderm Club.
Following is an op-ed by Paul Jacob that recently appeared in the Wichita Eagle, although this is the version he sent to me. Jacob is president of Citizens in Charge Foundation, a national organization that promotes the rights of initiative and referendum. The citizens of Kansas enjoy neither of these.
In debates over public policy, words matter. But readers recognize that words represent the opinion of the writer, and as such can be incorrect, misinformed, or simply stating a preference that the reader may disagree with.
Analysis of Kansas primary election results by Chapman Rackaway and Denis Boyles.