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2007 State Convention - Announcement and Invitation

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Please join us for the 2007 State Convention of the Reform Party of Kansas!

Where: Puffy's Steak and Ice House
215 Main St.
Maple Hill, KS  66507-9400
Maps: Google Maps - Mapquest
When: Saturday, June 23rd, 2007
10:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Hour Lunch Break around Noon

Info Site - Fluoride Action Network

The Fluoride Action Network (F.A.N.) is an international coalition seeking to broaden public awareness about the toxicity of fluoride compounds and the health impacts of current fluoride exposures.

Along with providing comprehensive and up-to-date information on fluoride issues to citizens, scientists, and policymakers alike, FAN remains vigilant in monitoring government agency actions that may impact the public's exposure to fluoride.

Fluoride News Index

MInuteman Operation U-Turn Rally - Sept. 30

2006-09-30 09:00
2006-09-30 16:00

Stop illegal immigration, Kansas City Smart Port, and the NAFTA highway. Find out what you can do. Map link

Bob Dacy - It’s the Law! Feds Pave the Way to Toll and Privatize the Interstate Highways

"On July 29, 2005, President Bush signed a bill which permits and promotes the charging of tolls on existing and planned interstate highways, bridges, and tunnels. Before the passage of the bill, known as SAFETEA-LU, or “Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users”, it was generally illegal to charge tolls on roads built with Federal funds. What’s more, the tolls collected will be automatic, requiring universally compatible toll transponder tags on every vehicle.

SAFETEA-LU makes possible a variety of programs, all aimed at forcing Americans to pay to travel." - Bob Dacy

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Campaign 02 Lessons Learned

Campaign 02 was a real learning curve for all of us. For many of us, this was the discovery of how the process works, and a lot of groping around in the dark without experienced people to rely upon. The first thing that should be noted is that we were ill prepared for a real challenge to the Majors when we tried to put together our Campaigns in just about 6 months, and with little to no money. They learned long ago to get started on the next election the moment the current election is over. They also have a developed long term plan, which the Reform Party has to develop now. They utilize the entire 2 to 6 year election cycle to build up their bank accounts and have the money necessary for the advertising etc. to win. The Reform Party has now had its teeth cut by a younger group that will be able to build upon their experiences, and pass it on to our next group of leaders. Many of the points brought up by some of our past Candidates were very useful, and I want to thank them now. Darrel King, Alvin Bauman, and anyone I may have missed here, Thank You for all that you taught us.

Welcome Home!

Many corporate, national, and international groups are taking away our rights and freedoms for their own profit. They succeed in their goals to establish global fascist feudalism primarily by dividing us, pitting each of us against our neighbors, and by trapping us in vices that put our own passions at odds with our better judgement, keeping us from uniting for our common cause of protecting our freedoms from greedy, selfish tyrants.

Take a moment to look up and see the forces that are manipulating us for their own purposes. Please, Join Us in Reform. Click to sign up!

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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