This is a "We the People" event. A few dozen or a couple hundred in attendance will not likely arrest the actions of the state. There is NO single group headlining or taking credit. Some info from various sources related to our spending problems can be found at http://www.ks912state.org/Info_Not_Yours_to_Give.pdf
Many of us realize the problem goes way beyond just spending and really centers on the absolute disregard of our founding principles and the law.
None the less, living large and taking on new obligations during a depressed economy is irresponsible at best. Delaying statutory payments and manipulating dedicated accounts to grow government or expand entitlements on borrowed money or without future funding sources is unconscionable.
No amount of government will ever eliminate the hardships of life but it can certainly aggravate them. It is time to end the nanny state. More importantly, it is time to participate in our own governance. It is a personal responsibility for which there is no substitute.
What is your freedom worth? Please plan to Join US at the State Capital
Event Speakers (speaking order not yet set)
Rep. Charlotte O’Hara
Dist. 27 Overland Park
"Federal control of the state through the state budget”
Chairman, Wichita South Central 9-12 Group
“Government Charity, the Constitution and the Rule of Law”
President, Kansas Policy Institute
“Kansas Budget Policy and Spending Habits”
Rep. Kasha Kelley
Dist 79, Vice Chair, House Appropriation Committee
Sen. Ty Masterson
Dist. 16, Senate Ways & Means Committee
"Spending Restraints and Tax Reductions, SB1"
Richard D. Fry
General Counsel-Patriots Coalition
“Govt. Lawlessness and Implementing Obama Care”
Born in Ecuador – MADE in America
“Reason to Become a New Born American”
KS State Director, Americans for Prosperity
“History of a Growing Kansas Budget”
Rep. Lance Kinzer
Dist. 14, Chairman, House Judiciary Committee
“Court of Appeals Legislation”