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  • Kansas voters should choose solutions-oriented leaders for top offices

    10/18/2010 1:48:29 PM PDT · by ncfool · 8 replies
    Kansas City Star ^ | October 17, 2010 | Kansas City Star Editorial Board
    Moran for U.S. Senate Current Republican congressman Jerry Moran is the choice to be the next senator from Kansas based on his experience and record. Yoder for U.S. House, 3rd District Republican Kevin Yoder, who is leaving the Kansas House, is quick-witted and thoughtful, giving him the edge to take over the seat being vacated by longtime congressman Dennis Moore, a Democrat.
  • It’s Not a GOP Tsunami — It’s Bigger Than That

    10/15/2010 10:30:24 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 75 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | October 15, 2010 | Horace Cooper
    The Dems still don't seem to understand what's happening here. The three weeks left until the midterm elections appears an eerily quiet calm before the storm. And quiet though it may be, it presages a coming asteroid strike that Washington’s beltway elites are doing their level best to ignore. For those who care to look, the danger is obvious, yet the present calm creates the illusion that safety for Democrats is possible. Unfortunately, the damage coming is not like anything seen by the left or the right in generations. The damage promises to be so severe that existing labels of...
  • Democrats seek separation from Nancy Pelosi

    08/31/2010 6:08:44 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 43 replies
    Politico ^ | August 31, 2010 | Alex Isenstadt & John Bresnahan
    Some of the Democratic Party’s most endangered lawmakers are taking steps to distance themselves from Speaker Nancy Pelosi in an attempt to inoculate themselves from charges that they are beholden to the unpopular House leader and supportive of the ambitious national Democratic agenda. Three vulnerable Democrats from conservative-oriented districts are already running TV ads spotlighting their defiance of Pelosi. One freshman incumbent recently joked about the possibility of Pelosi not being able to take up the gavel next year because she might pass away. Another member from a tough district suggested he might run for speaker himself. The roster of...
  • Pyle Meat Co. packing up Recession ‘far worse than any other’ on Eudora business (KS)

    04/13/2010 8:17:59 AM PDT · by posterchild · 36 replies · 877+ views
    Lawrence Journal World ^ | April 11, 2010 | Chad Lawhorn
    EUDORA — Four hundred pounds of beef jerky cools in the stainless steel smoker in the back room. ... The Pyle Meat Co. has been a family operation since it opened, but a drop in jerky sales is forcing it to close. Tom Pyle, left, watches his son Tom Pyle Jr. package some of the last beef jerky Thursday at Pyle Meat Co. in Eudora. The company was in business for 50 years but is closing its doors as a result of the recession. ... “A lot of times,” Pyle says, “when people have something like this happen, they blame...
  • Lightner banks on her conservative credentials in GOP primary

    03/31/2010 8:23:16 PM PDT · by PatriciaLightner · 5 replies · 375+ views ^ | March 31, 2010 | Jay Senter
    Facing crowded field in District 3 race, former state Rep. isn't afraid to assert herself.
  • Sources: Stephene Moore Making Run for Husband's Congressional Seat

    03/26/2010 6:05:09 AM PDT · by KansasGirl · 26 replies · 775+ views ^ | March 25, 2010 | John Holt
    OVERLAND PARK, KAN - Sources have confirmed for FOX 4 News that a Moore will run for U.S. Congress from Kansas' 3rd District in 2010. Stephene Moore, that is. The sources close to Democratic Congressman Dennis Moore back up earlier reports that Moore, the congressman's wife, did polling in the district before deciding to make the race a go. She will be vying to replace her husband, who announced last year he won't be seeking a seventh term. The former Johnson County District Attorney has held his own in a generally Republican 3rd Congressional District.
  • Kansan's call Dennis Moore today

    03/17/2010 1:03:25 PM PDT · by ncfool · 4 replies · 162+ views
    March 16, 2010 | Self
    Please take the time and tell Democrat Dennis Moore of the 3rd Congressional district of Kansas. That he needs to VOTE NO on a Flawed medical bill. This message below needs to be sent to all Kansan's in the 3rd Congressional district. Friends, Can Congress get any more broken and out of control than it is today? The American people have spoken out loudly and eloquently against the current plan for government to radically intervene in our healthcare system and thrust us toward socialized medicine. Despite this deep public opposition ... Despite the $12 trillion national debt, skyrocketing government spending,...
  • Kansas 3rd Congressional District Has Great Choice in Rysavy

    01/26/2010 11:18:13 AM PST · by MSSC6644 · 22 replies · 847+ views
    Vanity ^ | January 25, 2009 | MSSC6644
    I hate vanities, but need to let all those close to the Third Congressional District in Kansas (Kansas City, Olathe, Overland Park, Leawood, etc.) that John Rysavy is a Constitutionalist who supports American Judeo-Christian values. He needs help because he is running against a Republican who is not awful, but who has been in KS politics for many years. John is a "newbie" who believes that, as a nation, we need new blood that understands COMMON SENSE. His website is above. Please check him out, and if you can, please donate generously of your time, your talent or even your...
  • Rep. Bart Gordon is fourth Dem retirement

    12/14/2009 7:57:22 AM PST · by LdSentinal · 32 replies · 1,080+ views
    The Hill ^ | 12/14/09 | Aaron Blake
    Democratic retirements are beginning to mount, after the announcement Monday that Rep. Bart Gordon (D-Tenn.) will not seek reelection next year. Gordon said in a statement that, after a quarter-century in Congress, it’s time to retire. “Every decision I have made in Congress has been with their best interests in mind,” he said. “I hope the people here at home feel that I have served them as well as their good advice and views have served me. “When I was elected, I was the youngest member of the Tennessee congressional delegation; now, I’m one of the oldest. In fact, I...
  • So Many GOP Contenders for One Kansas Seat

    12/04/2009 8:05:34 PM PST · by Clintonfatigued · 23 replies · 997+ views
    Congressional Quarterly ^ | December 3, 2009 | Shira Toeplitz
    “This is the opportunity that pretty much all of these people have labored in the vineyards for years to bring to fruition,” Kensinger said. “And the spirit around them is pretty good.” Former state Sen. Nick Jordan, who lost to Moore by 16 points in 2008, was in a good position to hit the ground running after Moore’s announcement. He said he had been actively considering another run against Moore for the past two months and was boosted by a poll paid for by some of his donors that showed him with a strong name identification in the 3rd District...
  • State Rep. opens exploratory committee for Moore's seat

    11/23/2009 6:55:43 PM PST · by Clintonfatigued · 16 replies · 769+ views
    The Hill ^ | November 23, 2009 | Aaron Blake
    State Rep. Kevin Yoder (R) wasted little time acting on Rep. Dennis Moore's (D-Kan.) retirement announcement, opening an exploratory committee this morning. Yoder, an attorney, made the announcement in a press release. He is currently in his fourth term in the state House, where he serves as chairman of the Appropriations Committee. "As our nation faces unprecedented challenges, we must have new energy and a fresh response" Yoder said. "Wasteful overspending in Washington threatens to bankrupt our nation's future. Government must learn to live within its means and we must endeavor to reduce bureaucracy and barriers to success."
  • Congressman No Moore (Democrat throws in towel...possible R pickup?)

    11/23/2009 7:37:16 AM PST · by SoFloFreeper · 80 replies · 7,313+ views
    KC Star ^ | 11/23/09 | STEVE KRASKE
    U.S. Rep. Dennis Moore, a Democrat who confounded the GOP by winning six consecutive elections in a heavily Republican district, will not seek re-election next year, key Democrats said Sunday.
  • Twenty-Eight Blue Dogs Vote For Pelosi's $1.3 Trillion Health Bill

    11/09/2009 12:27:46 PM PST · by rhema · 23 replies · 1,443+ views
    Human Events ^ | 11/09/2009 | Connie Hair
    House Democrats passed the 2,032-page Pelosicare bill on a near party-line vote Saturday night 220-215 (roll call here). The only Republican voting in favor of the measure was New Orleans-based Joseph Cao who has long ago proven to be a tax and spend (and spend and spend) liberal. After a week of intense arm twisting, threats and promises from party leaders, more than half of the 52 so-called conservative Blue Dog Democrats voted in favor of the over $1.3 trillion measure. These are the 28 Blue Dogs voting in favor of Pelosicare (who apparently fear the wrath of House Speaker...
  • Obama Touts Good Economic News, Yet Warns More Job Loss to Come

    10/31/2009 6:11:41 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 8 replies · 553+ views
    ABCNews ^ | October 31st 2009
    Obama Touts Good Economic News, Yet Warns More Job Loss to Come October 31, 2009 ABC News' Jordyn Phelps and Sunlen Miller report: President Obama touted good news in the economic recovery in his weekly address, pointing to Thursday’s report that GDP has grown for the first time in over a year and credited his administration in helping to bring about a conclusion to the current economic recession. “We can see clearly now that the steps my administration is taking are making a difference, blunting the worst of this recession and helping to bring about its conclusion,” the president said...
  • Under Obama, 7.5 Million Jobs Lost Or Aborted

    10/31/2009 4:38:24 PM PDT · by paul in cape · 10 replies · 929+ views
    10-31-09 | self
    We all know that the US has lost 4.5 million jobs under President Obama's march to Socialism. But what about the aborted jobs?
  • (Dennis) Moore Calls Disabled Marine "White Trash"

    10/11/2009 6:04:27 AM PDT · by peggybac · 57 replies · 3,894+ views
    Speaking to a respected Hispanic leader in KCK, Dennis Moore reportedly called decorated and disabled Marine Veteran and Congressional Opponent "White Trash" in a recent (recorded) telephone conversation. The KCK leader, who has formally supported the incumbent congressman, is supporting Daniel Gilyeat's candidacy for the Kansas 3rd District Congressional seat. Dennis Moore called the KCK man after hearing the Hispanic community leader's support had changed. Dennis Moore said he had $7 million for the campaign and could not believe the naturalized citizen was supporting "White Trash" over Moore.
  • Video: Michael Moore Rips Dodd

    09/30/2009 8:10:09 AM PDT · by careyb · 3 replies · 483+ views
    Lardball ^ | 9/29/09 | Michael Moore
    A broken clock...
  • Moore Warns Dems on Healthcare

    09/30/2009 5:19:41 AM PDT · by AIM Freeper · 14 replies · 513+ views
    The Politico ^ | 9-29-09 | Don Irvine
    Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore warned Democrats that have backed away from Obama's health care reform plan to get on board or risk losing their seat next year.
  • Conservative Patricia Lightner Runs in KS-03

    09/21/2009 8:58:17 PM PDT · by RightMike · 13 replies · 868+ views
    Patricia Lightner, a conservative Republican and former state representative, is campaigning for a position in the Third Congressional District, and has formally launched a campaign web site. The seat is held by Rep. Dennis Moore, a Democrat, who has been under public scrutiny lately for what critics say is his lack of accountability and availability to his constituents. Lightner said she was motivated to enter the race out of a desire to promote liberty in individualism, freedom of economic choice and the right to life. Lightner said these rights have been compromised by the Democratic majority in Washington, including Moore.
  • Steve Rose to challenge Dennis Moore in Kansas’ 3rd District

    09/18/2009 6:03:59 AM PDT · by Non-Sequitur · 26 replies · 1,413+ views
    Kansas City Star ^ | 9/18/09 | Kraske & Klepper
    Steve Rose, the longtime publisher of the Johnson County Sun and well-known civic leader, said Wednesday that he’s running for Congress. Rose, 61, said he would campaign as a Republican in Kansas’ 3rd District. If he wins the GOP nomination, he presumably would face six-term Democratic incumbent Dennis Moore. Rose acknowledged that he had endorsed Moore repeatedly over the years in his Sun column. But Rose said Moore had changed. “I think that under the current administration it’s a much further left government,” Rose said. “And Dennis Moore is voting with them. I think he’s left the mainstream of his...
  • OP Councilman eyes Dennis Moore's congressional seat

    08/28/2009 4:25:44 PM PDT · by Clintonfatigued · 29 replies · 1,468+ views
    The Prime Buzz ^ | August 13, 2009 | Jim Sullinger
    Terry Goodman, an Overland Park city councilman, said today he's considering a campaign next year for the 3rd Congressional District seat currently held by Democrat Dennis Moore of Lenexa. Terry Goodman"I'm taking a look at it," said Goodman, 62, a Republican. He has served on the city council for nine years and has lived in Overland Park for more than 35 years.
  • Where is Dennis Moore? Not at the Recess Rally

    08/28/2009 4:09:14 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 7 replies · 388+ views
    The Examiner ^ | August 26,2009 | Patricia Braman
    This past Saturday, thousands of people from all across the country banded together to show their disdain towards the bloated government and it’s over-reaching hands. A particularly large group of us “extremists” gathered in Johnson County, outside of Representative Dennis Moore’s office, outraged that he refuses to meet with his constituents about healthcare. We chanted “No more Moore” over and over again with a hefty inflection of disgust. Dennis Moore says he has been threatened, therefore, will not put himself at risk to meet with the people he represents. To Dennis Moore I ask, why do we put our soldiers...
  • Kansas/Missouri teaparties

    08/07/2009 7:06:35 AM PDT · by Mercat · 3 replies · 805+ views
    email | 08/07/09 | teaparty friends
    Greetings Modern Day Patriots, The Congressional Recess gives us a great opportunity to provide feedback personally to our representatives, below is a listing of August events. In the grand tradition of our founding fathers Kansans and Missourians have a responsibility to join together and support the other for the fight for our freedoms "UNITED WE STAND". Please try to attend as many of these functions as possible our country is counting on Modern Day Patriots like you. We would like to announce the end of summer event. The last thing our representatives will see before they go back to Washington...

    02/22/2009 6:42:25 PM PST · by diefree · 69 replies · 2,761+ views
    Instapundit ^ | Feb. 22, 2009 | unknown
    SOME ADVICE ON FUTURE “TEA PARTY” PROTESTS, from a media producer who attended the Overland Park affair: I attended the invigorating protest outside Congressman Dennis Moore’s Overland Park, Kansas office yesterday. I hoped 10-15 souls might show up. I was thrilled to see hundreds. Here are some suggestions. I don’t really want my name used. Sadly, it could really hurt my business, which is already hurting. As a professional media producer, here are my concerns: 1. Incoherent message - the signs were all over the place. There were lots of agendas. That’s fine. The color and signage look good on...
  • Nick Jordan, Shawnee state senator, to challenge Moore for U.S. Congress

    08/22/2007 6:06:30 AM PDT · by Non-Sequitur · 94 replies · 1,412+ views
    Kansas City Star ^ | 8/22/07 | Steve Kraske
    Kansas state Sen. Nick Jordan said Tuesday that he would run for Congress next year, setting up a likely challenge to Democratic incumbent Dennis Moore. “I’m in,” Jordan said. The long-expected announcement presents Moore, the five-term 3rd District incumbent, a potentially formidable Republican challenger who has shown an ability to appeal to conservative and moderate Republicans. Moore campaign manager Julie Merz said only that her boss would “continue to provide moderate, common-sense leadership and top-notch constituent services” to the district. “He looks forward to campaigning — next year.” Jordan’s entry also sets up three pivotal congressional races in the Kansas...
  • Chuck Ahner Wins a Decisive Primary Victory

    08/10/2006 1:15:44 PM PDT · by TigerTale · 7 replies · 809+ views
    Campaign E-mail | 8-9-06 | Ahner for Congress Campaign
    It's Official: Chuck Ahner is the Republican Nominee for United States Congress! The Kansas Secretary of State certified the results of last Tuesday's Primary Election. According to the Kansas City Star, "Chuck Ahner surged ahead of the three other Republican candidates" and "trounced" his closest opponent in the race. Winning more than 52 percent of the vote in a 4-person race, Chuck Ahner was the clear consensus candidate to be the Republican nominee in the 2006 general election. Chuck's clear message of stronger education, limited government and economic growth resonated with the people of the Third District and brought together...
  • Republican Chuck Ahner Announces Challenge to Kansas 3rd District Democrat Incumbent Dennis Moore

    02/16/2006 10:06:01 AM PST · by TigerTale · 21 replies · 544+ views
    Ahner for Congress Campaign | 12-06-05
    Republican Chuck Ahner Announces Challenge to Kansas 3rd District Democrat Incumbent Dennis Moore Overland Park resident Chuck Ahner, distinguished West Point graduate and MBA recipient from Boston Univerity, announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for U. S. House of Representatives from the Kansas 3rd District at a kick-off luncheon last Thursday. Speaking to a standing-room-only audience, Ahner said, “It is about leadership. It is about solutions. It is about a mission. I look around me and see a need for clear, concise leadership—Republican leadership in Congress for our community.” Ahner rolled out key issues and solid solutions that will...
  • ZOT this Fashist!

    02/08/2006 12:53:07 PM PST · by fingerlakestennesee · 197 replies · 7,796+ views
    In this war freedom should come first not after! In New Hampshire the Motto is Live free or Die! I don't need Bush spying on law abiding americans and taking our freedoms. Anyone who surrenders a square inch of freedom to the government in the name of saftey is a traitor and should be treated like one! Let the Bush Fashists all drop dead! Filthy Commys! LET FREEDOM RING!
  • WSJ: Cafta Recriminations - Nancy Pelosi is contemplating revenge against the 15 Democrats.

    08/01/2005 5:02:05 AM PDT · by OESY · 74 replies · 1,941+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | August 1, 2005 | Editorial (full text)
    The political recriminations from the cliffhanger passage of the Central American Free Trade Agreement last week are even worse than we thought. Nancy Pelosi, the House Minority Leader, is contemplating revenge against the 15 Democrats who had the nerve to vote for hemispheric growth and progress. The San Francisco Democrat called a caucus gripe session in the wake of last Wednesday's vote, and an article in the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call suggested that Democrats who voted yes may lose their favorite committee assignments. Our John Fund reports on that Democratic leaders are especially mad at two Black Caucus...

    01/10/2005 3:42:49 PM PST · by jw2therescue · 8 replies · 348+ views
    Great new website called: They are having a straw poll for the next nominee to take on Dennis Moore. I strongly encourage all Freepers (especially in Kansas) to join in. To get rid of ultra liberals like Dennis Moore....We need more bloggers and conservatives.
  • Beating Moore elusive for GOP

    12/16/2004 10:49:39 PM PST · by jw2therescue · 2 replies · 1,840+ views
    Kansas City Star ^ | 12-16-04 | Brad Cooper
    During the heat of a summer Republican primary, Kris Kobach promised to campaign against Democratic U.S. Rep. Dennis Moore like no one had before. He did. And he lost by a bigger margin than any Republican who has challenged Moore, whose political survival skills keep him in office in the Republican-dominated 3rd Congressional District. The latest win doesn't ensure an easy election for Moore in the future, but it does mean Republicans may have an even more difficult task of defeating him. There is chatter among Republicans on the Internet complaining that Kobach's conservative campaign emphasizing a gay-marriage amendment and...
  • Desperate Democrat Congressman Dennis Moore Pulls Dirties Trick in the Book

    10/28/2004 10:17:05 AM PDT · by The Ghost of FReepers Past · 31 replies · 1,396+ views ^ | Recent | Kobach Campaign
    latestNEWS From Kris Kobach For Congress Campaign: With his campaign on the ropes, Dennis Moore pulled the dirtiest trick in the book. This week, he attempted to smear Kris Kobach's character by trying to connect him to "white supremacists". Dennis Moore sent out a false mailing to tens of thousands of female voters in the Third District. Even though this mailing was technically from the Kansas Democratic Party, make no mistake: Dennis Moore is behind this despicable attempt at character assassination. Last week, Dennis Moore issued two press releases with the exact same content as this mailing. More importantly, Dennis...
  • Kris Kobach (R) vs Dennis Moore (D) Debate (KS Congressional 3rd District)

    10/18/2004 7:16:34 PM PDT · by Stellar Dendrite · 11 replies · 475+ views
    n/a ^ | 10/18/2004 | Me
    Anyone interested in the Kansas 3rd Congressional District Race? A debate took place between Moore and Kobach, I watched it tonight. First of all, Dennis Moore is MORE liberal than John Kerry. A certain liberal magazine rated John Kerry 85 on a scale of 100. Dennis Moore got a 90!!!!! Secondly, John Kerry seems charismatic compared to Dennis Moore. That's saying a lot!! As to the debate, Kobach absolutely destroyed Moore. Kobach exposed the leftist Moore's record: He knocked Moore off his game many times. This guy is a REAL rising star in the Republican party. He's a former...
  • Kansas: billboards attacked by immigration extremists

    10/16/2004 3:26:13 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 49 replies · 1,259+ views
    ProjectUSA ^ | October 15, 2004 | By CRAIG NELSEN
    Upset by the message on ProjectUSA billboards in Kansas City, KS, a small group of race-identity activists held a news conference yesterday in front of one of them to complain and demand their removal. Tino Camacho, reports the Kansas City Star, president of the local chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), called the billboards “racist.” "We want the people (ProjectUSA) held accountable because of all the fear that they have created," said Mr. Camacho. "This is very, very … insulting to our community.” A reporter for the Associated Press called ProjectUSA yesterday looking for a response...
  • Cheney in Johnson County, KS

    08/14/2004 3:24:08 PM PDT · by Mercat · 6 replies · 536+ views
    Invitation in the mail | 8/14/2004 | Kobach for Congress
    Cheney will host a breakfast fundraiser for Kris Kobach in Johnson County, KS on August 24th at the Overland Park Ritz Charles. Arrive at 8:00. Arrive at 8 for a 9 o'clock meal. $250 to be there and $2000 for photo with vp.
  • The Real Republican Deal -- Kris Kobach, Kansas 3rd Congressional District

    08/06/2004 9:37:25 AM PDT · by The Ghost of FReepers Past · 19 replies · 757+ views
    NRO - National Review Online ^ | Aug. 6, 2004 | Deroy Murdock
    E-mail Author Author Archive Send to a Friend <% printurl = Request.ServerVariables("URL")%> Print Version August 06, 2004, 8:57 a.m. The Real Republican DealWill &#8220;Landslide Kobach&#8221; pull it off? In case you think your vote doesn't count, consider Kansas's 3rd congressional district. After Tuesday's Republican primary, first-time candidate Kris Kobach won 38,124 votes to 38,037 for 2002 GOP nominee, Adam Taff. (State Rep. Patricia Lightner captured the remaining 9,944 votes, or 11.54 percent of the total.) "Landslide Kobach" currently leads by just 87 votes or 44.28 percent to Taff's 44.18 percent. The 38-year-old University of Missouri, Kansas City professor of...
  • Moore Defies Numbers in Toss-Up Kansas District

    07/12/2004 11:59:36 AM PDT · by rwfromkansas · 30 replies · 843+ views
    Fox News ^ | 12 July 2004 | Kelley Beaucar Vlahos
    Moore Defies Numbers in Toss-Up Kansas District Monday, July 12, 2004 By Kelley Beaucar Vlahos WASHINGTON — It may look like a classic case of re-election vulnerability: a Democratic incumbent in a heartland district that appears to be growing more Republican every year. But Rep. Dennis Moore (search) says he’s outwitted the opposition in three prior elections and this year will be no exception. "I’ve had to put together coalitions of Republicans and Democrats and independents to win and I’ve been able to do that three times," the Kansas native told "People in my district may be registered one...
  • Kobach on a roll, Taff adopts anti-gay position in advance of primary (KA-02)

    07/08/2004 6:54:25 PM PDT · by AuH2ORepublican · 26 replies · 3,169+ views
    Political State Report ^ | July 8, 2004 | Mike Silverman
    KS: Kobach on a roll, Taff adopts anti-gay position in advance of primary Adam Taff, a former fighter pilot, and Kris Kobach, a law professor are the two leading Republican candidates fighting it out to see who gets to advance to take on incumbent Democrat Dennis Moore in Kansas' 2nd District. Taff, who ran against Moore in 2002 and narrowly lost was expected to coast to the nomination, but has run into Kris Kobach, who is running as a "pure" conservative and emphasizing social issues. Taff, who has always positioned himself as a moderate, recently got creamed in a straw...
  • I need help with my turn page paper on the collapse of communism

    04/30/2004 10:13:23 AM PDT · by johnmartineu · 381 replies · 5,673+ views
    myself | 4/30 | johnmartineu, author of the NY Times bestseller, "kittens ripped my turn page paper"
    Hi! My name is John Martineu. Im 18 and a student of Dover high School in Dover Delaware. I have been assigned a final term project. We are to do a 20 page turn paper on different subjects. I am doing one on the collapse of communism. Since you coservatives know alot about this, I was wondering if you could help me out. First Id like to know what communism is and how it is different from socialism? Second I would also like to know about why Russia collapsed. Third could you tell me why you refer to certain people...
  • Moore is likely to keep Kerry at arm's length

    03/18/2004 7:08:53 PM PST · by tomball · 6 replies · 110+ views
    The Kansas City Star ^ | March 18, 2004 | MATT STEARNS
    WASHINGTON — Call it Rep. Dennis Moore's biennial kabuki dance of survival.Moore, a Democrat representing Kansas' solidly Republican 3rd Congressional District since 1998, must always be wary of being too closely aligned with the more liberal tendencies of the Democratic Party.Which helps explain why Moore would not say whether he would formally endorse Sen. John Kerry, of Massachusetts, who has wrapped up the Democratic presidential nomination, and why Moore will keep his own re-election campaign distanced from Kerry's efforts in Kansas.“My coattails aren't long enough to carry a presidential nominee in my district,” Moore said. “They're about three-quarters of...
  • Why Administration Mod in 2004?

    06/04/2003 10:17:52 AM PDT · by upheaval · 105 replies · 1,062+ views
    <p>Wherever Administration Moderator went, he was greeted by huge, enthusiastic crowds of cheering people – people as far as the eye could see - reaching out to Administration Moderator and he reaching back at every opportunity. Administration Moderator has got the right stuff, he loved being with the FReepers and the FReepers loved being with Administration Moderator. There is a genuine connection between the Moderator and his message and the FReepers. Administration Moderator could capture the presidency in 2004!</p>
  • Kansas House seat's runner-up tries again in suburban district (KS-3)

    05/28/2003 10:05:11 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 6 replies · 216+ views
    The Hill ^ | 5/28/03 | Peter Savodnik
    Everyone agrees that Adam Taff is a contender. The Kansas Republican has $150,000-plus in the bank, name recognition and a firm grip. The big question facing the 6-foot-3 college-football star turned Navy fighter pilot is whether Republicans in Washington will help him defeat Democratic Rep. Dennis Moore, who narrowly beat Taff last year to hold onto his 3rd District seat in the Kansas City suburbs. Last time, as Taff and his political consultant, Joseph Gaylord, see it, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) dropped the ball by not responding to Democratic television ads. "They were solidly in the mindset that...
  • Moore decides against run versus Brownback (Kansas)

    03/04/2003 10:17:03 PM PST · by LdSentinal · 23 replies · 315+ views
    Topeka - Congressman Dennis Moore told fellow Democrats on Saturday that he would not run for the U.S. Senate next year. And Moore's preferred candidate, former U.S. Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman, said he wasn't planning a campaign, either. However, a few prominent Democrats prepared to work on Glickman. Democrats are looking for a strong candidate to challenge Republican Sen. Sam Brownback in 2004, someone who is known to voters and can raise between $2 million and $3 million in campaign contributions. As they gathered Saturday for the events surrounding their annual Washington Days convention, party activists were inspired by Gov....
  • ZOT! [Prime example of sleeper accounts: AM]

    02/24/2003 9:54:51 AM PST · by noninterventionist · 263 replies · 1,128+ views
    February 21, 2003
  • Predictions for 2003 (" will collapse")

    01/15/2003 11:08:17 AM PST · by Little Timmie · 101 replies · 1,630+ views will collapse under the sheer weight of the stupidity generated there daily. It will be reborn as
  • Zot

    12/06/2002 12:59:49 PM PST · by walkin in a freeper wonderland · 206 replies · 2,017+ views
  • Republican Group Pulls Campaign Ad

    09/12/2002 3:30:30 PM PDT · by GeneD · 6 replies · 205+ views
    Filed at 6:11 p.m. ET WASHINGTON (AP) -- Republicans yanked a radio ad Thursday that was aimed at black voters in Kansas and Missouri comparing Social Security benefits to slavery reparations -- except paid to whites by blacks. It was the latest skirmish in a multistate war over Social Security ads pegged to November's congressional elections. The commercial was paid for by a Republican interest group and aired in the Kansas City area on an urban contemporary station whose listeners are predominantly black. GOPAC, which is headed by Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating, said the ad was a mistake and withdrew...