A Vote for the lessor of two evils is still a vote for evil.

2006 Candidate Appeal

We are quickly approaching the 2006 State Convention of the Reform Party of Kansas.  This meeting is also the nominating caucus for the selection of our slate of candidates to run in November 2006 (looks like Nov. 7th).  The State Convention/Caucus will be on May 27th or June 3rd in Maple Hill, KS.

If you are interested in running for office on the Reform Party of Kansas ballot, or if you know someone who might be, please let me know, or let them know that they can contact me:

Joseph Martin
785-xxx-xxxx (cell)

We need to reclaim this country and state for Americans against the growing hostility against us, both domestic and foreign.  Many of our problems today are due to the lack of good candidates over the last several decades (and an abundance of self-serving politicians).

Voting Pro-Life or Pro-Choice


Every election year voters' emotions run high because politicians use two wedge issues to split the voters, trying to trick voters into voting for them. Conservative Republicans and a few Democrats proudly (and loudly) proclaim to be pro-life. While on the other hand Democrats (and a few Republicans) sheepishly proclaim to be pro-choice.

Millions cast their vote for these politicians just for these two issues. Most of these voters to not take into account what both parties are doing to hurt the very people that are voting for them.

"In Many Ways These Voters are Voting Against Themselves!"

How to Destroy America - Dick Lamm

We know Dick Lamm as the former Governor of Colorado. In that context his thoughts are particularly poignant. Last week there was an immigration overpopulation conference in Washington, DC, filled to capacity by many of American's finest minds and leaders. A brilliant college professor by the name of Victor Hansen Davis talked about his latest book, Mexifornia," explaining how immigration - both legal and illegal - was destroying the entire state of California. He said it would march across the country until it destroyed all vestiges of The American Dream.

2005 State Convention Summary

On June 25, 2005, the Reform Party of Kansas held its 2005 State Convention in St. Marys, KS, at the meeting room of St. Marys State Bank on KS Hwy 24. All the current state party officers attended, as well as a number of active Reform Party of Kansas members. Some guests also attended portions of the meeting.

Up for election were the state party vice-chairman and the state party secretary, members of the Executive Committee for the 2nd and 4th Congressional Districts as well as the three RPUSA National Committee members.

Agribusiness Examiner - Congress Passes, Clinton Prepares to Sign Annual Freedom to Farm Bill Bailout Money

Excerpt from The Agribusiness Examiner, Issue # 76, June 1, 2000


Congress has passed and Bill Clinton is expected to sign a $15 billion package of farm assistance --- including $5.5 billion in direct payments that would reach farmers by September 30, in the midst of the congressional campaigns --- to compensate growers for a third straight year of low commodity prices and to allow growers to buy cheaper crop insurance.


Yet, as Abner Deatherage, a retired U.S. foreign service officer who lives in Prairie Village, Kansas and James D. Baldwin, a former rancher from Independence, Missouri and chairman of Local 249 Retiree Chapter of the United Auto Workers, rightfully pointed out in a recent Kansas City Star op-ed essay, "these bailouts are unsatisfactory -- many farmers are underpaid while some are overpaid.

"Also, bailouts are uncertain and cost taxpayers substantially more than would a dependable, fair permanent price support program. A basically reformed foreign policy --- especially its unconstitutional trade element --- is keenly needed. United States agricultural and other exports must recover and increase under a rational, mutually beneficial trade policy," they add.

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