Gov. Sam Brownback’s $135 million contract with Accenture is “illegal” – Republican Rep. Trent LeDoux
Holton, Kansas, Rep. Trent LeDoux – “My concern is this contract with Accenture, which, in my opinion, is an illegal contract.” Shawnee, Kansas, Rep. John Rubin, former federal judge and FDIC Regional Counsel — “The darn thing [ObamaCare] is unconstitutional. Why would we take steps in Kansas to implement anything?” Topeka Capital-Journal: A small, defiant group of House Republicans joined forces with the tea-party flavored Union of Patriots to | Read More »
Video – Kansas is quietly helping ObamaCare, through Gov. Brownback’s $160 million federal Medicare grant
An important video to watch, from a recent Overland Park seminar sponsored by the Union of Patriots (their Facebook page is here). First, here is a speech by Rep. Charlotte O’Hara, the only legislator willing to publicly criticize a needless $160 million project by Sam Brownback that is deeply intertwined with ObamaCare. Overland Park Rep. O’Hara was removed from a health care committee by Speaker | Read More »
Friday night in KC, Saturday in Wichita: Free event on ObamaCare and immigration reform.
I encourage you to attend a free event this weekend, focusing on three important topics: ObamaCare, immigration reform, and tax reform. It’s Friday night in Overland Park, and Saturday in Wichita. No, Wichita is not like it’s portrayed in “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.” It’s co-sponsored by two Kansas City-area center-right groups: the Union of Patriots and FairTaxKC. I think you’ll find this event educational, even if you | Read More »
It’s Not Just A Messaging Problem: Only 15% Of Likely Voters Think ObamaCare Will Lower Health Costs
Rasmussen: The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely U.S. Voters shows that 57% at least somewhat favor repeal of the health care law, including 46% who Strongly Favor repeal. Thirty-seven percent (37%) at least somewhat oppose repeal, with 25% who are Strongly Opposed. (To see survey question wording, click here.) … Just 34% of voters now think the health care law will be good | Read More »