Archive for Sunday, January 11, 2009

Kline to teach at Liberty University

January 11, 2009


— Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline is headed to Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., where he will be a visiting law professor.

Kline is an anti-abortion Republican who served as attorney general in 2003-07 and launched an investigation of Dr. George Tiller’s abortion clinic months after taking office.

After failing to win re-election in 2006, Kline became Johnson County district attorney to replace Paul Morrison, a former Republican who switched parties and beat Kline in the attorney general’s race.

Kline lost his bid for a full term as Johnson County district attorney in the Republican primary last year. He leaves office on Monday, the same day he begins his job at Liberty.


bondmen 9 years ago

Good for you Phill Kline! The law students at Liberty University need to know how liar lawyer abortionists are able to thwart the will of the people in the state of Kansas in order to kill innocent near-born humans in defiance of the will of the people who through their legislature made laws repeatably broken by the notorious Tiller the Killer.

somebodynew 9 years ago

I just hope he become more than a "visiting" professor and stays there. OH, and maybe bondmen he can also have a class or two on lawyers who do anything and say anything and violated laws and ethics for their own religious views. Despite being elected for an office to serve the people of Kansas. He certainly knows enogh about that topic.

KEITHMILES05 9 years ago

Just to get him out of the state is a blessing from God.

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