Editorials

  • Orman for Senate 10/23/2014

    Listen to U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., debate or watch his ads on television and you'd swear he was locked in a race with either President Barack Ob ...

  • Kids do count 10/22/2014

    Each year, the non-profit agency Kansas Action for Children produces a report that measures how the state's children are faring with health, education ...

  • Kansas Speaks 10/21/2014

    Since 1980, the Docking Institute of Public Affairs at Fort Hays State University has helped facilitate public policy development for western and rura ...

  • Paying for schools 10/19/2014

    Voters must be baffled by competing claims regarding the funding of K-12 public schools in Kansas. The Brownback administration says it is going up; m ...

  • Preventable diseases 10/17/2014

    While the Ebola outbreak is extremely serious and has reached within the United States, there is no need to panic. Despite the sky-is-falling hysteria ...

  • Redbelly's future 10/16/2014

    Legislative politics are played not only when lawmakers are in Topeka. In many cases, the games go on all through the year. Consider the curious cas ...

  • Register to vote 10/14/2014

    If you are a Kansas resident at least 18 years of age by Nov. 4 but are not yet registered to vote, don't duck your head in shame just yet. Provided y ...

  • Wedded bliss 10/12/2014

    We did not think the idea, let alone the legality, of same-sex marriages in Kansas would happen without a fight. But we were hopeful the U.S. Supreme ...

  • Federal funding 10/10/2014

    End-Dependence Kansas was launched this week as a multi-agency effort to increase employment opportunities for Kansans with disabilities. In announc ...

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