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October 07th, 2022
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A SECOND OPINION, The Mail & Guardian (South Africa)   When we talk about land in South Africa, we talk about earth firm enough to allow us to stand tall. When we talk about land, we talk about earth gentle enough to raise children who will know what it is to belong. When we talk about...

A SECOND OPINION, The Deseret News   Partisan politics is already in high gear for 2018, with both Democrats and Republicans taking action to enforce political purity tests on their members and candidates. On the left, Sen. Diane Feinstein of California was deemed not liberal enough and...

GUEST COLUMN, Larry Phillips   It’s disturbingly predictable: The far-left, anti-gun crowd continues pumping out lies about gun deaths, gun owners and, naturally, the NRA. The Washington Post recently published a patently false story that opened with, “States that have more relaxed...

GUEST COLUMN, James Franko, Kansas Policy Institute   Tax relief opponents have repeatedly pointed to the 2012 Kansas tax experiment as their primary example of why tax cuts do not work. But, other states like North Carolina, Indiana, and Tennessee contemporaneously, and...

MY PERSPECTIVE, Gary Damron   Regarding those who put Jesus on trial, it appeared that they were the authorities and he was being judged. But the reality is that they – and we – are the ones on trial.  The Passion Week was an emotional, passionate time. It’s easy to blame one group or...

A SECOND OPINION, The Topeka Capital-Journal   A new prison to be constructed as a replacement for a 150-year-old structure in Lansing that has housed Kansas inmates will contain more beds. Just barely, however. The changeover, which was approved as part of a 20-year lease agreement the...

GUEST COLUMN, Star Parker   By now, most have heard about the deadly opioid epidemic that has struck our nation. According to data compiled in a Kaiser Family Foundation report, there were 42,249 casualties in 2016 related to opioids. This is double the 21,089 reported in 2010. For a...

A SECOND OPINION, The Wichita Eagle   A child is dead and Kansas officials try to score political points. Unbelievable. On Friday, Gina Meier-Hummel, secretary of the state Department for Children and Families, met with the family of Evan Brewer. Evan was the 3-year-old boy whose body was...

GUEST COLUMN, David Dorsey, Kansas Policy Institute   “How money is spent is much more important than how much money is spent,” when it comes to government spending. This is the key takeaway from Dr. Eric Hanushek’s recent trip to Kansas. Hanushek is an internationally acclaimed...

GUEST COLUMN, John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau   Every seasoned Kansan knows we live in smack-dab in the middle of tornado alley. The Heartland of America boasts one of the most tornado active regions in the world. If you’re like me, you’ll never forget May 4, 2007. On that...

GUEST COLUMN, Dick Morris

 

The world has become a dangerous place, made especially so when both [ ... ]

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MY PERSPECTIVE, Gary Damron

 

Last week’s article featured the Old Testament’s King David, [ ... ]

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