"I will tell the people what's going on at the statehouse. I'm going to treat the capitol as a borderline crime scene. ... If businesses don't have to pay taxes, the burden should not be on those trying to feed themselves." - The Valley Falls Vindicator & Oskaloosa Independent, March 3, 2016.
Across Kansas the top 1% are looting and on-the-loose, pitting us against each other. Communities in Jefferson County need to democratically prepare themselves for food and energy autonomy.
- MICHAEL CADDELL, Publisher
Monday, September 11, 2017
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Peter Hancock: KANSAS LAWMAKER SAYS HE WOULD RATHER GIVE TO NORTH KOREA THAN PUBLIC RADIO @ Lawrence Journal World
I'd sooner give to DPRK News. At least their praise of dear leader is under duress. #ksleg https://t.co/GNbR8cDTPU— Rep. J.R. Claeys (@jrclaeys) September 6, 2017