For one Kansan, hope springs eternal

Following is commentary and reporting from Patricia Houser, a former resident of Wichita now living in St. Paul, Kansas. She and her husband have five children and two grandchildren. She is active in her church and Boy Scouts of America, and is the Neosho County Republican Party Chair. She says her political activism began with the prolife movement in Wichita's Summer of Mercy, and dedicates her time helping prolife candidates. Lately, I have felt discouraged by the way our current government, on both the Federal and our State (Kansas) level, has displayed an “I don’t care what the people say,…
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Constitution class to be held in Wichita

Constitution and immigration law professor Kris Kobach will be teaching a free class on the history and relevance of the U.S. Constitution. Professor Kobach, a Constitutional law professor at UMKC Law School and former adviser to Attorney General John Ashcroft, is one of America's top authorities on the Constitution. He will be teaching on the original meaning and understanding of the text and how it is coming under assault with the passage of the health care bill and the overall usurpation of power by an ever-expanding government. The class will run three hours in length. The first two hours will…
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