Jack Cashill – PRO-LIFE KANSAS AG SHAMES INQUISITORS

original link: http://www.wnd.com/2011/02/267425/print/

 

PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM

PRO-LIFE KANSAS AG SHAMES INQUISITORS

Exclusive: Jack Cashill hails Phill Kline’s performance at ethics hearing

Published: 02/24/2011 at 12:00 AM

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JCCC press release, claiming illegally expelled students were not expelled but “temporarily dismissed” – titled, “JCCC goes to court regarding lawsuit”

original link: http://www.jccc.edu/press_releases/2011/gen-lawsuit-injunction.html

Johnson County Community College
Press Release

College Information and Publications
913-469-8500
Julie Haas, associate vice president, marketing communications, ext. 3120
Diane Carroll, writer/editor, ext. 3425
Tyler Cundith, sports information director, ext. 3122


JCCC goes to court regarding lawsuit

01/06/11

Story by Julie Haas

JCCC goes to court regarding lawsuit

A judge in federal court today upheld an injunction a nursing student brought against Johnson County Community College, four of its administrators and a faculty member.

“We are disappointed with the court’s decision today,” said Terry Calaway, JCCC president. “Of course we’ll abide by the judge’s decision and readmit the student to the nursing program. Continue reading

Abortion Industry Eyes Kansas DA Election Anxiously – Part V: DA Kline Defies Media to Run For Full Term

Link: http://www.cashill.com/regional/abortion_industry5.htm

© Jack Cashill

July 25, 2008
Published in WND.com  

Kansas is one of only six states that allows its citizens to petition to form grand juries. The seeming complicity of Attorney General Paul Morrison and other abortion industry beneficiaries with the clinics suggests why this law can be useful. Continue reading

Jack Cashill – Abortion Industry Eyes Kansas DA Election Anxiously – Part IV: DA Kline Tackles Planned Parenthood

Link: http://www.cashill.com/regional/abortion_industry4.htm

© Jack Cashill

July 24, 2008
Published in WND.com  

After nearly six months of dithering on the charges against Dr. George Tiller, Attorney General Paul Morrison re-interpreted the state’s tough late term abortion law to mean that it did not matter whether a woman had a legally justifiable need for an abortion as long as two unaffiliated doctors said she did. Continue reading

Jack Cashill – Abortion Industry Eyes Kansas DA Election Anxiously – Part III: Kline Refuses To Roll Over

Link: http://www.cashill.com/regional/abortion_industry3.htm

© Jack Cashill

July 23, 2008
Published in WND.com  

After abortion industry champion Paul Morrison beat incumbent Phill Kline in the 2006 attorney general race, the largely conservative Republican precinct captains of Johnson County shocked the media and their moderate brethren. Continue reading

Jack Cashill – Abortion Industry Eyes Kansas DA Election Anxiously – Part II: The Abortion Battle Heats Up

Link: http://www.cashill.com/regional/abortion_industry2.htm

© Jack Cashill

July 22, 2008
Published in WND.com  

Upon taking office as Kansas attorney general in 2003, Phill Kline began to review the KDHE (Kansas Department of Health and Environment) reports to see just how it was that late term abortions had actually increased in Kansas after a tough law had been passed to stop them. Continue reading

Jack Cashill – Abortion Industry Eyes Kansas DA Election Anxiously – Part I: Kansas Bleeds Once More

Link: http://www.cashill.com/regional/abortion_industry1.htm

© Jack Cashill

July 21, 2008
Published in WND.com  

Not since 1859, when the citizens of “Bleeding Kansas” approved the Wyandotte Constitution enabling Kansas to enter the Union as a free state, has a Kansas election grabbed the nation’s attention as the one about to take place.

At stake is the District Attorney position in Johnson Continue reading

Operation Rescue – Full 44-Min. Video Interview of Dr. Paul McHugh and Transcript

Link: http://www.operationrescue.org/noblog/fullmchughinterview/

Full 44-Min. Video Interview of Dr. Paul McHugh and Transcript

K.S.A. 65-6703 states: “No person shall perform or induce an abortion when the fetus is viable unless such person is a physician and has a documented referral from another physician not legally or financially affiliated with the physician performing or inducing the abortion and both physicians determine that: (1) The abortion is necessary to preserve the life of the pregnant woman; or (2) a continuation of the pregnancy will cause asubstantial and irreversible impairment of a major bodily function of the pregnant woman.” Continue reading

Topeka Capital-Journal/AP – Kansas incumbents snubbed by endorsements

Link: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/news/ap/politics/2012/Jul/17/kansas_incumbents_snubbed_by_endorsements.html

July 17, 2012

Kansas incumbents snubbed by endorsements

The Associated Press

Some Republican incumbents for House and Senate seats are dismayed that the anti-abortion group Kansans for Life has not endorsed them, despite their records on the issue. Continue reading

Operation Rescue – KS House Speaker’s Failed Leadership Lets Abortionist Off The Hook

Link: http://www.operationrescue.org/archives/ks-house-speaker%E2%80%99s-failed-leadership-lets-abortionist-off-the-hook/

KS House Speaker’s Failed Leadership Lets Abortionist Off The Hook

May 24, 2007 By  3 Comments

Neufeld blocked every effort to bring abortionist Tiller to justice

Topeka, KS — House Speaker Melvin Neufeld’s failed leadership on life issues has allowed late-term abortionist George R. Tiller to continue to flout Kansas law that bans abortions after the 21st week of gestation. After blocking efforts by pro-life groups and legislators to take meaningful action to insure that Kansas abortion laws are enforced, Neufeld proposed a series of ineffective and inadequate plans that served to essentially paralyze the House on the Tiller matter. Continue reading

JCCC Press Release, before 11% tax increase that was deemed necessary directly afterward – “JCCC president Terry Calaway announces his retirement”

Link: http://www.jccc.edu/press_releases/2012/gen-calaway-retirement.html

Johnson County Community College
Press Release

College Information and Publications
913-469-8500
Julie Haas, associate vice president, marketing communications, ext. 3120
Diane Carroll, writer/editor, ext. 3425
Tyler Cundith, sports information director, ext. 3122


JCCC president Terry Calaway announces his retirement

C-Span video – “The Internet: The People’s Media” – Matt Drudge presentation

Link: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/TheInte

“Mr. Drudge discussed the Internet, dubbing it “the people’s media,” and talked about the ways in which news that is not reported in the mainstream media can be generated and reported on the Internet. He focused on the investigations of President Clinton and his reasons for creating the Drudge Report. Following his prepared remarks, Mr. Drudge answered questions from the audience. After the luncheon, he also answered questions from the media.”

Kansas Watchdog – $472,000 in Bonuses in 2009 for City Workers in Overland Park

Link: http://watchdog.org/36611/ks-2010-03-19-472000-in-bonuses-in-2009-for-city-workers-in-overland-park/

 

$472,000 in Bonuses in 2009 for City Workers in Overland Park

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[Editor’s Note:  This is the first of two articles from recent discussions with Overland Park City Manager John Nachbar. The second article will address Overland Park budget reductions of $140 million over the next 5 years.  Also see related Tables and Statistical Charts.]

Bonuses paid to City of Overland Park workers totaled nearly $472,000 in 2009, but according to Overland Park City Manager John Nachbar bonuses will be “dramatically less” in 2010. Continue reading

Kansas Watchdog – Overland Park 2012 Budget Public Hearing

Link: http://watchdog.org/36958/ks-overland-park-2012-budget-public-hearing/

 

Overland Park 2012 Budget Public Hearing

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OVERLAND PARK — A public hearing was held on Monday evening for interested citizens to give city leaders feedback on a proposed 4.1 mill levy increase in city property taxes. Continue reading

Economist Mark J. Perry – Free-fall: Adjusted for inflation, print newspaper advertising revenue in 2012 was lower than in 1950

Link: http://www.aei-ideas.org/2013/04/free-fall-adjusted-for-inflation-print-newspaper-advertising-in-2012-was-lower-than-in-1950/

Free-fall: Adjusted for inflation, print newspaper advertising revenue in 2012 was lower than in 1950

KC Star’s Jim Sullinger on silly “Johnson Countian of the Year” that was chosen by Charles Carlsen & Dick Bond (both “winners”)

Original link: http://midwestdemocracy.com/blogs/entries/ks-lawmaker-alleges-conspiracy-with-johnson-countian-of-the-year-award/

KS lawmaker alleges conspiracy with Johnson Countian of the Year Award

5 years, 11 months ago

Suburban myth or behind-the-scenes revelation?

A Kansas state representative alleges that the Johnson Countian of the Year Award, given by the Johnson County Community College’s nonprofit foundation, was determined by just two people for 14 years.

Rep. Ben Hodge, an Overland Park Republican, told KMBZ radio Sunday that from its inception in 1987 to 2001, the award was decided by former Kansas Senate President Dick Bond of Overland Park and Charles Carlsen, former president of Johnson County Community College.

Why is that interesting? Bond won the award in 1996 and Carlsen two years later. Continue reading

Danedri Herbert, op-ed about Kansans for Life in KC Star – “Kansans for Life puts dollars and power over principle”

Published December 4, 2012.  Link to original article at Star.

Dec. 4

Danedri Herbert

Special to The Star

Kansans for Life is not interested solely in the life issue anymore, at least that’s how it appears from this back bench. Continue reading

Student Press Law Center – SPLC, student journalist resolve public records dispute with Kan. community college

http://www.splc.org/news/newsflash.asp?id=2303

SPLC, student journalist resolve public records dispute with Kan. community college

December 1, 2011

KANSAS — A college journalist and the Student Press Law Center have settled their lawsuit with Johnson County Community College stemming from the school’s $24,000 price tag for documents under an open records request. Continue reading