Citizens must be persistent and vocal in reminding elected officials of the former or we shall continue to suffer the loss of liberty, writes Dave Trabert of Kansas Policy Institute.
If you spot government waste and you have an iPhone, you can make a difference. There’s now an app for that.
It’s worse than President Obama saying “You didn’t build that.” Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer tells us you can’t build that — not without government guidance and intervention, anyway.
As the Kansas Legislature prepares to end its 2013 session, budgetary and taxation issues remain to be resolved. It’s important that the legislature resolve these issues in a way that positions Kansas for economic growth, rather than retaining the policies that have led to stagnation compared to other states.
The goal of tax reform is to reduce the overall tax burden, not shift it, writes Dave Trabert of Kansas Policy Institute.
Entrepreneurship is important for a growing and dynamic economy. The performance of Kansas in entrepreneurial activity is not high, compared to other states.
No longer is it “Sustainable Communities.” Now it’s “South Central Kansas Prosperity Plan.” Either way, the program is still centralized government planning, with great potential to harm our economy and liberties.