Kansas Values Institute, using at least $120K of funding from the Kansas NEA PAC, mailed a number of “educational” flyers to potential Kansas primary voters in recent weeks. These flyers likely may confuse a number of Kansas voters about what issues political candidates and groups are for or against.
For example, when did KNEA become a pro-life group? Why is Kansas Values Institute on their behalf insinuating who is or is not pro-life? Read the rest of this entry »
OLATHE, KS. Former law enforcement officer Ed Hayes organized rallies on Friday and Saturday against illegal immigration and what he calls an “invasion on the border.” About 35 attended the Saturday event.
Key points made by Ed Hayes in the video are transcribed below:
00:07 Today’s event is a nationwide event … it’s a rally to educate the folks on what’s going on with the invasion on the border. It’s been an invasion for decades, but it’s got worse recently as everybody knows. … Some of the media is finally reporting some of it. Read the rest of this entry »
The award was presented to him at the annual Barristers’ Banquet by two of his third year students, Ann Higgins and Kristal Dahlager. Read the rest of this entry »
With the troubled nuclear reactors in Japan there is considerable interest in radiation levels and whether radiation might be spreading from Japan to as far away as Kansas.
Recently Kansas Meadowlark reported the background radiation was about normal in Overland Park over the period March 19 to March 21.
At that time the average background level was about 10.2 µR/hr when “normal” ranges up to about 23 µR/hr.
Background radiation readings were within the normal range from my Overland Park office for the period Saturday through Monday. See chart below.
The average exposure during this period was about 10.2 µR/hr with most measurements ranging from about 6 to 14 µR/hr.
A roentgen (R) is an older unit for radiation exposure but is still commonly used. A millionth of a roentgen is a micro-roentgen, which is abbreviated µR.