Brownback continues his close ties to — no, promotion of — provably corrupt Kansas City banker. Campaign won’t comment.
This past Saturday in Overland Park, the Kansas Republican Party held its bi-annual meeting with committee members. I am one of about 150 state delegates. We approved what long-time conservative mover Tim Golba called the best state party platform he’d ever seen, and I’m very pleased with this development. At the meeting, I distributed the attached document to my fellow committee members, highlighting the point | Read More »
Another Sam Brownback campaign co-chair attacks citizen, this time a Catholic leader
A well-known Kansas City young-adults leader for the Catholic Church was recently attacked by the city government that is overseen by Brownback committee member and Overland Park Mayor Carl Gerlach. I’ve Emailed Gerlach, and only his city attorney replied to me. The city attorney merely reassured me that no law was broken, and he did not even attempt to dispute the accuracy of what I | Read More »
Recession? Kansas college adds 80 administrators. Appropriately, board chair is named Jon Stewart.
My most recent political Email (click to view a more reader-friendly format, with pictures): Tuesday, March 16, 2010 Promise of “hiring freeze” broken: Eighty (80) new administrators at Johnson County Community College In the real world, Americans are suffering. At the largest Kansas college, it’s a liberal utopia. JCCC leaders sell out taxpayers to win favor with the KNEA teachers union, adding 80 new first-time administrative | Read More »
Sam Brownback’s campaign team now willing to attack major conservative news organizations
Sam Brownback cannot be taken seriously while ex-banker Lynn Mitchelson remains a campaign co-chair. Some questions for future Kansas Governor Sam Brownback: Why did you choose a provably corrupt public official to be a campaign co-chair? Why is part of your campaign team giving a no-bid legal contract to the Democratic Party Chairman’s law firm, at the largest Kansas college, and when the college’s lawyer | Read More »