Last week, Smith tackled the (powerful, narrative) myth of conservative Kansas in his column.
In last week’s column, Duane Goossen argued that Kansas was now starting to turn in the right direction– but there is still more work to do.
In this week’s column, Loomis suggests that the state legislature live up to the legacy of the building where they meet.
The IK blog is now being updated regularly after a brief hiatus. Please note that in the interest of time and space, we no longer post links to every newspaper that ran our columns in a given week. Instead, we post a single link. Not all newspapers carry the columns on the same day, thus the column may run in some outlets after the blog was updated for that week.The posting of a single newspaper as the outlet for that week’s column is not meant to imply that this outlet is the only one publishing the column that week. Complete lists of the newspapers carrying our columns regularly are available upon request from the IK editor.
Dr. Peterson digs through the legislative gift bag in this week’s column.
We’re in the Lawrence Journal-World now! In this week’s column, Smith asks Reagan’s famous question about Kansas
My latest MPSA blog entry considers what Bernie supporters can learn from the Young Americans for Freedom