It’s been far too long since we’ve been able to say this, but it appears sanity has been restored to the Kansas Statehouse. State lawmakers ar…

Back in the fall before this year’s flu season began, health officials simply couldn’t predict how serious it would become. Instead, they issu…

Since being selected from a pool of seven candidates to replace Darren Schumacher on the Hays USD 489 Board of Education in 2014, Sarah Rankin…

Happy birthday, Kansas. The Sunflower State is 156 years old today.

When George Orwell penned his classic “1984” in 1949, he envisioned an authoritarian future world in which Big Brother watched society’s every…

“Fake News!” shouts our president, calling out CNN, the New York Times and others.

For the last two years, the tax debate has been whether or not to put the LLC’s and others back on the tax rolls. This year’s debate is not ab…

We are in the final days before we reach the halfway point of the session, which is called turnaround. It means the bills that were passed out…

Gotta wonder just how many legislators will schedule public meetings to report to constituents on progress of the 2017 Kansas legislative sess…

Kansas’ new approach to welfare programs, by encouraging work, has broken the cycle of poverty for thousands of Kansans. Unfortunately, these …

Gov. Sam Brownback and his fellow supporters of supply-side, “trickle down” economic theory love to extol the virtues of the employer as the “…

With its recent bogus attack on “fake news,” the American corporate media is revealing its fear of the alternative media exposing its own camo…

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