Voice For Liberty in Wichita
The Kansas economy under guidance of moderates
Before wishing for a return to the "good old days," let's make sure we understand the record of the Kansas economy.
Kansas revenue questions prompt Bank of KDOT debate
Kansas politicians and lobbyists sense the next six months of state revenue collections will serve as a telling forecast of whether state government leaders will move to dig more deeply into what is referred to by some as the Bank of KDOT.
The Florida Times-Union
Judge tosses Florida districts drawn in 2012 including the sprawling...
Congresswoman Corrine Brown asks a question of Health and Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius during Sebelius' visit to Jacksonville Monday afternoon.
Former GOP, Dem lieutenant governors join Davis campaign
A former Republican and a one-time Democratic lieutenant governor of Kansas signed on Monday as economic advisers to Paul Davis' campaign for governor.
Hays Daily News
Former representative Dan Johnson labeled as 'true patriot'
Dan Johnson, a member of the Kansas House of Representatives representing the 110th district from 1997 to 2011, died Sunday.
The Wichita Eagle
So they said
"Not a chance." - former Obama Cabinet member Kathleen Sebelius , asked Friday whether she'd run for office again in Kansas "I congratulate Thad Cochran on winning the Democratic primary in Mississippi."
Sebelius: I 'made some mistakes'
Former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius acknowledged Friday that she made mistakes leading up to the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, worrying too much about whether there'd be a market for Obamacare and spending "too little time clearly on the technology side."
Air Quality Permit Revives Sunflower Coal Plant Plans in Kansas
But the plant's opponents are not discouraged and cite many obstacles the project must overcome before ground can be broken.
The Federal Octopus
When IRS Commissioner John Koskinen arrogantly told Congress that he had no apologies for an agency that has targeted conservative groups for special scrutiny, had a top-ranking bureaucrat take the Fifth Amendment, and destroyed its own correspondence, he meant it.