Scanning through Democratic judicial nominee Rachel Bell’s campaign financial disclosure, I saw a name that seemed familiar from beyond the typical donor pool of Metro insiders, lawyers and the like: Takeo Spikes. Sure enough, the entries under “Employer” and “Occupation” … Continue reading →
One of the state’s most successful political operatives will have a one-on-one, public conversation with a certain high-profile client at Lipscomb University next week. Tom Ingram, who most recently worked on former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman’s campaign for the Republican … Continue reading →
By Earl Ofari Hutchinson New America Media
The Pentagon’s defiant pledge to stick with the Rush Limbaugh show, no matter what, bumps up against a few hard and insulting realities. The Armed Forces Network that carries the Limbaugh show is not a priva…
Today: Candidate representatives at Pachyderm; Sedgwick County pre-caucus rally; Libertarian ideals; High Kansas taxes; Harm of individual mandate explained.
The Houston school board doesn’t need a new ethics policy. It’s fine exactly the way it is. Just ask Larry Marshall.
No Houston school trustee has been more vocal than Marshall in opposition to the tighter ethics rules…
One of the most interesting battles in the 2012 primaries will take place in Senate District 22, where Republican State Senator Pat Ward faces Waukee pastor Jeff Mullen. Ward is an assistant leader for the Senate Republicans and is widely viewed as a moderate. Mullen is an outspoken opponent of same sex marriage. Following redistricting, [...]
By Theshia Naidoo, Alice Huffman, Jakada Imani and Allen Hopper
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, yet expecting a different outcome. California has been doing the same thing with drug users for decades, while wasting bil…