Kansas fourth district

Kansans for Liberty features Alan Keyes, Oathkeepers

Tomorrow, the monthly meeting of Kansans for Liberty features national conservative figure Alan Keyes and a presentation about Oathkeepers. Keyes is in Wichita to endorse the candidacy of Jim Anderson for the Kansas fourth district congressional position. A preview of Keyes' appearance by Wichita Eagle reporter Dion Lefler is at Alan Keyes to stump for Jim Anderson in Wichita. The meeting takes place at noon on Saturday November 21, at Mike's Steakhouse, 2131 S. Broadway (316-265-8122) in Wichita. This meeting will be in the large room with capacity for 100 people. A Thanksgiving-themed buffet lunch will be served for $7.99.
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Pompeo to present to Pachyderms

This Friday, the Wichita Pachyderm Club presents Kansas fourth district congressional candidate Mike Pompeo. This is another in a series of addresses by the Republican candidates for this position. All candidates have either already spoken to the Pachyderm Club or will be invited. All are welcome to attend Pachyderm club meetings. The program costs $10, which includes a delicious buffet lunch including salad, soup, two main dishes, and ice tea and coffee. The meeting starts at noon, although it's recommended to arrive ten minutes early to get your lunch before the program starts. The Wichita Petroleum Club is on the…
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Kansas news digest

News from alternative media around Kansas for November 16, 2009. 2010 Commission advocates tax hikes and wants more K-12 funding (Kansas Liberty) "The 2010 Commission, which monitors school finance, is recommending that Gov. Mark Parkinson and the Kansas Legislature raise taxes to maintain funding for K-12 education. The commission is not only asking that K-12 receives no cuts for fiscal year 2010, but that schools also receive an increase in funding for fiscal year 2011. School districts have threatened legislators that they will pursue a lawsuit if they do not receive the level of funding they have requested." Higher-than-expected demand…
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Alan Keyes to speak at events in Wichita

Alan Keyes, former Reagan administration diplomat, National Security Council member, and presidential candidate, will speak at two events in Wichita supporting the Anderson for Congress campaign. Dr. Keyes will headline a public speech at the Beech Activity Center, 9710 E. Central, on Saturday November 21st at 7:15 pm titled "We the People". General admittance is $10, children 16 and under are free. Special reserve seating and a pre-speech VIP reception with Dr. Keyes is available for $50. Dr. Keyes will host a fundraiser on Monday November 23rd, 7:00 pm at Larkspur restaurant and grill, 904 E. Douglas in Old Town.…
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Goyle holds campaign kick-off event in Old Town

In front of a crowd of enthusiastic supporters at the Pumphouse in Old Town Wichita, Kansas House of Representatives member Raj Goyle held a kick-off event for his campaign for the United States Congress from the fourth district of Kansas. In his brief remarks, Goyle said that after receiving his education out-of-state, he -- unlike many young people -- came back to Kansas. He told how outside Kansas, out state's perception is not what we know it should be. The perception is that we're not forward-thinking or dynamic. So he decided to run for the Kansas House of Representatives in…
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Pompeo announcement stresses health care, energy, national security

Today Wichita businessman Mike Pompeo officially announced his candidacy for United States Congress for the fourth district of Kansas. In his introduction, Cessna CEO and Chairman Jack Pelton praised Pompeo as a businessman, as someone who has signed paychecks. In his address, Pompeo said our government has lost its way. Instead of personal responsibility, this government has advocated welfare. Instead of innovation and entrepreneurship, government has advocated bailouts. Saying that he has not run for public office, he thinks that is an "enormous plus in these times." As a businessman, he has seen the effects of regulation and taxes on…
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Tillman story may leave wrong impression of Wichita tea party

The Wichita Eagle news story Democrat Tillman enters race for 4th District seat may give its readers an incorrect impression of the Wichita tea party protest held on tax day. In the story, the reporter quotes Robert Tillman as saying "Confederate flags (were) flown at the Republican tea party." The first half of this statement is true, but hardly indicative of the sentiment of tea party protesters. I have about 360 photographs that I took at the tea party. Looking at them, I saw one confederate flag. I called Robert Tillman, the subject of the story and whose quote appears…
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Wichita businessman Pompeo files for Congress

"Wichita businessman and Republican leader Mike Pompeo has officially filed papers with the Federal Election Commission enabling him to begin raising funds for a campaign to represent the people of Kansas’ Fourth Congressional District." The full news release is below. Pompeo will speak this Friday, April 10, at a meeting of the Wichita Pachyderm Club. The event is open to everyone, and it's a great opportunity to meet candidates and ask them questions. More information about the Pachyderm event is at Pompeo to speak at Pachyderm. Pompeo files congressional campaign Publish at Scribd or explore others: Magazines & Newspape mike…
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Pompeo to speak at Pachyderm

Candidate for the fourth district seat in the U.S. House of Representatives Mike Pompeo will speak to the Wichita Pachyderm Club this Friday. All are welcome to attend. Lunch is $10, or you may attend the meeting only for $3. At Pachyderm meetings, there's usually plenty of time for the speaker to take questions from the audience. The meeting starts at noon, although those wishing to order lunch are encouraged to arrive by 11:45. The location is Whiskey Creek Steakhouse at 233 N. Mosely in Old Town. You can view a map by clicking on Google map of 233 N.…
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Mike Pompeo congressional launch committee announced

Advance release for readers of the Voice For Liberty in Wichita. Wichita businessman Mike Pompeo has formed a launch committee to support his bid for the United States House of Representatives from the fourth congressional district of Kansas. Additional information will be forthcoming as it becomes available. The fourth district includes Wichita, Sedgwick County, and much of south-central Kansas. Todd Tiahrt of Goddard currently represents this district. This seat is open because Tiahrt is running for the United States Senate. Pompeo is the National Committeeman for the State of Kansas, and is one of three Kansas members on the Republican…
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