Kansans For Liberty Conservative Activists and TEA Party Leaders the Grass Roots Coalition has asked for a Statewide leadership meeting on Sat. Nov. 16th. We will have a working lunch starting at 12 noon. Lunch will be available off the menu. Topics for discussion 2014 Legislative agenda (below) Red Jackets for grass roots lobbyists Recall petitions […]
We have two Mayors in Kansas that are members of Bloombergs Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG). For the last few years Kansas could be proud we had no Mayors that were members of this misleading anti-gun group due to our previous efforts. Because of our vigilance we discovered that two of our Mayors had […]
(Bonner Springs, KS) – It has come to our attention via an article in the Campus Reform that KU Journalism Professor David Guth turned to Twitter on Monday to suggest he would like to see the murder of children of National Rifle Association (NRA) members at the hands of a deranged gunman. The article […]
War profiteers It’s good to see Americans opposed to bombing Syria. Why would Syrian President Bashar Assad use chemicals? He wouldn’t. He has nothing to gain. On the other hand, the CIA-controlled rebels have everything to gain and nothing to lose. Same old story: Create a lie to get us involved militarily. It’s just like […]
Chances are that these mayors figured they could do the bidding of business lobbyists and open-borders leftists without the citizens of Kansas finding out. Make sure they learn that they can’t sell out the interests of the Kansas people without some pushback. MAYORS SIGNING THE PRO-AMNESTY LETTER TO CONGRESS ABILENE: John F. Ray (P: 785-263-2550) […]
Kansas Celebration of Liberty Event June 8, 2013 – Topeka, KS (video of event) Patricia Stoneking speech rocks!
Celebration of Liberty Event June 8, 2013 – Topeka, KS An outstanding event to celebrate the strong liberty bills passed in the state of Kansas this session. This event is sponsored by the Kansas State Rifle Association and the Kansas Sovereignty Coalition and is scheduled after the Kansas State Rifle Association Annual Meeting on the […]
By Travis Perry OSAWATOMIE — The Wichita City Council is looking to spend millions of dollars in the name of procrastination. After all, why deal today with something you can put off for another four years? Or, at least a few more election cycles. In a 5-2 vote Tuesday morning, Wichita elected officials opted to pursue a six-month […]