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No it's not Henny Penny. Please come home.

Recently we became aware of and shared with you a communal involving Johnson County, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri governments conducting greenhouse gas surveys. At the end of the posting dated February 8, 2015… 528 more words

George Soros

We Must Have Order!

I sometimes think that the small daily vexations of government do more to wake up regular people than the really big abuses of government. Below is a relevant anecdote. 752 more words

Current Events

Greene Tennis Courts Face Opposition

By. Brent Wilson, Field Officer

The request for a Special Use Permit (SUP) for a tennis facility in Greene County easily got approved by the Planning Commission, not so much when it came before the Board of Supervisors at their… 1,265 more words

Board Of Supervisors

Taking Care of Aging Parents:

The thought that one’s parents may be reaching the point of needing long term healthcare or of becoming incapacitated is difficult at best. At some point you may need to make some decisions about their care. 195 more words

Estate Planning

You need to know - What are fixtures?

Fixtures are items that were originally personal property but which have been permanently attached or installed to the land or improvements thereby becoming a part of the real estate


Managing the Estate of a Loved One:

Many people think that by leaving no Will or estate plan, they are avoiding the involvement of the Probate Court. The opposite is true. The Probate Court must get involved to a much greater extent when someone dies without a valid Will because somebody has to legally gain authority to manage the Deceased’s affairs. 141 more words

Estate Planning

The Supreme Court Should Not Abandon "Stare Decisis" in "Kimble v. Marvel Enterprises" Case Given Reliance Interest

The Supreme Court’s 1964 decision in Brulotte v. Thys Co. has been among the Court’s more heavily criticized patent law decisions. A number of academics and appeals court judges have complained that… 830 more words

U.S. Supreme Court