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.
In last week’s column, Burdett Loomis reviewed what we know and what we don’t about Kansas politics, 2018
Kansas revenues are finally on the rebound, but estimated growth still falls well short of needs… in last week’s column, Burdett Loomis considers “bets and bongs” as some outside-the-box ideas for additional state monies.
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 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 last week’s column, Burdett Loomis considered the Crosscheck program of which Secretary Kobach is so fond, and found it riddled with flaws. The ERIC system is a much better, nonpartisan alternative.
Candidates like Greg Orman believe that Kansans are ready for more independent candidates, but Burdett Loomis asked if that squares with the facts in last week’s column.
Getting ready for next year? Check out Burdett Loomis’ column.
In last week’s column, Burdett Loomis considered Brownback’s legacy, which goes well beyond budgets.
With Gov. Brownback’s probable departure to take a new job, the IK crew took the opportunity to share our thoughts on his legacy.