Michael Smith had some advice for the new Rural Revitalization Committee in last week’s column.
We’re not out of the woods yet. In fact, several proposals before the Kansas Legislature would actually make the school funding situation worse, wrote Sharon Iorio in last week’s column.
Democrats want to do away with the Electoral College– but it’s not going to happen, wrote Michael Smith in his latest MPSA blog post.
Patrick Miller has had enough of legislators showboating– it’s time to get down to business, he wrote in last week’s column.
Michael Smith’s thoughts on that subject were shared in a recent forum at All Souls UU Church, recorded, and broadcast on KKFI.
“Tax-cutting fever is alive and well in Kansas politics, and no single person deserves more credit than Charles Koch,” wrote Ed Flentje in last week’s column.
Is it too soon to predict the outcome of this year’s session of the Kansas Legislature? Burdett Loomis says that it is, and he explained why in last week’s column.
Democrats have found a new base in professional, suburban women, but shouldn’t forget their working-class roots, wrote Michael Smith in last week’s column.
Charter schools can work, but only with effective state oversight, wrote Sharon Iorio in last week’s column
Kansas’ legislative Republican leaders may have large majorities–but many of them also hail from districts that backed Laura Kelly, wrote Patrick Miller in last week’s column.