The latest twists and turns with Kris Kobach and the “SAFE” Act are discussed in Michael Smith’s latest column.
Duane calls upon the Kansas Legislature to override Governor Brownback’s vetoes, in his latest column.
Are Brownback and Trump trying to implement the “strongman” system of government popular in developing countries? Mark Peterson thinks they are, and says so in his latest column.
In this week’s column, Burdett Loomis calls upon the Governor to resign.
Duane Goosen gave this recent presentation at Emporia State University.
In last week’s column, Ed Flentje suggested that the previous school base funding formula may provide a template for any future ones.
In last week’s column, Michael Smith reviewed district data and surveyed local clergy about Representative Marshall’s invocation of scripture, and his health care priorities.
In Duane Goossen’s column last week, he juxtaposed vague rhetoric re: inefficiencies w/real work of budget-balancing.
Is Kansas diverting from Governor Brownback’s cherished “Glide Path to Zero”? Mark Peterson thought so and he wrote about it in last week’s column.
In this week’s column, Ed Flentje argues that Gov. Brownback has thwarted the will of the majority