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
In this week’s column, Loomis suggests that the state legislature live up to the legacy of the building where they meet.
Last week, Michael asked if Republicans were willing to give up their new love: budget deficits.
In last week’s column, Duane made the case for a more comprehensive tax reform than just closing the LLC loophole.
Peterson calls on the legislators to finish the job— and the voters to hold them accountable– in last week’s column, which also added the KC Star to our list of carriers.
In last week’s column, Burdett Loomis offered his thoughts to Kansas’ Congressional delegation, for the Trump era.
In last week’s column, Flentje warned against one-time fixes for the state’s budget.