[UPDATE Nov. 9: Caddell lost with under 32% of the vote.] Michael Caddell, the husband of notorious abortionist, Kris (Ann Kristin) Neuhaus, is the Democratic candidate for State Representative of Dist. 47 in rural, northeast Kansas. Caddell, 61, is a “semi-retired” producer of left-wing podcasts and a “self-described hell-raiser” (according to the Lawrence Journal World).
Most pro-life Kansans know Neuhaus as the abortionist with two decades of disciplinary interactions from the State Board of Healing Arts, culminating in revocation of her medical license. The Board assessed her as incompetent, “showing no signs of remorse” and “incapable of successful rehabilitation.”
Shawnee County District Judge Franklin Theis has inexcusably indulged her efforts to get the license reinstated. The second appeal from her has been dormant in his possession for 18 months.
Judge Theis is the master of ‘delay-delay-delay’ when it comes to Neuhaus –as well as to Kansas abortion litigation. He has unduly stalled, for over five years, implementation of the abortion clinic licensure law which pro-lifers had worked ten years to achieve.
Judge Franklin Theis is on the Shawnee County ballot for retention. Pro-lifers cannot support him.
UNQUALIFIED FOR PUBLIC OFFICE
Michael Caddell’s political views are further to the left than those of Bernie Sanders and in fact balks at having to don the Democrat label because he thinks it’s too conservative! Caddell had been licensed to carry a gun through 2005 and “provided security” outside various abortion clinics–mainly where his wife worked.
Caddell failed repeatedly to indoctrinate rural Kansas towns with his radical socialist manifestos. (see here and here) When living in Westmoreland, in the early 1990’s, he bought three small news weeklies and in short order the staff quit and the papers folded. Residents there, in the shadow of Ft. Riley, didn’t appreciate his anti-war diatribes and style of muckraking. In Nortonville, where he and Neuhaus now live, residents were both insulted and repulsed at his attempts at journalism. As the Lawrence Journal World reported:
Nortonville’s mayor submitted copies of Caddell’s “Flying Cock-fighter” flyer to the county attorney, registering a complaint about the obscenity. “He’s a screwball…a nut,” Mayor Herman Ackmann said of Caddell. “Why he thinks he’s a journalist, I’ll never know.”
Most certainly, District 47 constituents should reject Michael Caddell for state representative, much less any public office.
NEUHAUS SAGA REVISITED
Kris Neuhaus is the failed abortionist with two decades of disciplinary interactions from the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts. It began with the federal Drug Enforcement Agency stripping her of prescription authority in 1998, followed by patient complaints and Board interventions in which she was twice labeled a “danger to the public.”
Neuhaus held on to her medical license (under conditions of Board monitoring and additional training) and eventually her sole income came from supplying George Tiller with “independent referrals” for late-term abortions. Before Tiller’s death in May of 2009, the Board had initiated revocation of the licenses of both Tiller and Neuhaus. After arduous and expensive state proceedings, Neuhaus’ license was revoked…and overturned…and revoked again– and the second appeal is not yet completed, due to Judge Theis.
QUICK FACTS ON NEUHAUS REVOCATION :
- July 2012- The state Board revoked her Kansas medical license for “professional incompetence” and “failing to meet minimum requirements for maintaining records.” Neuhaus appealed.
- March 2014- Judge Theis overturned the revocation and sent the matter back to the Board for reconsideration.
- Jan. 2015- The Board issued a second revocation against Neuhaus on the single issue of incomplete medical files for 11 teens obtaining third trimester abortions through Tiller. The legal costs owed the Board were reassessed at just under $32,000.00.
- March 2015- Neuhaus appealed.
- Nov. 2016- Judge Theis has not yet ruled on the repayment issue with further action on the stalled appeal scheduled for phone conference next week …AFTER the judge’s retention election.