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.
In order to increase jobs and prosperity in Kansas, we should seek to reduce state spending as much as possible, thereby leaving more resources in the productive private sector.
A bill to expand developer welfare in Kansas failed to pass, but passed the next day on reconsideration.
A proposed STAR bonds project in Wichita is the latest example of Wichita and Kansas relying on cronyism and business welfare instead of capitalism.
Americans for Prosperity-Kansas applauds Sedgwick County Commission for rejecting public financing for Bowllagio
When the New York Times is concerned about the cost of government spending programs, it’s a safe bet that things are really out of control. Its recent feature reports on economic development incentive programs that are costly and produce questionable benefits.
A profile of Charles and David Koch in Forbes seems fair and balanced, but there are a few issues.