AFP Kansas event features Malkin, satirist O’Rourke

This Wednesday April 28 Americans for Prosperity-Kansas is holding its annual “Day at the Capitol” event in Topeka. This year’s event features nationally-known speakers, as AFP-Kansas State Director Derrick Sontag explained in an email conversation:

“We’re excited to have Michelle Malkin, P.J. O’Rourke, and many other great speakers join us for our annual Day at the Capitol. This is a year in which it is especially important for our grassroots activists to take time out of their busy schedules to make the trip to Topeka and advocate for a more limited and responsive government. One that doesn’t place the state legislature’s spending problems on the backs of taxpayers by increasing taxes. Activists will receive updates on the prominent federal issues of the day, along with hearing from legislators and experts concerning our state budget and the multitude of tax increase proposals before the Kansas Legislature.”

Besides Malkin and O’Rourke, AFP Foundation President Tim Phillips and Vice President of Policy Phil Kerpen will speak. The event will end with a rally on the Statehouse steps.

Registration for the event is $20 and may be done accomplished online by clicking on More information about the event is there, too.

A free bus trip from Wichita is available. Contact John Todd at [email protected] or 316-312-7335, or Susan Estes, AFP Field Director at [email protected] or 316-681-4415 to reserve a spot on the bus.

1 Comment

  • Dismal Scientist -

    Aahh the Kochtupus brings in two key-note neo-cons to speak about economic freedom. Vote Libertarian! Rothbard is GOD!

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