Tuesday, December 30, 2014

In other words, Brownback's "real-live experiment" for right-wing policies is a huge bust

Correction:  Keeping Kansas in the Red

Republicans see Kansas tax cuts as 'cautionary tale'.  (Kansas City Business Journal, 12/29/2014)

Should we be concerned that Wisconsin is not mentioned here?
Republicans in states such as Indiana, Ohio, Iowa and Georgia say Kansas is serving as a cautionary tale on the dangers of aggressive tax cuts. The lesson appears to point to phased-in cuts and triggers that depend on state revenue.

Related posts:
Republicans gone wild in Kansas.  (12/26/2014)
Dear Governor Brownback.  (12/25/2014)
Dueling Headlines, or, Just because Sam Brownback says it, doesn't mean it's so.  (12/20/2014)
KC Healthy Kids needs to work on its timing.  (12/20/2014) 
Sam Brownback: "The sun is shining in Kansas and don't let anyone tell you different."  (12/11/2014)
Why it's probably best not to be in Kansas anymore.  (12/11/2014)
So....does this make Sam Brownback a liar?  (12/10/2014)
Scott Walker takes his tax cut cues from Sam Brownback.  (11/13/2014)
Scott Walker, Sam Brownback, and Rick Scott: The comeback copycats.  (10/25/2014)
Governors Sam Brownback and Scott Walker use the same playbook.  (9/15/2014)
You don't have to inhale deeply to catch a whiff of Wisconsin here.  (9/15/2014)
It's not a pretty picture for Kansas Governor Sam Brownback.  (7/18/2014)
As Kansas becomes increasingly irrelevant, a goofy sideshow.  (2/14/2014)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It could be an update of Bleeding Kansas. Except the state is hemorrhaging money.