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Former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius endorses Hillary Clinton

WICHITA, Kansas – Former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on Monday.

Seblius released the following statement:

“Hillary Clinton has dedicated her life to fighting for women, families, and children, and I am proud to endorse her candidacy for president. 119 more words


Another Top Democrat Defies Federal Law to Target Opponents

This is from Constitution.com. 

The DemocRats think that laws do not apply to them.

This is why we need Ted Cruz as president as he appoint judges that will follow the Constitution and enforce the law. 663 more words

New at Live Action: Kansas Ex-AG Phil Kline Returns to Bring Pro-Abortion Persecutors to Justice

Remember Phill Kline, the pro-life former Attorney General of Kansas who was persecuted and eventually stripped of his law license for his efforts to bring Planned Parenthood to justice? 100 more words

Former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to speak at FHSU

HAYS, Kan. (AP) — Former U.S. health and human services secretary Kathleen Sebelius is participating in a lecture series named after her late father-in-law.

The Great Bend Tribune reports that Sebelius, also a former Kansas governor, is appearing Oct. 79 more words


Nuns spread Pope's message of inclusion in Topeka

TOPEKA (KSNT) — The nuns who got off their big tour bus near the Topeka Rescue Mission Saturday morning do not fit the stereotype.

There were no long, black habits or rosary beads. 387 more words


Sebelius: A livable community is a healthy community

More racial diversity, greater economic inequality and wider polarization of politics separate contemporary America from any other era in the country’s history, said Kathleen Sebelius, the Obama administration’s former secretary of the Department Health and Human Services. 894 more words

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Sebelius brings governmental experience to week’s conversation

Kathleen Sebelius has been the facilitator and architect of two livable communities, and she will discuss both of these roles at 10:45 a.m. today in the Amphitheater. 343 more words

Chautauqua Institution