H. Edward Flentje explored this curious distinction in last week’s column.
Michael A. Smith made the case for that in last week’s column.
Partnering with nonprofits can offer public schools new funding and tools for individualized instruction and new learning technologies. However, it must be done carefully, wrote Sharon Iorio in last week’s column.
Sometimes, elected officials resign, die, or are removed during their terms. When they do, Kansas’ policies are hopelessly outdated and unfair to voters. It is time for reform, wrote Patrick Miller in last week’s column.
In last week’s column, Ed Flentje suggested that GOP leaders in Kansas were experimenting with social welfare policy at the expense of Kansas’ poor.
For the first time in years, Kansas will have an open seat for the U.S. Senate in 2020. What do voters need to know? Burdett Loomis offered a brief history lesson and some present-day observations, in last week’s column.
Michael Smith argued that Sen. Moran is right–and Sen. Roberts and Secretary of State Pompeo are wrong–on Saudi Arabia, in last week’s column.
Now that the Courts have approved Kansas’ new school funding, where will the money go? Sharon Iorio discussed this in last week’s column.
Patrick Miller discussed the troubled state of Kansas prisons and the controversies regarding privatization in last week’s column.
Kansas has come a long way with fiscal management since 2016, but there is still work to do, wrote Ed Flentje in last week’s column.