Professor Phill Kline was the 2012 recipient of the Roger C. Bern award at Liberty University School of Law (LUSOL). The award was presented to him at the annual Barristers’ Banquet by two of his third year students, Ann Higgins and Kristal Dahlager.
Speech History Shines Light on Obama’s Choice to Speak in Osawatomie, Kansas Watchdog, Dec. 4, 2011.
Links to TEA Parties held in Kansas during mid-April 2011 originally posted to www.Kansasmeadowlark.com:
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 [...]
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 [...]
I’ve been too busy to post new material on my Kansas Meadowlark blog for some time. Instead of killing this site that’s been online since April 2004, I thought I’d try an experiment with a “Drudge Report“-like site that focuses on Kansas news. Hopefully, this style might be useful to others and less time-intensive to [...]
Vicki Behenna, mom of imprisoned soldier Michael Behenna, appeared on the Jim Cates CJOnline radio program on Friday, Sept. 24 to talk about her son and other soldiers imprisoned at the U.S. Military Disciplinary Barracks at Leavenworth. Listen to the Jim Cates’ interview of Vicki Behenna: Powered by Podbean.com Download the MP3 from CJOnline. Near the end [...]
For more information Facebook page Partial Listing for Kansas See video from Life Chain in Overland Park on Oct. 4, 2009:
From ConsensusKC: Can we stop the yelling? (And should we?) In March, Americans protesting health-care legislation called Congressman Emanuel Cleaver a racial epithet as he walked into the Capitol. Around the same time, a USA TODAY poll reported that more than two-thirds said Americans “should be ashamed of the way elected officials acted” during the [...]
Related: Attorney General Steve Six and colleagues continue effort to crack down on online human trafficking, Sept. 21, 2010. Hawaii-based Thai Human Trafficking Victims in Limbo, Hawaii Reporter, Sept. 14, 2010. Not Forsaken: Reaching Sex Slaves in Mid-America, CBN News, Aug. 28, 2010. Missouri Men Face Charges in Horrific Sex Torture, Trafficking Case, Sept. 9, [...]