In the four days leading up to June 14 there were eight mass shootings in the United States that led to 12 deaths and 27 injuries.
Columns & Opinions
For more than two years, the Kansas Legislature has behaved like a student who has been given a homework assignment they didn’t want to do.
Kris Kobach’s decision to run for governor of Kansas is probably the least surprising thing to happen in politics during the past week.
Kids, as many of us were often reminded during our formative years, are to be seen and not heard.
The Kansas Legislature finally took the first step toward fiscal sanity this week when 88 state representatives and 27 state senators were able to override Gov.