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FairTax gains momentum as citizen frustration grows

LOCAL GROUP FORMS TO PUSH FOR ENACTMENT (MetroVoiceNews.com) — The national debate over taxation is shifting from the question of whether to alter our current tax system to the question of how ...

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Missouri and Kansas Caught in Sinaloa Drug Cartel’s Grip

From Johnson County, Kansas to Platte County, Missouri: Cartel’s presence is labeled as “significant” By Dwight Widaman | On Feb. 22, Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán, leader of the Mexican-based Sinaloa drug cartel, ...

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A Milton Wolf in sheep’s clothing?

U.S. Senate campaign of Tea Party candidate raises big concerns   NEWS ANALYSIS By John Altevogt | Metro Voice Twenty years ago Eudora insurance agent David Miller started the revolution that today ...

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KU Campus Ministry’s “Queer Christianity” Raises Questions

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“Neutral” topics include: “Crossing Boundaries and Breaking Rules: Queerness as Christian Practice” By Dwight Widaman | The article, “University of Kansas Forums Discuss ‘Queering Christianity'” on the website TheCollegeFix.com has generated a ...

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Some of Our Favorite Church Signs

We think these church sings are pretty funny. What do you think? Have a favorite? Post it to our Facebook page. Click the Kansas City Facebook page on the right of this ...

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Late-Term Teen Abortions Under Scrutiny in Kansas

Kansas Fights to Strip License of Doc Who Sent Pre-Teen Girls for Late-Term Abortions by Kathy Ostrowski | LifeNews.com    The Kansas State Healing Arts Board voted unanimously late last week to ...

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Debate Begins on Kansas Court Ruling on School Finances

KS Supreme Court: Legislators made ‘unconstitutional’ school funding choices By Travis Perry │ Kansas Watchdog OSAWATOMIE, Kan. — In a long-awaited decision, the Kansas Supreme Court on Friday ruled that state lawmakers ...

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Area Teachers, Parents Unite to Oppose Common Core

The idea that it takes a village to raise a child continues to be a popular stance among parents and teachers concerning the educational progress of today’s youth. This is the same ...

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Kansas Moves to Keep State Aid Out of Casinos, Strip Clubs

Effort is to ensure welfare payments are reaching needy children was late, but still welcome. By Travis Perry KansasWatchdog.org — Could Kansas kids be going without necessities because one or both of ...

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Easter Parade and Fun Fair to be held in Gage Park

What better time than Easter to celebrate and have a parade? The city of Topeka is about to have its first ever Easter Parade in Gage Park. The Topeka Easter Parade & ...

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Of Presidents and Peasants

Hundreds of Youth Participate in the 2nd Annual Peasants’ Day Feast Shawnee, Kan. — Today, on President’s Day, instead of just taking a day off from school, hundreds of Kansas City area ...

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Kansans for Life Explains State’s Pro-Life Successes in 2013

by Kathy Ostrowski, KFL Legislative Director | Abortion-supporting groups continue to complain about the increasing number of life-protective legislation passed in the states, particularly Kansas. The pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute places Kansas as ...

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The New Year and Charitable Giving Strategies

By Connie Hougland | When the calendar rolls over to a new year, one of the last things we may want to think about is charitable giving. We are just coming off ...

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Kansans to Rally for School Choice

Should Kansas parents be empowered to choose the best education for each child’s success? A rally for School Choice will be held on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 2 pm on the ...

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A Hope for Today

It seems that Hope, the baby giraffe born in the Topeka Zoo recently, is a symbol of hope for more than just the troubled zoo.

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