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Episode #128 (FINAL): July 26, 2009
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Christina Kasica
Communications Manager
Show appearance: Jun. 8, 2008

Christina helps make connections to media and shape messages that bring UFE¹s key education and research in the area of taxation to as wide an audience as possible.

She has worked in communications since 1990, most recently in Robert Reich¹s political campaign and before that in the technology industry. In 2003 she served as director of a workforce development program in Chelsea for IBA/STRIVE.

Christina studied languages and history at Harvard University and holds an
M.A. in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.


Sen. Joseph Kenney
NH State Senator, Gubernatorial Candidate
Show appearance: July 8, 2007

Sen. Joseph D. Kenney, a Republican from Wakefield, is in his fourteenth year in the legislature. He beat well known Conway radio talk host George Cleveland, the Grandson of President Grover Cleveland, and long time Democrat activist to win his third term in the Senate this past fall. A Lt. Col in the Marines reserves active duty the Senator was called up to serve during his term last year in Iraq. He was known to do constituent service work from his laptop while in Iraq. The senator worked his way up from private to Lt. Col; has been a member of the U.S. Marine Corps since 1980, and today serves as a special projects officer. During his career Joe has also been a public assistance officer, a teacher, and a summer youth director.


Jack Kenny
Blogger, LewRockwell.com
Show appearance: Sep. 9, 2007

A Connecticut native, I came to New Hampshire 35 years ago, to work as a volunteer for a Republican insurgent, conservative Congressman John Ashbrook of Ohio, challenging the renomination of Richard Nixon in the New Hampshire Republican Primary in 1972. I later was graduated from Saint Anselm College and returned to New Hampshire in 1978 to become a Union Leader/New Hampshire Sunday News correspondent in 1978 and have lived and worked in New Hampshire ever since. In the early Eighties, I was reporter/columnist/associate editor and then editor of the now defunct Manchester Journal. For nearly 15 years, I was a regular columnist on the editorial and op-ed pages of the Union Leader/Sunday News. For the past 17 years, I have been a frequent contributing reporter and occasional columnist for New Hampshire Business Review and, since 2002 for New Hampshire magazine. I am also a frequent contributor to The Wanderer, a conservative Catholic weekly out of St. Paul, Minnesota and an occasional contributor to The New American, the flagship publication of The John Birch Society. My columns frequently appear on lewrockwell.com, a libertarian web site.

Until today (Friday), I have been a registered Republican since the Goldwater days of my youth. By the time I see you I will have been an independent voter for an hour or so.


Daphne Kenyon
The Lincoln Institute
Show appearance: Jan. 27, 2008

Daphne A. Kenyon is an economist who works half time as visiting fellow at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in Cambridge, Massachusetts and half time doing consulting through D. A. Kenyon & Associates, her public finance consulting firm in Windham, New Hampshire.  Currently she also serves on New Hampshire’s State Board of Education and on the Education Commission of the States.  Prior to founding her own consulting firm, Kenyon served as president of The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy; professor and chair in the Economics Department at Simmons College; senior economist with the Office of Tax Analysis at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the Urban Institute, and the U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations; and Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College.  Kenyon earned her B.A. in Economics from Michigan State University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Michigan. 


Barbara Keshen
NH Civil Liberties Union
Show appearance: Jul. 11, 2009

No description given.


Imran Khan
Retired Pakistan Air Force Officer
Show appearance: Apr. 05, 2009

Imran Khan served in the Pakistani Air Force (PAF) and now lives in
Boston where he observes, analyzes, and comments on Pakistani and
South Asian issues.


Wayne King
Former NH State Senator
Democratic Candidate for Governor
Show appearance: Feb. 08, 2009

No description given.


Adrienne Kinne
Former Army Reservist, Arabic Linguist
Show appearance: June 10, 2007

No description given.


Gail Kinney
Labor Leader
AFL-CIO
Show appearance: Oct. 05, 2008, Nov. 16, 2008

No description given.


Michael Kitch
Laconia Daily Sun
Show appearance: Mar. 09, 2008

Served as aide to four Senate Presidents, two Republicans and two Democrats.

Staff writer for New Hampshire Times and New Hampshire Business Review.

Investor relations officer at New Hampshire Savings Bank Corporation.

Currently Senior Reporter at the Laconia Daily Sun.


Eleanor Glynn Kjellman
NH Representative
Show appearance: Apr. 13, 2008

No description given.


Kathryn Kolbert
President of People for the American Way
Show appearance: Jul. 20, 2008

No description given.


Karen Kraut
State Partnership Coordinator
Show appearance: Jun. 8, 2008

Karen coordinates the newly formed Tax Fairness Organizing Collaborative, a network of fair tax coalitions in sixteen states that are working to increase the fairness and adequacy of the state and federal tax systems. She also works with state coalitions to develop a popular education workshop curriculum that explains states? fiscal systems and mobilizes people to advocate for progressive tax reform.

Karen authored the article "High Stakes: Why and How Nonprofits
Must Engage on State Tax Policy."

Prior to coming to UFE, Karen worked as a public housing community organizer in northern California and as a legislative assistant for Congresswoman (now Senator) Olympia Snowe in Washington, DC. She holds a Masters degree in public health from the University of California, Berkeley.


Dennis Kucinich
Congressman & Presidential Candidate
Show appearance: Nov. 4, 2007

No description given.

Keith Kuenning
Exec. Director of the NH Interagency Council on Homelessness
Show appearance: Dec. 21, 2008

No description given.

Rep. Neal Kurk
NH State Representative (R)
Show appearance: June 3, 2007 , Dec. 16, 2007, Feb. 01, 2009

Representative Neal Kurk is a Republican from Weare, NH. Representative Kurk has served 11 terms in the NH House of Representatives and formerly taught business at New England College. He currently serves on the House Finance Committee.

Atty. Brad Kuster
Conservation Law Foundation
Commercial Ratepayer Group
Show appearance: Apr. 22, 2007, Feb. 1, 2009

Bradford W. Kuster is a Staff Attorney. Brad focuses on renewable energy, climate change, and acid rain. Before joining CLF's staff, Brad was a member of CLF's New Hampshire Advisory Board and practiced with the Concord law firm of Orr and Reno . He continues to serve as a court appointed mediator in a number of the New Hampshire Superior Courts. Brad received a BS from the School of Natural Resources at the University of Michigan and his JD from the University of Michigan Law School. Brad's bar admissions include: State of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Federal Court-First District, Federal District Court for the District of New Hampshire and the First Circuit Court of Appeals.
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