Kansas governor and friends use state airplane to see basketball game?
TOPEKA, KANSAS: Kansas Governor Sam Brownback and his guests flew to the NCAA Championship to see the Jayhawks play in the state-owned airplane on so called: "official business". Joining the Governor was his wife, Kansas House Speaker Mike O'Neal, U.S. Representative Kevin Yoder, their wives, and other members of the governor's staff.Full Story
#1 Apr 7, 2012
Yeah, it's only wrong when the other party does it!
#2 Apr 8, 2012
KANSAS GOVERNOR BROWNBACK SHOULD REIMBURSE THE COST OF THE PLANE AND THE PILOT'S EXPENSES FOR THE TRIP.
#3 Apr 8, 2012
I agree with blogsare. There is absolutely no reason to use the state airplane for this type of pleasure. In fact they should get rid of the plan the hanger and the pilot and fly commercial. Show the citizens f Kansas you mean business.
I am 63 years old and have been unemployed for 1.5 years due to an accident in Dec 2010 at work. I have had to see 8 Dr.s because each one of them comes up with a different diagnosis. I have two kids one going off to college which I can"t pay so I have to borrow the money. I am a single parent,and yet I still have to pay my taxes to the state.
#4 Apr 9, 2012
Don't confuse Sam with the reality of real people's lives. Sam just don't care
#5 Jun 2, 2012
Thomas A. Parmalee with the Kates-Boyles Publications reported yesterday that Newcomer Funeral Home is occupying a building that was once owned by Henry Vinson. Parmalee reported Vinson leased the building to mostly Black funeral homes. Parmalee reported Henry Vinson was involved in the White House Sex Scandal in the early 1990's and then went on to purchase funeral homes. Thomas Parmalee did not have any information on the record from Newcomer Funeral Home or Warren J.(Ren) Newcomer. On the Newcomer website, www.NewcomerFamily.com , Warren J.(Ren) Newcomer and his wife Theresa Newcomer state "Families save hundreds and even thousands of dollars at Newcomer". Newcomer Funeral Homes operate in Dayton, Ohio; Louisville, KY; Topeka, KS; New Richmond, IN; Beaver Creek, OH; Cincinnati, OH; Florida; Colorado; Columbus, OH; Toledo, OH;. Thomas A. Parmalee did not state the motivation of the article and the article reported no new events. Thomas Parmalee did not report that Henry Vinson was employed by or had ownership in the funeral home. Newcomer Funeral Home and their association with Henry Vinson has some questioning Vinson's suitability to be in funeral business according to Thomas A. Parmalee. Thomas A. Parmalee also reported Henry Vinson was a minister but he did not report Vinson had officiated at any funeral services at Newcomer or other funeral homes. Thomas A. Parmalee reported there are possible investigations of funeral homes in Ohio by the Ohio Funeral Board.
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