This site will now focus on Governor Sam Brownback and other Kansas politicians that rip off their Constituency. With the Tea Party, fundamentalist churches and the corruption of ALEC and other special conservative interests groups—We need to speak out against the total destruction of our politics and infrastructure here in Kansas. We now have a state that is run by pure graft and corruption. This site is needed to expose it all. This site is the enemy of ignorance and miss-use of position.
The Tea Party (formerly the Grand Old Party) is putting commonsense aside to do everything in their power to attack the president these next two years and trying stop all the progress we've made. Even the laughable Sarah Palin has gotten in the mix, and she's called for the president to be impeached!!
In Wichita, as well as across the country,
protesters have taken onHobby Lobbysince their victory handed
down from the U.S. Supreme Court this week. The court ruled that Hobby Lobby
does not have to pay for their employee’s birth control, because of their
religious beliefs. People marched in front of the Hobby Lobby at Ridge and Central,
here in Wichita. “They (Supreme Court) really did
overreach,” said Jessica Nellis, one of about 20 protesters present at 1:30 in
the afternoon. She said she was surprised when the ruling was announced. The
protest was scheduled from 9:00am to 8:00pm, this Saturday. “The Supreme Court left it opened to
interpretation,” Nellis continued. “What if these people were Muslims and they
didn’t want to hire non-Muslims?”
Hobby Lobby will no longer have to pay for coverage of the
two contraceptives (IUDs and Plan B) that they consider abortifacients,
(reported byNational Catholic Reporter). The 5-4 ruling only
applies to the federal mandate. State-mandated contraceptive coverage was not
changed by the decision. The court majority ruled
that "persons" with religious beliefs protected by the 1993 Religious
Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) include "closely-held" corporations --
those defined by the Internal Revenue Service as having 50 percent of their
stock owned by five or fewer individuals. This means that if the federal
government wants to force such corporations to do something contrary to their
religious beliefs, then it has a series of legal hurdles to overcome.
Nellis, as with many people concerned about
this action, plans to boycott Hobby Lobby. “I
used to shop here and now I don’t,” Nellis added. “It’s a shame. They have it
wrong on IUDs (intrauterine device). If anything it gets rid of the need for an
abortion to happen.” This
protest was organized by a few individuals using a Facebook page they created.
Charli James was one of the protesters on hand who help organize the event. She
said the turnout had been pretty good so far. “We
had one group of guys who showed up and got in our faces,” James said. “They
didn’t think we were right. There were a few antagonists.” She
added that many other people who passed them had a positive attitude towards
the protest. “One
guy showed up with a gun,” she added. Someone
took a picture of him and posted it on the Facebook page. James said he was
vague as to where he stood on the issue. “He
said he was there to protect us,” she added. That
person wrote into Facebook and said his name was Sam McCrory. His presents at
the rally and on Facebook sparked heated discussion. Otherwise the protest went
peaceful the rest of the day.
Despite all this country’s negative sides we spent the day
celebrating our independence day, July 4, 2014. We had the all American meal,
including hot dogs, potato chips and other fine food. We went to my brother’s
house in Douglas, KS.
We celebrated the birth of our country—the beginning of the
end of the feudalist era and our independence from Britain. We celebrated the
end of British imperialism.
Not celebrated where nearly a century of slavery, genocide
of Native American Indians, countless invasions and meddling in Latin America, the many US
capital punishment executions and imperialism on a world wide scale, as of
these later years.
Most of all we just shot off a lot of fireworks. And we had
lots of them. There were three different families there and each brought a
large box filled with fireworks.
John Otto lights
a smoke grenade to celebrate this holiday.
The most important thing about the US revolution was that it
served as a turning point from Feudalism to capitalism, one of the shifts that
Karl Marx believed was important in his stages of human economic and political
development: From Feudalism to Capitalism, from Capitalism to Socialism, from
Socialism to Communism.
The Republicans (anti-aristocrats at that time) included both Thomas Paine and
Thomas Jefferson. They differed from Hamilton and his Federalists who wanted to
create some kind of aristocracy. In his later writings, Paine condemned
the Federalists for trying to reverse the US revolution and what it stood for.
Paine went to France to take part in the French Revolution,
for which he wrote “The Rights of Man.” He fell out of favor of France’s first
non-aristocratic leader, Maximilien Robespierre.
Paine remained in France until 1802, when he returned to America on an
invitation from Thomas
Jefferson, who had been elected president.
He condemned Napoleon
d'état, overthrowing the Directory, calling him "the completest
charlatan that ever existed."
Now fast forward almost 230 years and there is only a
skeleton of the original revolution. The now, not-so-young country, United
States of America has, condemned the Sandinista revolution against a dictator,
supported Saudi Arabia, one of the most complete feudal societies on earth, and
the US is now attempting to be the next Roman-like empire, controlling all of
Today our country has a skeleton left of what was really never overly
democracy. We have president, barely elected by people who have instituted
torture and concentration camps.
It’s time for the next move—from capitalism to Socialism. -សតិវអតុ
Jefferson Airplane - Revolution (Live,
Lately I’ve been watching the new adthe
Koch Brothers, Charles and David, have produced to make them-selves look
better. That is no doubt an effort to counter all the bad publicity and
vilification they get from environmentalists groups and those opposed to their
efforts to control the political system for their own benefits. All this is not
really surprising. Anyone who wants to take over our country and trash our
environment needs to have enough money to buy ads and do “good works” to make
them look good. A lot of people have seen through the smoke and mirrors of the
Koch Brother’s efforts and now they need to look better
On top of all the money they spend it ishighly a likely-hoodthat
the Kochs have shills that write all those letters to the editor of the Wichita
Eagle, extolling the virtues of having the Koch Brothers in this community.
Recentlythey contributed $25
Negro College fund. It is easy to tell they are here in Wichita. Their name is
one a good number of buildings all across Wichita, includingKoch Arena
that used to be Henry LevittArena.
Republican-Olathe, did not receive an endorsementfor
the Aug. 5 primary election from the Kansas Chamber PAC last week despite
consistently voting with the chamber on almost all major issues. It didn’t take
him long to realize he was getting the cold shoulder from the Koch Brothers,
who influence the PAC. He did not stack up to their standards despite him
bragging about the times he voted their way.
An e-mail sent from Schwab’s campaign address with his name on it asserted the
snub has to do with his breaking with the chamber by voting against a bill to
repeal the state’s renewable energy standards and questioning the policy’s
So it is with this e-mail that we see the overwhelming power of the Koch
Brothers. Unlike the rest of us, who can barely get access to ANY of our state
representatives, the Kochs get immediate attention due to their $ billionaire
status and their positions as major political pawn brokers.
Just last month,activist from Kansas
and Oklahoma came to address a crowdof
about 75 people in Wichita, all denouncing the Koch Brothers as the most
dangerous men in the US today.
Besides all the $ billions they pay to promote their “no real climate change”
message, which many Americans don’t buy and consider dangerous, theKochs also have to deal
with the back lash against their meddling in US and Kansaspolitics.
Many people see them as a threat to democracy and attempts so set themselves up
as virtual dictators. They have the ability to make or break an election
campaign while the rest of us have no control over them at all. It makes a
mockery of our votes.
So the Kochs have to spend money to convince the gullible that they are a great
innovative company that our communities really need. But they aren’t fooling a
lot of people. Those who are painfully aware of what they have done to our
politics will not be satisfied with a few phony service messages. We want them
OUT of our politics all together.
Oh good...It's election time and the folks on PBS can tell
me all about the scum bags who want me to go out and vote for them. If I do I
will have to wash my hands extra good to get off the slime of these nasty
people. Pat Robinson already brags he is the 5th most conservative. Why doesn't
he just show a picture of his asshole and brag about his ability to make life
really hard for poor people, elderly and handicapped? Why doesn't he brag that
he supports keeping all them Mexican illegals from voting. His slogan should be
"I'm the biggest ass hole in Kansas."How do I keep the slime off my
It was a team matched down in Hell—Right-wing rockerTed
Nugent has endorsed Kris Kobachfor re-election as Kansas secretary of state. Nugent
is the most right-wing idiot on the rock and roll scene. Kobach may be one of
the worst Kansas politicians to come along in years. He is the most bigoted and
racist Kansan in office since the 1950s. Nugent champions the rights of people’s gun rights.
Nugent is famous for "Cat Scratch Fever” and “Wango Tango.” Recently he
posted a Facebook message Wednesday, urging his fans and othercarpetbaggersto donate to Kobach’s campaign. According to theSeattle Pi, Nugent called
the 44th president a “subhuman mongrel” and went on the say that ex-Secretary
of State Hillary Clinton has “spare scrotums.” He also called Obama a communist. Most people know Kobach from his attempts at
stopping immigrants from registering to vote. I personally heard Kobach tell a
crowd of people that he had a record of 20—yes that's 20—whole cases of voter
fraud. And how many people could not vote in the last election due to these new
laws—18,000. Is that a good deal or what? And we know that poor
people and minorities are the people most likely to have trouble coming up with
the documents to meet these new requirements. Those just happen to be the very
people Kansas Republicans don't want to vote because they might vote against
them. Kobach has traveled all around the country helping
other states disenfranchise their minorities and immigrants. Some people in
Kansas are wondering if he spends enough time to actually do his job that he
was elected for. Kobach has championed a bill toignore
the federalgovernment and protect the rights of landowners to
kill of the lesser prairie Chicken. Those of us who want to preserve our Kansas
heritage must sit back and watch while the greediest citizens drive our wild life
to extinction. We have Koback to thank for that. More than likely Nugent champions Kobach for gun
rights. In the last year and 1/2 we have had nearly 70 shootings by mentally
ill people, or people who are temporarily insane, who legally bought guns. We can
easily thank Nugent and the NRA he works with and almost all Kansas politicians
for making it easy for insane people to get guns. Kobach represents the worst that Kansas has to
offer. Nugent is the best reason not to become a member of the NRA.