A bill working its way through the Kansas Legislature will give cities additional means to seize property.
Posts tagged as “Rule of law”
A forthcoming book by Charles Murray holds an intriguing idea as to how Americans can reassert liberty: Civil disobedience. Make the federal government an "insurable hazard."
Campaign season provides an opportunity to see just how malleable candidates' positions can be, leaving us to wonder if some have any firm and guiding principles.
I firmly believe that local government’s role is to provide a firm rule of law where there is a level playing field in it with clear rules for everyone to build their future for themselves and their families. This is the very limited role of government for a free people in a liberty loving society, writes Karl Peterjohn.
The Wichita city council voted to recommend that the Kansas Legislature create drivers permits for undocumented workers so they could drive to their jobs.
Overcriminalization has led to the mass incarceration of those ensnared by our criminal justice system, even though such imprisonment does not always enhance public safety, write Charles G. Koch and Mark V. Holden.
A bill in Kansas proposes to toughen penalties for hate crimes, thereby judging people on their thoughts and beliefs rather on their actions.
The Wichita city council should repeal a law that the council doesn't follow.
A request to modify an agreement with the City of Wichita raises the question of why, finally, is the city dealing with an apparent oversight?
Wichita's city attorney is retiring, and the city will select a replacement. There are a few questions that we ought to ask of candidates, such as: Can the city disregard charter ordinances when they inconvenience the council's cronies?