Great news: financial update on Kansas races (2nd, 3rd, Senate).
As the second quarter comes to a end, some of the financial reports for candidates have become public. And the news was tremondous for Republicans, and more importantly, conservatives. I’ll start with the biggest story: 3rd district: The likely challenger to six-term Democratic incumbent Dennis Moore out-raised him, $480,000 to $336,000. Nick Jordan, who still has to win the August 5th primary (though there’s not | Read More »
Add your name to the 1.36 million saying, “Drill Here, Drill Now, Pay Less”
As any casual observer knows, the issues of gas prices has become the #1 issue this political campaign. And the best short-term fix — increased domestic oil supply — is supported by 73% of the nation. In light of this, Newt Gingrich’s group, American Solutions, has started a petition: “Drill Here, Drill Now, Pay Less.” It has spread very fast, garnering 1,366,326 signatures in two | Read More »
Jim Ryun: the best candidate but room for improvement (KS-2)
First-time poster alert. Jim Ryun, a U.S. Representative from 1996-2006, is running again for office. Before he gets the Republican nomination, however, he has to defeat former State Senator and Treasurer Lynn Jenkins — which, according to most polls, won’t be tough. That’s a good thing, as Jenkins shares many positions with Nancy Boyda: both have voted for higher taxes, both are generally pro-abortion, and | Read More »