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In the Nethical land of Noz where a State Legislator has no requirement to reside within Noz to be elected, why should us Nomes be surprised at this:

  1. In the land of Noz, Legislators write laws that require City, County and School Board Nomes to “RESIDE” in the Nome District they represent. In the land of Noz, Legislators only need ”RESIDENCE” on the one day they apply for office. Noz Apartments rent $400/month on a month to month basis.
  2. Now it is confirmed that Noz Legislators may work as a full time Salary Non-Exempt Nemployee of a Nome School District ($90,000/year plus benefits) and create legislation that benefits the Nome School District the Nomes have to pay for. Actually the Nomes are paying for the school salary/benefits, the legislative salary/benefits and additional taxing that this creates.

Not to fear though, Noz’ Senate has an “Nethics and Nelections Committee”. But it is controlled by the same Nethical non-Nomes that enjoy this Nonsense. http://www.kslegislature.org/li/b2011_12/committees/ctte_s_ethics_electns_1/

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2012 has as much importance to the land of Noz as to this GREAT Nation. Question and VOTE with boldness.

“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
 
Ken Dunwoody                                                           GOD
Henpecked Acres                                                         
One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)953-0387
kdunwoody2@aol.com http://NOlathe.net http://NOjocoboco.net
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3 Johnson County State Senators on Kansas Chamber Political Hit List

 
January 10, 2012 – Leave a Response

Three Johnson County Republican Kansas state senators, John Vratil of Leawood, Tim Owens of Overland Park and Terrie Huntington of Fairway are on the list for the Kansas Chamber of Commerce list of incumbents to be defeated.
That list also includes Senate President Steve Morris. Vratil is the Vice Chairman of the Senate.

According to the AP, The Kansas Chamber of Commerce’s political action committee is targeting eight incumbent state senators in Republican primaries this year, and one of the group’s officials said Tuesday the PAC raised more than $163,000 last year to help finance its efforts.

The Chamber PAC’s targets include Senate President Morris, of Hugoton. Republican conservatives have been upset with Morris and other senators over a host of issues, including taxes.

Jeff Glendening, the chamber’s vice president for political affairs, said the group hopes to replace the incumbents with “free market” challengers.

The chamber’s efforts are significant because the Senate represents the last major stronghold in state government for moderate Republicans. Gov. Sam Brownback has said he will stay out of primaries. His fellow conservatives believe ousting several incumbent senators will clear the last significant obstacles to anti-tax, small-government policies.

The Chamber PAC expected to file a report Tuesday with the secretary of state’s office detailing its activities for 2011. But Glendening confirmed details ahead of the filing, saying the report will show that the PAC raised more than $163,000 and spent about $112,000 last year, including maximum $1,000 contributions for challengers to eight incumbent GOP senators.

Glendening said the chamber is concerned about a lack of growth in the number of private sector jobs in Kansas and believes policies backed by Senate leaders are a major factor. All eight incumbents being targeted voted in 2010 to increase the state’s sales tax to help balance the budget.

“The strategy of Senate leadership clearly hasn’t worked, and it’s time for private sector growth in Kansas,” Glendening said in an interview.

Morris said he and other GOP senators have tried to take a balanced approach to dealing with the state’s past budget problems. He said the targeted senators have supported pro-business policies, such as phasing out the state’s corporate franchise tax, essentially a fee for the privilege of doing business in Kansas.

“You hear a lot of discussion about the rancor within the Republican Party, and to me, the most prominent reason for that rancor is these divisive primaries,” Morris said.

Glendening said the other incumbent GOP senators whose challengers received maximum contributions from the Chamber PAC are Pete Brungardt, of Salina; Carolyn McGinn, of Sedgwick; Vicki Schmidt, of Topeka; Jean Schodorf, of Wichita.

Vratil is Senate vice president, and McGinn is chairwoman of the budget-writing Ways and Means Committee. The other five also hold Senate chairmanships.

http://20poundsofheadlines.wordpress.com/2012/01/10/3-johnson-county-state-senators-on-kansas-chamber-political-hit-list/

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Nancy,
 
I believe you and Lloyd deserve an explanation for this “rumor” as it has now been drawn to your attention.
 
Following a presentation that I made this last week-end in central Kansas about Agenda 21 and ICLEI, off camera I was asked to comment about the Johnson County and Kansas State Republican Party. Off hand my basic response was:
 
* The purpose of the Party Chairperson is to support and disseminate the Party Platform.
 
* The Party Platform is “the ethical and moral beliefs” of the electorate majority of that Party.
 
* If the Party Platform is wrong, change it until then support it.
 
* The Party does not endorse candidates.
 
* Candidates endorse the Party Platform.
 
* When candidates differ from the Party Platform, that should be known and specifically acknowledged by the candidate. (If there are 10 planks it is unreasonable to believe 100% agreement, but not a later surprise!)
 
* From the Bond/Eilert/Vratil strategies implemented by puppet Mary Birch at the Overland Park Chamber of Commerce, periodically the goals of The Chamber were measured against the voting results of State Legislators from Johnson County. http://www.opchamber.org/upload/file/2011-Voting-Record.pdf 
 
* The County and Kansas State Chairs’ job is simple, measure voting results as compared to the Party Platform and disseminate that information. Allow the electorate to influence and decide.
 
* The only evidence needed to defend my position is A) 2010 “Clean Sweep” all r’s deserve to win vs. B) The voting record of Vratil, Owens and Huntington which will again be supported in 2012 by Ronnie, Amanda, et al.
 
Do I want this job? Hell no! Will I serve if asked to meet these goals? Hell yes! Are there others that would do it better, only if I piss them off.
 
In a message dated 11/8/2011 1:52:28 P.M. Central Standard Time, NHanahan@aol.com writes:
Have heard that Ken Dunwoody is thinking of running for Jo.Co. Republican Party Chairman.

 
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
 
Ken Dunwoody                                                                     

                                                                                                   GOD
Henpecked Acres                                                                   
One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com www.NOlathe.com http://NOlathe.net http://NOjocoboco.net
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“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”

 
Ken Dunwoody                                                                                        GOD
Henpecked Acres                                                                                     
One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com www.NOlathe.com http://NOlathe.net http://NOjocoboco.net
View Sarah’s Story http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUWuUvOZ7RY http://vimeo.com/23038312

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Since 2006 the House has attempted to over turn the 2004 statute requiring that illegal aliens residing in Kansas be allowed to pay in-state tuition to Kansas Universities. Since 2009 Senate REPUBLICAN Leadership has blocked the House Bill from the Senate floor. This current session HB-2006 was again blocked in committee. What was the in-tuition of JoCo Republican Senators on repealing in-state tuition in 2008? https://nolathe.net/2011/04/17/intuition-of-johnson-county-republican-senators/ 

District

Name

Party

Vote

7

Sen. Terrie Huntington (House)

republican

NO

8

Sen. Thomas Owens (House)

republican

NO

9

Sen. Julia Lynn

Republican

YES

10

Sen. Mary Pilcher-Cook

Republican

No Office Held

11

Sen. John Vratil

republican

NO

23

Sen. Robert Olson (House)

Republican

YES

37

Sen. Raymond Merrick (House)

Republican

YES

 
 Non-partison County Commissioners that support funding for illegal immigrants remain Eilert, Allen, Lindstrom, Peterson, Hayden, Osterhaus and Ashcraft. https://nolathe.net/2011/08/13/which-side-do-you-stand-on-commissioners/ 
 
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
 
Ken Dunwoody                                                                       GOD
Henpecked Acres                                                                    
One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com www.NOlathe.com http://NOlathe.net http://NOjocoboco.net
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If one thinks that the vast wheat fields of Kansas serve to shield us from Globalization of Governments, one would not have to look past Johnson County’s continued support and participation in ICLEI or of course the Icon of Senator Steve Morris’ mantel, Garden City.      https://nolathe.net/2011/01/24/garden-city-center-of-the-perfect-storm/

PBS in Tandem with the State Department Smears Shelbyville to Advance Al Hijra (Muslim Immigration)  http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2011/05/pbs-in-tandem-with-the-state-department-smears-shelbyville-to-advance-al-hijra-muslim-immigration.html 

Muslim leaders say private cemetery needed in Garden City area http://www.hutchnews.com/Localregional/GC-muslin-cemetery 

 
“Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Anyone Who Threatens It”
 
Ken Dunwoody                                     

                                                                   GOD
Henpecked Acres 
                                  One Nation
14850 W. 159th St.
Olathe, Ks. 66062
(913)768-1603
kdunwoody2@aol.com  www.NOlathe.com   http://NOlathe.net   http://NOjocoboco.net
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SENATE REFUSES TO SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY DEFENSE ACT

 WE THE PEOPLEDear Kansan,

  
Today the Kansas Senate voted to stop the Community Defense Act (CDA) from becoming law in Kansas.

 

Ignoring the House of Representatives overwhelming vote in favor of CDA, the Senate with a 17-22 vote rejected the CDA.

 

The Senate decided that protecting Sexually Oriented Businesses (SOBs) trumps protecting all Kansas communities.

 

Missouri legislators did protect their communities last year. But in Kansas, for two years in a row now the Kansas Senate refuses to heed the evidence, the court rulings and the common sense logic of the majority of the people in Kansas who support CDA.
 
 
We owe Sen. Steve Abrams a big thank you. Senator Abrams of Arkansas City showed great courage in forcing a vote on CDA today. 
 
Yesterday, Senate leadership opposed and ruled to deny a vote on CDA but Sen. Abrams found a way to get their name on the line and procedurally, forced a vote.
   
See how your Senator Voted today and where they live:
 
 
 
What now for CDA? Two things:
  • CDA will be back next year in 2012 for another vote and  
  • There is a Senate election in 2012 (Let your friends know) 

WANT SOME GOOD NEWS?

MANHATTAN SHOWED THE FUTURE OF KANSAS – YOU COUNT

 

VoteRemember a few months ago when the Manhattan City Council voted to adopt a city ordinance that granted special rights to homosexuals and a quasi court to enforce penalties?
  
Since then the citizens of Manhattan had an election, rejected and replaced two of the activist city council members.
 
THEN…last night the new Manhattan city council voted to revoke the anti-traditional family ordinance.
 
Congratulations to the hundreds of Manhattan citizens, leaders and Awaken Manhattan for not giving up on family values.  You are a city that persevered! 
   
 
Stay Strong, 

Phillip & Cathy Cosby
American Family Assoc. of KS & MO

913-787-0075

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