Entries Tagged ‘Johnson County’

Capitol-Journal: “Pro-Kline report concealed for months”

The Capitol-Journal published a very important article last night that begins to open wide the corrupt can of political worms pushing the abortion industry’s attempt to destroy Phill Kline. Please distribute this article far and wide to your lists. Some key excerpts: The state’s disciplinary board for lawyers concealed for 20 months an internal investigative […]

Phill Kline’s crime: “Anti-abortion beliefs”

I mentioned at the bottom of a post yesterday that Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri has 107 open charges of criminal violations against it for illegal late-term abortions. Those charges, 23 of which are felonies, were brought in October 2007 by then Johnson County (KS) DA Phill Kline. For simply trying to enforce existing […]

How low they’ll go to defeat Kline

Well, this one certainly puts U.S. Senator Sam Brownback in a tight spot. KS Pro-life leaders attempted to talk sense into Brownback – encouraging him to remain non-commital in the primary if he was afraid to stand with Phill – but no. Word is Brownback wants to inhabit the KS governor’s mansion in 2010 and […]

Liberal group’s endorsement blows Howe’s cover

Don’t forget the blog: Don’t look for an endorsement from the Mainstream Coalition’s political action arm on Steve Howe’s campaign resume….

Donations needed

Pro-abort groups and individuals from around the country are expected to pour money into the primary and general election races against KS Johnson Co. District Attorney Phill Kline. Kline is the only DA in the U.S. prosecuting Planned Parenthood, and likely the only DA in the U.S. with the intestinal fortitude to do so. Anyone […]

Breaking news: Phill Kline to run again

Sure to send shock waves throughout KS, Johnson Co. District Attorney Phill Kline announced tonight he will seek re-election, just one day short of the filing deadline. Actually, Kline was appointed to his position by county Republicans in December 2006 and will run to retain his seat. The question whether Kline would seek to stay […]

(Prolifer)ations 6-3-08

by It appears an experimental adult stem cell transplant to treat a boy suffering from a painful genetic skin disease called recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa was successful…

Brownback’s staff secretly pipes meeting

The plot thickens. I wrote in this week’s


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