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In my previous article I mentioned a talk, “conservatives eating their own,” given by former State Rep. Phyllis Gilmore about a decade ago at a JoCo Kansas Republican Assembly meeting. This story is another example of “conservatives eating their own” and ironically related to the KRA: KRA Formed in 1999 A conservative group named the [...]
Steve Kraske in today’s Kansas City Star wrote about “Tiahrt takes on Moran for comments about Tiahrt’s family“. Congressman Todd Tiahrt made these comments as part of Kansas Day activities in Topeka on Saturday. Here is a video of Tiahrt’s remarks:
Last night Mike Nellis from the Kansas Democratic Party retweeted about Congresswoman’s Lynn Jenkins comments earlier in the day that “Republicans are struggling right now to find the great white hope”: MikeNellis: Nice catch! RT @linesj13: Lynn Jenkins (R-KS) @RepLynnJenkins uses racial terminology in healthcare townhall: http://tinyurl.com/mqb8y7 8/26/2009 10:09 PM MikeNellis: RT @manspeaker: I beleive [...]
Richard Nadler was a political activist, author, commentator, TV personality in the Kansas City area for the last twenty years. Nadler unexpectedly died on May 30, 2009. Jack Cashill gave a tribute to Nadler at the Olathe Republican Party picnic on June 27, 2009. Cashill described Nadler as the “defiantly inappropriate Republican.” Cashill presented the [...]
Yesterday Republican National Committee Chair Michael Steele met with about 70 county, district and state Republican “grass roots” Republican leaders in Overland Park. Some traveled from as far away as Wichita and Salina to attend the event. Steele introduced himself: “I am from you. I am grassroots. I started out licking stamps, knocking on doors, [...]
The Kansas Republican Party met near Salina on Saturday for their summer meeting. Several Republican leaders addressed the group, including U.S. Senator Sam Brownback, who will be a candidate for Kansas Governor in 2010.
Kansas Republicans met in Topeka on Friday and Saturday as part of the yearly celebration of the birthday of Kansas, which turned 148 on Thursday. The highlight of the weekend is the State Central Committee meeting, when new officers are elected. Before that meeting, several receptions and district meetings serve as a platform for elected [...]
JoCo Republicans met on Nov 17 and elected new county officers, as well as 92 delegates, 46 men and 46 women, to the 3rd District Republican Party meeting to be held on Dec 10. In addition, 96 alternate delegates were chosen. “Moderate Republicans”, often called liberals by conservatives, won the entire slate of new officers, [...]
Johnson County Republicans held their reorganization meeting last night to elect new officers and new district delegates. This was one of many county meetings that is part of the statewide reorganization of the Kansas Republican Party. Late on Monday the Kansas City Star reported that 17 elected precinct committee individuals would not be given the [...]