Columns

  • Use this old world wisely 4/23/2014

    This is a special week for those who are involved with the production of food and fiber. It marks the 44th observance of Earth Day. The original pre ...

  • Race and Obama news coverage 4/23/2014

    I have a question for George Will. If he can't answer it, maybe Brit Hume can. Both men recently were part of a panel on "Fox News Sunday" to which ...

  • Talking taxes in Kansas 4/22/2014

    Kansas tax revenues appear to have bottomed out after the massive income tax cuts of 2012. That might be the biggest news from the latest Consensus ...

  • Indians get snookered 4/21/2014

    Twenty-four dollars. That, supposedly, was the price Gov. Peter Minuit paid American Indians for the island of Manhattan in 1625. It's a tale histor ...

  • Religion's unfair advantage unwarranted 4/21/2014

    A while back, a column in this paper asserted that "Workers who must take Saturday off because they believe God requires it should be treated differen ...

  • Anti-Semitism alive, dangerous in America 4/20/2014

    Frazier Glenn Miller's mantra was: "I hate all Jews." It was repeated time and again by the well-known white supremacist at rallies, in publications a ...

  • Abolition of teacher tenure out of place 4/20/2014

    Earlier this month, the Kansas Legislature jumped into a heated, national debate: teacher tenure. Challenging tenure and the unions that defend it has ...

  • Equality in discipline 4/18/2014

    George Leef, director of research for the North Carolina-based John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy, authored a Forbes op-ed article t ...

  • Earth daze 4/18/2014

    2Of course, some things got better because of government: We passed environmental rules that got most of the filth out of the air and sewage out of la ...

  • Unequal pay among genders 4/17/2014

    How can pay be unequal for male and female teachers of identical experience when there is only one uniform pay scale at each unified school district? ...

  • Fighting for Kansas veterans 4/17/2014

    More than a quarter of a million veterans call Kansas home, including more than 50,000 in the First District alone. In my own family, eight uncles hav ...

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