Editorials

  • Tale of two laws 4/23/2014

    Dead dinosaurs are so much easier to please than living mammals. Of course, fossils are incapable of feedback, so we are making an assumption here. ...

  • Start by believing 4/22/2014

    If you notice a sudden uptick in people wearing the color teal this week, there is a logical explanation. Options: Domestic and Sexual Violence Servic ...

  • He is risen 4/20/2014

    After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb. There was a violent earthquake, ...

  • Equal pay 4/18/2014

    It has been against the law to pay women less than men for the same job simply because of gender since 1963, when the Equal Pay Act was signed by Pres ...

  • School reductions 4/17/2014

    School board meetings generally don't draw much of a crowd unless something significant is about to take place. With almost 100 people at Monday nig ...

  • Hate crimes 4/16/2014

    Anti-Semitism is alive and well in America -- and paid a visit to Overland Park during the weekend. A neo-Nazi white supremacist from Missouri faces c ...

  • On with the prom 4/15/2014

    Getting prepared for one's high school prom can be an arduous task. The details are plentiful enough to the point of overwhelming. Dresses and tuxed ...

  • Expensive school bill 4/13/2014

    The school finance bill cobbled together during overtime in the Legislature last weekend was a two-faced bill that looked awfully anti-public schoo ...

  • Lying about Obamacare 4/11/2014

    It is too bad politicians and certain broadcast journalists aren’t obligated to tell the truth in the same manner that insurance agents are requ ...

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