A look at some of the large economic development programs in Wichita and Kansas.
Posts tagged as “Paul Soutar”
Local governments in Kansas are again seeking expanded power to seize property.
Jonathan Williams, Vice President in charge of the Center for State Fiscal Reform at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), spoke on “A National Perspective on Kansas Fiscal Policy.”
Wichita City Manager Robert Layton held a discussion titled "What are Wichita's Strengths and Weaknesses: A Conversation for a Positive Community and City Agenda."
Jeffrey A. Tucker, Director of Digital Development at the Foundation for Economic Education, talks about his new book, “Bit by Bit: How P2P Is Freeing the World" in this presentation at the Wichita Pachyderm Club.
Last week Robert E. Litan delivered a very interesting talk to the Wichita Pachyderm Club. The talk was based on his recent book Trillion Dollar…
Today: Watchdog reporter at Pachyderm; Kansas senators vote for cronyism; Koch = big oil?; Economic freedom; We aren't Greece ... yet.
Today: When government pays, government controls; The moral case for capitalism; Moran to address Pachyderms; Funding pet projects without earmarks; Harm of taxes; Role of prices.
The Sedgwick County Commission has decided to give a consortium of South Central Kansas governments and organizations broad control over community planning funded by a federal grant and based on a United Nations agenda.
Occupy Koch Town protesters show no concern for facts or reason in their politically-motivated attack on Koch Industries, capitalism, and human progress.
Today: Wichita City Council; Crony capitalism; Kansas pensions; Global economics to be discussed in Wichita; Progress, or not; Business and politics.
Today: Wichita city leaders too cozy with developers?; Obama economic strategy questioned; Public vs. private; Kansas tax policy; Petition drive is on; Kansas education scores mixed; 'Federalists' author to appear in Wichita; Kansas gas wells appraisals; Lieutenant Governor in Wichita; Urban renewal.
Steve Anderson, Kansas budget director, explains efforts to improve the Kansas budget.
Government employment is growing, at the expense of the private sector and the strength of our economy.
Today: Education reformer to speak in Kansas; Wichita council candidate websites spotted; schools' funding claims questioned; Kansas schools rated; Insurance costs on the rise in Kansas.
Today: Kansas lags in charter schools, bureaucrats gone wild in Cancun, Obama federal employee pay freeze -- or not, and the moral case against spreading the wealth.
Kansas Watchdog's Paul Soutar is in Massachusetts contributing to coverage of the special election for the United States Senate. Paul filed a report yesterday: Springfield Union Locals Come Out for Coakley.
He's right in the thick of it, too. American Spectator reports in Coakley Supporters Try to Intimidate.