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Is Abortion in the Kansas Constitution?

The Kansas Constitution was adopted on October 4, 1859 (four years after abortion was made illegal.)  Its approval by the Congress was held up over concerns about balance between free and slave states being admitted to the Union.  When succession of the Southern states was no longer an issue, Kansas was admitted on January 29, […]

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Judge Found “Right” to Abortion in Kansas Constitution

I am amazed almost every day by what Judges across the country are finding in the Constitution. When the founders of this country were deciding our form of government, they did not worry about the judiciary.  They thought the judiciary would be deciding who owned a mule or other similar disputes. The other two branches […]

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Dismemberment Abortion and the Kansas Constitution

For 84 days the great state of Kansas led the nation by banning live dismemberment abortion. In dismemberment abortion the unborn child, “dies just as a human adult or child would…” writes Justice Anthony Kennedy in a U.S. Supreme Court opinion, “It bleeds to death as it is torn limb from limb.” By the time […]

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Judicial Reform – Even Dead People can be Elected!

Even Dead People can be Elected! Believe it or not, some judges (think they) rule the world.  And in Kansas, the attorneys and judges have a perfect system for them, but not for you and me, the citizens. Attorneys appoint the majority of a nominating committee.  The nominating committee selects three names for appointment to […]

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