A recent Meadowlark article, More new Democrats than Republicans register to vote in Kansas in 2008, gave statewide totals for 2007 and 2008 through early Sept. This article analyzes differences in new voter registration by the four Kansas congressional districts in the same two years. Future articles will look at new voter registration by State [...]
The Bottom Line Communications blog on Wednesday reported that ALL female KC Star Editorial Columnists Hate Palin:
Last week the Campaign Disclosure Project gave Kansas a “better” grade in campaign disclosure for 2008. We’ve “improved” all the way to a “D+” from an “F” a few years ago. Sadly, even worse than this grade is the reporting of campaign finance stories by the Kansas press.
[Updated] A look at new registered voters in Kansas in 2008 shows slightly more new Democrats have registered to vote statewide than new Republicans, but Republicans had the edge in 2007. However, there were more new unaffiliated (“independent”) voters than either Democrats or Republicans. The number of new Reform or Libertarian party voters statewide is [...]
The October PC Magazine named Kansas State University the Number 2 High-Tech College for 2008. PC Magazine explained “there’s pride in the home team, pride in academic achievement, and certainly pride in your college or university’s technological advancement.” Certainly, all Wildcats can take pride in their team, their academic success, and their high-tech school.
In recent weeks the Meadowlark flew through the outer arms of three hurricanes (Gustav, Hanna, and Ike) even though travel outside of Kansas in recent years has been rare. The cloud layers and cloud variety in these hurricane arms is fascinating. Yesterday while flying back to Kansas City through the Dallas airport and the arms [...]