Editorials

  • Holiday travel 12/19/2014

    The storm system that moved through Kansas on Wednesday might be the last precipitation we see for awhile. The next day there is any snow in AccuWeath ...

  • Executive orders 12/18/2014

    This country's immigration system is broken, or at least that appears to be the prevailing wisdom of most anybody legally residing here. How to fix it ...

  • Young at heart 12/17/2014

    The author Gabriel Garcia Mðrquez might be credited with coining the phrase "Age isn't how old you are but how old you feel," yet we would ventur ...

  • Big banks win again 12/16/2014

    As expectations of the U.S. Congress are abysmally low, we rejoice in the fact members were able to piece together a funding bill that allows the fede ...

  • Flying Hays later 12/14/2014

    The item at Thursday's Hays City Commission meeting that garnered the most attention was one that hadn't even made it to the agenda. And even though ...

  • Allowing torture 12/12/2014

    In post-9/11 America, many aspects of our lives have changed. Most generally, citizens have ceded much of their right to privacy in exchange for incre ...

  • Media bias 12/11/2014

    When readers criticize this newspaper for focusing on bad news, the proof they offer is they know "bad news sells." While such generalizations are eas ...

  • Kansas will bleed 12/10/2014

    And so it begins. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback apparently has gotten over his "surprise" of the ballooning deficit in state finances caused by massive in ...

  • Vaccines make sense 12/9/2014

    Usually we eschew noting national fill-in-the-blank months, weeks or days in this particular portion of the newspaper. However, seasonal influenza dis ...

  • Nation needs new approach 12/6/2014

    Race has been the primary focus in the aftermath of recent grand jury decisions in Missouri and New York not to indict police officers in the deaths o ...

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