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July 02nd, 2022
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MY PERSPECTIVE, Gary Damron   For four years I’ve been attending a men’s group that started reading through the Bible, a chapter or two a week. We’ve been in the Major Prophets for quite a while, and sometimes we discuss which prophet’s message applies to situations today.  Those...

A SECOND OPINION, The Topeka Capital-Journal   Last week, Kansas taxpayers learned about a questionable economic development deal that rewards Cargill with $1.6 million in funding for essentially reducing its workforce and then bringing it back to existing levels over a 24-month period. The...

GUEST COLUMN, Star Parker   Recently, I attended the White House Prison Reform Summit. The fact that both the president and the vice president were at the event indicates the importance that the Trump administration ascribes to this issue. And statistics quoted by Vice President Pence...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR, Robert Caraway, Liberal   One more mass shooting. More cries that gun control is the solution. How many mass shootings have we heard about at police stations?  Sheriff’s offices?  Gun stores or gun ranges? Think there might be a clue here?  

GUEST COLUMN, John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau   Grandma and Grandpa Becker were people of action rather than words. Not that they didn’t have much to say. They just chose their words well and needed only a few to convey much. As their oldest grandson, I visited them during the...

A SECOND OPINION, The Kansas City Star   This is the undocumented immigrant our nation should welcome: the Lawrence chemist whom immigration officials attempted to deport this year, much to the dismay of his family, neighbors and even strangers who came to know the story of Syed...

A SECOND OPINION, The Wichita Eagle   Kris Kobach thinks fewer dollars should be spent on public education in Kansas. What’s more, he thinks some of that smaller amount should sometimes be spent at private schools. That’s not the way it should work. But if he’s elected governor, it may...

GUEST COLUMN, Dick Morris   Voters who have moved away and those who are deceased may provide a solid core of Democrat votes in many key states. Because most states do not have efficient or effective ways of purging their voter rolls when people leave the area or pass away, the names stay...

L&T Publisher Earl Watt   Perhaps my grandpa was a bit more astute about politics than many might have thought, and his view probably represented most. When asked any question about the politics of the day, his answer was always the same. “They’re all crooks.” Today, the feedback we...

GUEST COLUMN, Dr. Walt Chappell  President of Educational Management Consultants, LLC and former Kansas State Board of Education Member   Haste makes waste.  That is especially true when it comes to Kansas public schools. On July 12th, 2016, seven of the ten members of the...

GUEST COLUMN, Ganon Evans, Kansas Policy Institute

 

Kansas is seeing a significant outmigration [ ... ]

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GUEST COLUMN, Larry Phillips, Kismet

 

Millions of people who claim some degree of spiritual faith [ ... ]

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