Wichita economic development incentives: Do they help? The Wichita City Council regularly awards economic development incentives. Are these incentives helpful, or not?
In November the Wichita City Council granted Industrial Revenue Bonds to Spirit Aerosystems.
The amount of the proposed bond issue was $49,000,000. The purpose of these IRBs is to allow the recipient to escape the payment of […] Wichita Liberty
Kansas advanced biofuels plant subject of New York Times story The New York Times has provided a story on the future of advanced biofuels, using a plant under construction in Kansas as the centerpiece. The plant, near the western Kansas town of Hugoton, produces cellulosic ethanol. Instead of using kernels of corn as input, the plant uses material like corn […] Wichita Liberty
Franklin Roosevelt, contributor to modern nanny state If you’ve wondered what was the genesis of the modern nanny state, listen to this speech by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. It’s part of his State of the Union Address from 1944.
The purpose of the original Bill of Rights is to protect our freedoms from government. But to provide the things […] Wichita Liberty
WichitaLiberty.TV: Term limits, initiative, and referendum A candidate challenging a long-time incumbent for United States Senator from Kansas provides the opportunity to explore the need for term limits, and the related concepts of initiative and referendum. This is an excerpt from February 16, 2014. View below, or click here to view at YouTube. […] Wichita Liberty
Wichita develops plans to make up for past planning mistakes On several issues, including street maintenance, water supply, and economic development, Wichita government and civic leaders have let our city fall behind. Now they ask for your support for future plans to correct these mistakes in past plans.
Wichita/Sedgwick County Community Investment Plan logo.
In February the City of Wichita held […] Wichita Liberty
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