Winning candidates in the recent Kansas elections had the winning message of reducing spending and taxes, writes Derrick Sontag of Americans for Prosperity.
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A recent Wichita Eagle editorial, “Freeze means big cuts,” said gubernatorial candidate Sam Brownback’s intention to freeze state spending would cause big cuts in services by not replacing federal stimulus money. The unspoken presumptions one must accept to make that leap are (1) every government program and service is essential and (2) every program and service is being provided as efficiently as possible.
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The political website FiveThirtyEight provides an innovative look at political forecasting and also supplies useful information about candidates and political districts.
In its search to find a solution to the problem of funding its government schools, Kansas is overlooking a sure solution: widespread school choice.
So far this election cycle Democrat strategies used against Republicans have included demonization, fear mongering, racism accusations, and voting record fabrications. None of which seem to be working well (here), proving that most people distrust not only politicians but also the liberal media. Regardless, we need to be prepared for the next level of attack: The Democrat October Surprise.
A Gallup poll finds that Americans overwhelmingly believe that teachers should be paid "on the basis of the quality of his/her work." 72 percent of public school parents believe this.
Last week near Emporia Sam Brownback, surrounded by Kansas educators and legislators, laid out the start of his plan for improving Kansas education if he is elected governor.
At an event this afternoon in Wichita, bipartisanship and reaching across the aisle -- plus some Sam Brownback bashing -- was the theme as outgoing Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson endorsed the team of Kansas Senator Tom Holland of Baldwin City and fellow Senator Kelly Kultala of Kansas City for the Democratic Party nomination for Kansas governor.
On Tuesday, United States Senator Sam Brownback formally filed to become a candidate for the Republican party nomination to be governor of Kansas. He also introduced his running mate.
Here’s a message from Americans For Prosperity’s Kansas state director Derrick Sontag about the Wichita Tea Party this Friday. It started with people like you,…
Grassroots movement sweeps into Wichita with anti-stimulus rally WICHITA — Grassroots activists in Wichita will rally outside Sen. Sam Brownback’s office on Friday, to show…
In a letter printed in the February 22, 2008 Wichita Eagle, Sedgwick County Commission Chairman Tom Winters, along with Wichita State University President Don Beggs, praised some Kansas congressmen for being "very effective Washington advocates for south-central Kansas." What the congressmen -- Rep. Todd Tiahrt, R-Goddard, and Kansas Sens. Sam Brownback and Pat Roberts -- did was to "roll up their sleeves and work on many issues that help improve our quality of life in the Wichita area." Sounds like a noble cause, doesn't it?