Aimee Patton

A pleasantly eccentric take on politics

Update 12/17/2014 Congressman Yoder has finally come out and commented on his role in inserting the Big Banks language into the Omnibus bill. In his newsletter yesterday this was included, Some members of the media have been misconstruing one provision in particular that I supported in the Appropriations Committee earlier in the year. I joined …

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I’m tired of writing about politics for the moment, so I thought I would take a break and share a dilemma about my recent trip to Branson, MO. That’s right – I went to Branson, MO.  It shocks even my closest friends that I go to Branson, MO. Why? If you met me, you would …

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You bought the turkey, the potatoes and the green beans in anticipation of Thanksgiving 2014. It’s the day before Thanksgiving and you’ve got everything ready.  There is one thing, however, that has your anxiety building.  It’s not if you will be able to get the right ratio of green beans to crunchy onions or if …

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This is the story about two people and something that is almost unheard of these days.  This is the story about a politically opposite friendship-one conservative and one liberal who don’t agree on anything, but still manage to have an amazing friendship. Our friendship start years ago when Obama was elected to his second term.  …

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Dear people of Kansas,   We all know that the election is over and Brownback is set to govern for another term. Now that it’s over, we’ve got ourselves a little problem.  It’s no biggie really – just a teeny, tiny  problem.  In case you haven’t heard, we are broke.  I’m not just talking a …

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