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Kansas newspapers against the children

A Kansas newspaper editorial illustrates that for the establishment, schools -- the institution of public schools, that is -- are more important than students.

Lies of liberal progressives, Sunday edition

A recent television talk show provided viewers a lesson on how the political left lies and distorts in order to score political points against what it sees as easy targets. This activity is necessary to prop up the system of modern American liberalism, which is based on the lie that human freedom and liberty is enhanced by expanding government beyond what is minimally necessary to secure our true rights and freedoms.

Kansas and Wichita quick takes: Wednesday March 2, 2011

Today: Duplication in federal programs found; bureaucrats can't change the way we drive ... but they keep trying; Wednesdays in Wiedemann tonight; Americans for Prosperity website attacked; Kansas presidential primary pitched as economic development; Huelskamp joins Tea Party Caucus; how government works.

Tea party has nothing on Wisconsin union supporters

While the political left like to portray tea party protesters as racist neanderthals hell-bent on violent overthrow of the U.S. government, the tea party has nothing on government union members when it comes to protesting. Union leadership can't bring itself to condemn even the worst excesses of the union protests.

Kansas and Wichita quick takes: Friday December 10, 2010

Today: "This Week in Kansas," Cato scholar to speak on economic freedom, tea party regional blogs, tax rates still a secret, federal spending oversight, high speed rail, New York Times, taxation.

Kansas and Wichita quick takes: Tuesday November 16, 2010

Today: American Majority, Community Improvement Districts, Kansas legislature, Kansas Reporter, Sam Brownback, Tea Party, Wind power, Global warming alarmism, Government spending, Wind power.

Sedgwick County Republicans elect leadership

The Sedgwick County Republican Party met to elect its leadership, and while the party has made improvements in inclusiveness, some still feel left out.

Political attacks not all bad

Dr. Mel Kahn of Wichita State University explains why he believes negative attacks and the accountability they generate are essential to democracy.

Kansas and Wichita quick takes: Tuesday October 26, 2010

Today: Raj Goyle, Free markets, Government spending, Kansas fourth district, Kansas Governor, Kansas legislature, Kansas Policy Institute, Sam Brownback, Tea Party, Tom Holland, Wichita Pachyderm Club, Education, School choice.

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