GMO Corn Litigation may settle like GMO Rice Litigation

GMO Rice Litigation Settled for $750 Million

In July 2011, Bayer paid $750 million to settle a very similar litigation involving GMO rice seed to about 11,000 rice farmers in the United States who sued Bayer after the LibertyLink seed cross-contaminated more than 30% of American rice fields, ruining their export value.

In the GMO Corn Litigation case; on September 11, 2015, Kansas City Federal Judge John W. Lungstrom issued an order allowing the suits against Syngenta to proceed based on the drop in the market price for corn after China rejected imports of any corn in November of 2013, due to alarm over corn from Sygenta GMO modified seeds cross-contaminating the entire supply of U.S. Corn Producers.

Do You have a GMO Corn Seed CLAIM?

If you produced corn in 2013 or 2014 crop years; YES!  Kent Roth, Roth Law Office, Ten North Main, Ellinwood, KS 67526-1638 (620) 564-2090 phone/fax is for Central Kansas Corn Producers a referring Attorney to lead counsel in the Federal lawsuit and available to answer any of your questions.  You may email Kent Roth at:

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Huelskamp’s Royal Seal

At the request of a negative commenter on this page, I scanned one of the coasters given to me as a gift by a Congressman over 25 years ago to show the seal on it is the same one Congressman Tim Huelskamp recently demanded “prosecution” for appearing on a political mailing. The Official seal of the U.S. House has an image of the Capitol Building, this seal has an Eagle. The Good Guys win again.


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Tea Party Tim

On day 16 of the Federal Government Shutdown, Erin Burnett of CNN interviewed Congressman Tim Huelskamp. During the interview Huelskamp added cuts to Medicare and Social Security to the list of demands by the Tea Party Caucus to reopen the government. Later at a Tea Party meeting Huelskamp made this recorded statement: “The Founders knew the preeminent branch of Power was Congress and the Preeminent Center of Power the U.S. House.”  Tim waived a pocket size copy of the Constitution while implying the Speaker of the House should retire as pictured below in a screen shot from the video.

His primary opponent, Alan LaPolice, has promised to make his first action in Congress a request to be appointed to the Agriculture Committee. Tim Huelskamp who represents a rural Congressional District was stripped of his appointment to the Agriculture Committee for disloyalty to Republican Party Leadership.  Click on below screenshot to view video.


Former Candidate Urges Voters to Support Alan LaPolice for Congress

Alan LaPolice

Alan LaPolice

To the many who vote on Family Values, I humbly request you vote for Alan LaPolice in the Aug. 5, Republican Primary Election for Congress in the First District of Kansas. When in the Kansas Legislature, 1976-82, I gathered over twenty (20) bi-partisan sponsors on a House Bill to require informed consent after a twenty-four (24) hour waiting period in Kansas. The Bill had not passed when I left State Government so I joined a group which founded the Kansans for Life organization, served on the Executive Board and accomplished the enactment of this law working within the law.

Please vote for Alan LaPolice, a Gulf War Veteran, as the best Family Values person to be nominated in the Aug. 5, Republican Primary Election for Congress in the First District of Kansas. I know Alan LaPolice would work within the law to promote Family Values, unlike his Opponent who participated in civil disobedience outside of George Tiller’s Abortion Clinic. This last January 22, Alan LaPolice attended the March for Life in Washington DC, a positive Rally, not a negative Protest like the one which resulted in a Tim Huelskamp arrest in Wichita during the Summer of Mercy.  Click here to see more on Summer of Mercy.

Alan LaPolice will work to promote Family Values while demonstrating an ability to work well with others always respecting the rule of law. On the other hand, Tim Huelskamp returned to “Tiller’s Old Abortion Clinic” to protest as recently as December 6, 2013. Congressman Huelskamp is described on his Wikipedia page as after the United States Supreme Court declared the DOMA unconstitutional on June 26, 2013 he immediately went on a conservative radio program, to denounce the Supreme Court Justices. Huelskamp said. “I can’t even stand to read the decisions because I don’t even think they’d pass law school with decisions like that.”

Congressman Tim Huelskamp never served in the military or attended much less passed law school, yet he recently publicly urged Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to decide a pending case based upon his “Catholic beliefs.” The Congressman lacks a basic understanding of the Constitution as a social contract which limits the power of government.

Alan LaPolice has been the target of a smear campaign which no one would mistake for an act of Christian love. The Incumbent says the Challenger’s past work as a movie actor will not be an issue in the campaign, yet it was the Huelskamp campaign which mailed DVD copies of the film to media outlets and campaign surrogates continue to misrepresent the matter.
For the record, Alan LaPolice responded by saying: “I am concerned that individuals in leadership roles who claim to share my strong family values would confuse acting with advocacy.”

Alan LaPolice is a practicing Catholic and “happily married with three beautiful daughters.” Show your family values by being a part of an overwhelming Alan LaPolice victory in the GOP Primary Election.

Kent Roth, Ellinwood Attorney

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Kent Roth Endorses Alan LaPolice for Congress

In a Dec. 11 facebook post, I mentioned the risk of splitting the opposition vote in the Republican Primary Election which might allow Tim Huelskamp to advance to the General Election with as little as 35% of the vote as he did in 2010. This raises the possibility of a Democrat winning a seat in Congress to represent Western Kansas for the first time since J. Floyd Breeding in 1956.

Apparently Democrat Jim Sherow of Manhattan shares this view as he was featured in a May 20 news article in The Clay Center Dispatch which reported “Huelskamp is facing two challengers in the primary who will split the opposition vote, it’s likely he’ll get the Republican nomination despite his unpopularity.”

My goal remains seeing Tim Huelskamp defeated in the August 5, Republican Primary Election. Alan LaPolice of Clyde, Kansas is the best person to win this election. Alan LaPolice and I appeared before a Republican Central Committee open meeting in Salina where I was so impressed with his performance as to post a video of Alan LaPolice on March 12.

Over time, I have come to the conclusion I rushed to judgment in not recognizing the electability of Alan LaPolice earlier. I recently viewed the 2008 film in which Alan performed a minor role, off the clock, when working his full time job as a High School Administrator. Any attempt to use his past work as a movie actor in a negative campaign would be as “genuine” as suggesting no one should have voted for Ronald Regan because he worked as a movie actor. On Huelskamp Robo-calls calling me a “Liberal Attorney,” while I attended the Pancake Race in Liberal, everyone knows I am an Ellinwood Attorney. Tim Huelskamp Robo-calls are as “genuine” as a three ($3) dollar bill.

Alan LaPolice and I have different views such as on Common Core. I don’t expect my Congressman to agree with me one hundred (100%) percent, but I do expect honesty, reason and logic with a goal of doing what is best for the First District of Kansas.

Alan LaPolice is a “Gulf War Veteran” who earned my respect by his return to his family farm near Clyde, Kansas where he is actively engaged in farming after a successful career as a High School Administrator in California. We need to encourage more native born Kansans to return to their hometowns as did Alan LaPolice.

By this post, I withdraw from my Campaign for Congress in the First District of Kansas and endorse Alan LaPolice of Clyde, Kansas as the best person to keep a Republican Congressman representing the First District of Kansas. Please vote for Alan LaPolice in the August 5, Republican Primary Election.

Paid for by Kent Roth for Kansas and this final message authorized by candidate, Kent Roth