Dr. Theodore Bolema spoke at the Wichita Pachyderm Club on the topics of net neutrality and regulation of the internet.
Posts tagged as “Regulation”
We should be wary of government planning in general. But when those who have been managing and planning the foundering Wichita-area economy want to step up their management of resources, we risk compounding our problems.
Author Lenore Skenazy talks about today’s children and the free-range kids movement.
United States Representative Ron Estes discusses trade, FAA reauthorization and his amendment, entitlement reform, and spending.
Dr. Tom G. Palmer of Atlas Network joins Bob Weeks to explain why the usual approach to foreign aid isn’t working, and what Atlas Network is doing to change the lives of the poor across the world.
More, but likely not all, of the Cargill incentives will be before the Wichita City Council this week.
Fred L. Smith, Jr. is the founder of the Competitive Enterprise Institute. He explains the problems with excessive regulation and a large administrative state.
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?
Decoding and deconstructing communications from KNEA, the Kansas teachers union, lets us discover the true purpose of the union.
The Kansas economy benefits greatly from foreign trade, and we should oppose restrictions on trade, writes Bryan Riley of Heritage Foundation.
In the campaign for Sedgwick County Commission, the incumbent Tim Norton touts his experience, judgment, “intellectual stamina, thirst for data and feedback,” and his efforts in economic development. Following, from January 2013, an example of how uninformed he is regarding basic facts about the Kansas economy.
Sedgwick County Commissioner Tim Norton's record is different from what he has actually done.
A presentation from Westar Energy titled "An overview of Westar Energy -- Solar, Conservation, Community."
Wichita’s economic development, Sedgwick County spending, editorials ignoring facts, your house numbers, Kansas governors, taxpayer-funded political campaigns, and the nature of economic competition.
What did the nation's governors tell their constituents this year?
Thousands of Wichita homeowners may soon be lawbreakers if the city council follows its staff's recommendation.
David Dennis, candidate for Sedgwick County Commission, rewrites his history of service on the Kansas State Board of Education.
Citizen activists were concerned about unleashing a corrupting influence in Wichita City Hall, but they didn’t know it’s already there. Then, the regulatory landscape in Wichita. Finally, what can a pencil teach us about how the world works?