Welcome new IK contributor Dr. Sharon Iorio! In her inaugural IK column, Dr. Iorio explains why teachers didn’t strike– and why the Kansas Constitution’s provisions for suitable education should not be repealed.
How can we make the barely-crossed-the-finish-line-this-time Kansas Legislature work better? Burdett Loomis had a specific suggestion in last week’s column.
Michael Smith argued that Kansas’ new adoption law does not fix existing problems and creates some new ones, in last week’s column.
This year’s elections will be a test to see what Kansas voters and policymakers learned from the experiment with former Governor Brownback’s economic policies, wrote Duane Goossen in last week’s column. Incidentally, Duane is moving on: this will be his last column for IK. Thanks for your fine analysis, Duane!
Duane Goossen explained what he means by that in last week’s column.
The IK crew had our biennial pre-election forum this week at Washburn. We received this media coverage and also will be featured soon on KPR Presents.
…so argued Ed Flentje in last week’s column.
In last week’s column, Burdett Loomis reviewed what we know and what we don’t about Kansas politics, 2018
In last week’s column, Michael Smith argued that good candidates are more important to Democrats’ success than is strategic voting or “moving to the center.”
The state’s highways will begin to show their wear now that the highway fund is nearly depleted, wrote Duane Goossen in last week’s column.