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Osawatomie, Kansas is located in Miami County. Zip codes in Osawatomie, KS include 66064. The median home price in Osawatomie is $85,500 which is roughly $67/per square foot. More Osawatomie information.

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Sunday Jul 20 | The Capital-Journal

Spirit of Fiesta Mexicana takes up residence in Our Lady of Guadalupe Church

Rev. Jerry Arano-Ponce, pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 201 N.E. Chandler, does a reading during the 10 a.m. closing Fiesta Mass.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

OttawaHerald.com

Nature trail gets $1.9M grant

The trail, which stretches 117 miles between Osawatomie and Herington, and includes a run through Ottawa - has been awarded a $1.9 million federal Transportation Alternatives grant by the Kansas Department of Transportation.

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Sun Jul 06, 2014

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Williams: Government, capitalism get blame for our economic woes

A couple of years ago, President Barack Obama, speaking on the economy, told an audience in Osawatomie, Kansas: " 'The market will take care of everything,' they tell us.

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Fri Jul 04, 2014

The Daily News-Record

#4 - Economic Freedom Dying In U.S.

A couple of years ago, President Barack Obama, speaking on the economy, told an audience in Osawatomie, Kan.: "The market will take care of everything,' they tell us.

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Thu Jul 03, 2014

The Wichita Eagle

Foes in Kansas Senate race both sign health pledge

Independent Women's Voice announced Tuesday that Wolf signed the pledge. It calls for blocking funding to administer the health overhaul and repealing the 2010 law championed by Democratic President Barack Obama.

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Daily World

Walter Williams: Free markets lead to richer citizens

<![CDATA[A couple of years ago, President Barack Obama, speaking on the economy, told an audience in Osawatomie, Kansas: "'The market will take care of everything,' they tell us. ... But here's the problem: It doesn't work. It has never worked. ... I mean, understand, it's not as if we haven't tried this theory." To believe what the president and many others say about the market's not working requires that one be grossly uninformed or dishonest. The key features of a free market system are private property rights and private ownership of the means of production. In addition, there's a large measure of peaceable voluntary exchange. By contrast, communist systems feature severely limited private property rights and government ownership or control of the means of production. There has never been a purely free market economic system, just as there has never been a purely communist system. However, we can rank economies and see whether ones that are closer to the free market end of the economic spectrum are better or worse than ones that are closer to the communist end. Let's try it. First, list countries according to whether they are closer to the free market or the communist end of the economic spectrum. Then rank countries according to per capita gross domestic product. Finally, rank countries according to Freedom House's "Freedom in the World" report. People who live in countries closer to the free market end of the economic spectrum not only have far greater income than people who live in countries toward the communist end but also enjoy far greater human rights protections. According to the 2012 "Economic Freedom of the World" report -- by James Gwartney, Robert Lawson and Joshua Hall -- nations ranking in the top quartile with regard to economic freedom had an average per capita GDP of $37,691 in 2010, compared with $5,188 for those in the bottom quartile. In the freest nations, the average income of the poorest 10 percent of their populations was $11,382. In the least free nations, it was $1,209. Remarkably, the average income of the poorest 10 percent in the economically freer nations is more than twice the average income of those in the least free nations. Free market benefits aren't only measured in dollars and cents. Life expectancy is 79.5 years in the freest nations and 61.6 years in the least free. Political and civil liberties are considerably greater in the economically free nations than in un-free nations. Leftists might argue that the free market doesn't help the poor. That argument can't even pass the smell test. Imagine that you are an unborn spirit and God condemned you to a life of poverty but gave you a choice of the country in which to be poor. Which country would you choose? To help with your choice, here are facts provided by Robert Rector and Rachel Sheffield in their report "Understanding Poverty in the United States: Surprising Facts About America's Poor" . Eighty percent of American poor households have air conditioning. Nearly three-fourths have a car or truck, and 31 percent have two or more. Almost two-thirds have cable or satellite TV. Half have one or more computers. Forty-two percent own their homes. The average poor American has more living space than the typical non-poor person in Sweden, France and the U.K. Ninety-six percent of poor parents stated that their children were never hungry because they could not afford food. The bottom line is that there is little or no material poverty in the U.S. At the time of our nation's birth, we were poor, but we established an institutional structure of free markets and limited government and became rich. Those riches were achieved long before today's unwieldy government. Our having a free market and limited government more than anything else explains our wealth.

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Tue Jul 01, 2014

Right Wing News

Economic Freedom

A couple of years ago, President Barack Obama, speaking on the economy, told an audience in Osawatomie, Kansas: "'The market will take care of everything,' they tell us.

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Mon Jun 30, 2014

Washington Examiner

The truth about economic freedom and how markets work

A couple of years ago, President Obama , speaking on the economy, told an audience in Osawatomie, Kan.: "'The market will take care of everything,' they tell us.

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