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July 02nd, 2022
L&T Opinions Page
A SECOND OPINION, The Topeka Capital-Journal   With the Legislature not even out of session one full week, the Colyer administration unveiled its plan to lay off more than 50 information technology employees in order to accommodate a transition to a $50-million, 10-year no-bid contract with...

L&T Publisher Earl Watt   More than 50 Palestinians have died since The United States moved its embassy to Jerusalem, a tragic and needless loss of life. And those who choose to live in the polarization universe couldn’t help themselves when they firmly placed the blame for these deaths...

A SECOND OPINION, The Kansas Policy Institute   It’s been too hard, for too long for parents to understand exactly how their child’s school is performing. Every state has a “Report Card” system that provides information on student performance, demographics, attendance rates and other...

GUEST COLUMN, Larry Phillips, Kismet   Most fair-minded Americans can see the major media’s bias against Trump, but one has to look at more details to really understand it’s not only true, but historically significant. The far-left Washington Post even had to report on findings of the...

GUEST COLUMN, Walter V. Wendler, President of West Texas A&M University   I am begging your pardon for a somber reflection amidst the joy of accomplishment — not to be a wet rag on the festivities of high school graduation, but a bright light on the realities of...

MY PERSPECTIVE, Gary Damron   For Mother’s Day last weekend, I found the piece by Erma Bombeck about an imaginary conversation between God and an angel. According to Erma, who was a mother when she wrote it, God was designing a creature who would be singularly suited to raising children....

A SECOND OPINION, The Lawrence Journal-World   The Kansas Board of Regents badly bungled the decision to keep paying former Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little even after she resigned last summer. Last week, the Lawrence Journal-World reported that Gray-Little has been drawing a salary of...

GUEST COLUMN, Star Parker   I was privileged to attend the dedication of the new American embassy in Jerusalem on May 14, 2018 — an event of enormous import that will remain with me forever. I am deeply grateful to Ambassador David Friedman and his wife, Tammy, for inviting me to this...

A SECOND OPINION, The Kansas Policy Institute   An Open Records request fulfilled by the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS) shows record-setting payouts in 2017 of $1.64 billion.   The number of KPERS ‘millionaires’ also set a new record, with 2,334 government...

GUEST COLUMN, John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau   Seems Kansas farmers and ranchers are always doing something in their fields, grassland and on our public roads. No matter where you travel in our state you’ll probably wind up approaching farm tractors, trucks and other large ag...

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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