Campaign finance reports reveal special interest groups working to elect candidates. Their efforts to mold a candidate's thinking appear to be working.
Posts tagged as “Special interest politics”
An op-ed by an advocate for more highway spending in Kansas needs context and correction.
As Wichita enters campaign season for mayor and city council, will any candidates call for implementing a reform that we desperately need in Wichita?
Public Choice economics applies realistic insights about human behaviour to the process of government, and is extremely helpful for all those who have an interest in -- or work in -- public policy to understand this discipline.
A prominent special interest group is spending on advertising for Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas.
An editorial in a Kansas newspaper exposes a dangerously uninformed and simplistic view of politics and democracy. Then, will Kansas school leaders and newspapers tell us the hidden truths about Kansas school test scores?
In addition to receiving taxpayer subsidies and benefiting from mandates to buy their product, wind power producers largely escape the burden of property taxes, writes Dave Trabert of Kansas Policy Institute.