In his recent MPSA blog post, Michael Smith asks what Washington really meant in his farewell speech– and what it means today.
In last week’s column, Ed Flentje suggested that independent candidate Greg Orman has an–albeit small–opening in the governor’s race.
In 2018, keep your eye on Kansas’ current Secretary of State, as well as those vying to replace him, wrote Burdett Loomis in last week’s column.
In last week’s column, Michael Smith recommended gubernatorial candidate Ed O’Malley as the best choice for moderate Republicans this year.
Last year, the Kansas Legislature ended the “glide path to zero.” The next step is a fully-funded school formula, wrote Duane Goossen in last week’s column.
Tax revenues are up– but the Governor plans to spend a lot more money than is coming in, wrote Mark Peterson in last week’s column.
Rural Republicans hold the key to selecting the next Republican nominee for governor, wrote Ed Flentje in last week’s column.
Forbes recently named Emporia one of the best affordable towns in America to start a small business. The Onion says it’s a great town for leaving and never looking back. Which is it? Both, writes Michael Smith in last week’s column.
In his Christmas column, Burdett Loomis considered the ghosts of Kansas Past (Gov. Brownback), Future (Governor-in-waiting Colyer), and a whole cast of elves, ghosts, and grinches from the past year in Kansas politics.
In this month’s column, Duane Goossen noted that Kansas learned from its mistakes with tax cuts… right before Congress made the same mistakes.