In last week’s column, Ed Flentje sparred with IK’s own Michael Smith by suggesting that Kansas voters are indeed conservative– in the truest, pragmatic sense of the word.
In last week’s column, Burdett Loomis used a classic quote to frame Senator Moran’s choice on repealing the Affordable Care Act.
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 last week’s column, Mark Peterson suggested that our friends across the Atlantic could learn a thing or two from recent developments in Kansas politics.
In last week’s column, Ed Flentje wrote an elegy for Governor Brownback’s “glide path to zero” tax experiment.
With Kansas still seeing the longest legislative session in its history, Burdett Loomis argued that leaders are still blowing uncertain trumpets, in last week’s column.
Michael Smith argued for the end of magical thinking in policymaking, in last week’s column.
In last week’s column, Duane Goossen argued that Kansas’ Congressional delegation should learn from this state’s own experience with tax cuts and vote “no” on the Trump budget proposal.
In last week’s column, the IK team– in the person of Mark Peterson this time–returned to the topic of politics, public welfare, and religion in Kansas.