We need grassroots support this weekend!
The Kansas Senate does plan to vote on HB 2199, The Second Amendment Protection Act. The problem is Senate President Wagle and Vice President King, with direction from Attorney General Schmidt, are looking to remove the most essential part of the bill: arrest of federal officers who violate the Second Amendment rights of Kansans.
Leadership in the Senate has indicated they wish to replace the…Continue
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It is going to be a busy legislative session in Topeka this year. There are several bills that have been introduced that need to be passed to strengthen our liberties in Kansas. With all of us working together, we have a very good chance of these passing.
Here is your action list for this week! We will send out updates as we get new information.
1. Contact all committee members of each bill and ask them to vote YES!
2. If possible, come to Topeka…Continue
During this election season, you will hear politicians promise to 'fix the income tax' code. The media will report on various options such as the flat tax, or the extension of the Bush tax cuts. What you won't hear is a serious discussion of the FairTax Bill HR25/S13 which would end the IRS, stop all taxation of wealth creation, provide a transparent, easily understood tax code that applied to everyone equally, and doubles the economy in fifteen years.
So, why the silence? Power and…Continue
Many of us are up in arms about the recent decision of The U.S. Supreme Court which upheld The Affordable Healthcare Act, better known as Obama Care.
In recent years, particularly after the tax cuts that were enacted in 2001 and 2003, there are proponents of the left that are making statements of facts, but these facts were based on a different historical context than what will be written in history of these times. In the 1950s, the tax rates in the United States the top tax rate was 91% on incomes over $400,000. At today’s the average income, the marginal bracket, if we were to restore those rates, would be 56% (…Continue
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"And just when it looked like things had bottomed out for her, the Cook Political Report, a respected political handicapping service, moved the 2012 Senate race in Missouri from “lean Democratic” to “toss up” late Thursday."Related:… Continue
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If the Governor's proposed budget cuts are implemented, Wisconsin’s public employees will still have benefit plans more generous than most workers across the country, especially when compared to those middle class workers in the private sector - the ones paying the taxes which employ these protesting unionists!
Obviously, no one taught these spoiled children that there is no money…Continue
Added by locomotivebreath1901 on February 18, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
From Dr. David McGehee, Superintendent of R-7 School District in today's LS Tribune:
"R-7 voters failed to approve a levy issue on Feb. 8 by a 63 percent majority, according to unofficial results released by the Jackson County Election Board on Tuesday evening.""Failed to approve."
Added by locomotivebreath1901 on February 9, 2011 at 12:02pm — No Comments
It rarely is, especially for govt. entities, and that’s the problem.
I urge citizens to VOTE NO to increased property taxes for Lee’s Summit R-7 School District on Feb. 8th.
Cities, counties, and state governments, as well as citizens are all facing budget crunches. Down sizing, cut-backs and layoffs are the watch words in this new decade. No one likes to see their neighbor lose their job. National unemployment is near 10% – far above the LS R-7…
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