Gov. Sam Brownback speaks about tourism in the Flint Hills, wind farm controversy in Cowley County

By Scott Rothschild · May 17, 2011 · Comment on this

Gov. Sam Brownback on Tuesday speaks about the attraction of the Flint Hills and also comments about the recent controversy in Cowley County, where officials there have said Brownback's expansion of a wind-farm free zone eliminated a potential wind project. Brownback denies the assertion, saying that the project wasn't going to happen anyway. The comments were made during the governor's summit on the Flint Hills.

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Jan Rolls 4 years ago

How long have the flint hills been there? I guess they have been overun with tourists and we just didn't know it.

Richard Heckler 4 years ago

Sam Brownback is following the same governing blueprint that Gov Scott Walker of Wisconsin is implementing.

According to Jim Hightower you'll find piles of right-wing money from the Koch brothers, the DeVos family, the Erik Prince(Blackwater Mercenary Army fame) family, and the Waltons of Wal-Mart supporting this racial neoconservative christian fundamentalist venture.

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