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LanternEverywhere, in 'Historic tax relief': Kansas House advances flat tax plan to governor - Kansas Reflector

Calling a flat tax "tax relief" is such nonsense, because it'll only help the wealthy, and they ain't experiencing any suffering that needs relief

snooggums,
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Tax relief for the wealthy.

HarkMahlberg, in How a fake Keanu Reeves convinced a Kansas woman to abandon her dream of being president - Kansas Reflector
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...CIA poser?

Farr dreamed of joining Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as a third-party alternative to the inevitable rematch between Joe Biden and Donald Trump in next year’s presidential election.

Like RFK Jr., Farr refuses to believe the avalanche of credible evidence that shows the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.

There’s another reason she believes they would be natural running mates. The way Farr sees it, President Lyndon Johnson was responsible for killing both her father and RFK Jr.’s uncle.

Ohhh, she's a crackpot, I get it now.

Farr envisioned a “Camelot 2.0,” in which she would provide reparations for families who lost a loved one from COVID-19 or the vaccines, remove innocent people like herself from the terrorist watch list, and introduce a “justice amendment” to the U.S. Constitution that would level the playing field between the rich and poor.

XD

HarkMahlberg,
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I was going to make a joke that she's one of the people Reagan so generously freed from the asylums, but oh no...

Last year, when she took advantage of a loophole that allowed her to file for U.S. Senate races in two states, U.S. Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma tried to have her committed to a mental health institution, she claimed. And she believes Moran schemed with Kansas Secretary of State Scott Schwab to flip votes.

Farr sued Inhofe, Moran, Schwab, the CIA, the FBI and the IRS, along with various other state and federal entities, after her stinging defeats in both Oklahoma and Kansas. She represented herself in the case, as she had done with two previous lawsuits that had been dismissed earlier in 2022.

Clay Barker, general counsel to Schwab, referenced Farr’s lawsuit when he appeared last week before a special elections committee. As lawmakers courted conspiracy theories, Barker tried to convince them of the integrity of Kansas elections.

Barker talked about the absurdity of claims brought by people like Farr, who also had tried to convince Crabtree that the CIA used cloaks of invisibility to infiltrate her home and steal the secret algorithm that allows officials to control the outcome of elections.

Props to the editors of the Kansas Reflector, I don't know how you played this article so straight. It's just... pure gold.

Rocky001,

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  • o0joshua0o, in Marshall to federal employees on brink of shutdown: ‘We all have to, you know, sacrifice’

    “We all have to sacrifice” implies that there is some greater good that will result from the shutdown. But there is not. It’s pure stupidity.

    who8mydamnoreos, in Top Kansas Republicans push flat tax proposal, pan Medicaid expansion - Kansas Reflector

    Republicans, we help those who can already help themselves.

    Pons_Aelius, in Are bicyclists required to follow the same road rules as other drivers in Kansas?
    Jaysyn, in Warrant for ‘chilling’ raid on Kansas newspaper withdrawn by prosecutor, lawyer says
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    It's a little bit too late for that.

    ptsdstillinmymind,

    This is the start to the white washing.

    TORFdot0, in Kansas moves to join Texas and other states in requiring porn sites to verify people’s ages

    VPN business is booming thanks to republicans. Because people aren’t going to change their porn habits and I doubt porn sites are going to implement these controls.

    Tylerdurdon, in Kansas moves to join Texas and other states in requiring porn sites to verify people’s ages

    So then people would have to identify themselves at some level to verify age, right? I’m surprised there’s not a large amount of pushback from their own people.

    slazer2au,

    Because those who are dumb enough to support laws like this are also the kind of people who ask “why do you support children accessing porn? Are you some kind of groomer?”

    Jaysyn, in 'Historic tax relief': Kansas House advances flat tax plan to governor - Kansas Reflector
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    LOL, Kansas is about to suicide their government, again.

    LEDZeppelin, in Statehouse scraps: GOP leaders' tax bill lavishes top 20% of Kansas earners with 70% of benefits - Kansas Reflector

    It’s simple. When homelessness and crime increase as a result of Republican reverse-robin hood, just blame it all on immigrants, minorities, democrats, lack of “god” in schools, critical race theory, drugs, Gyna, LGBTQ, socialism, libraries, etc.

    You can do miracles when you know your dipshit base will suck anything up.

    Rocky001, in How a fake Keanu Reeves convinced a Kansas woman to abandon her dream of being president - Kansas Reflector

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  • BroBot9000, in 'I'm not real proud': St. Marys public library gets new lease by removing LGBTQ books for kids - Kansas Reflector
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    Oh look, the religious cult gets its way again.

    How about we get rid of bibles with all the rape and slavery? Or hold your priests accountable for touching the alter boys?

    NO! These books will lead kids away from our cult indoctrination. How should we guilt kids into believing in OUR cult otherwise if we don’t groom them to believe they are sinners?

    MajorHavoc, in How a fake Keanu Reeves convinced a Kansas woman to abandon her dream of being president - Kansas Reflector

    Holy shit. Wow. Just wow.

    For those wondering if this is a parody… The rest of Joan’s web presence says no…no it’s not. Or someone worked very hard on the joke.

    Wow.

    doublejay1999, in Kansas faces shortfall of 34,000 college-educated workers through 2030
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    Train some one.

    tallwookie, in Kansas faces shortfall of 34,000 college-educated workers through 2030

    probably for very valid reasons. how many 4 year degrees do you need to run a farm?

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