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History’s lessons

In election years, educators come under pressure from the most vocal critics who demand that we teach our youngsters how to earn a living...

Outlasting disappointment

The immense doors of the east and north wings opened and closed, bringing another rush of frigid air. The red-cheeked and frozen-cloaked begin to...

Ever persistent

When he worked in Washington, Bob Dole was an enduring presence for Kansas as a member of the House (1961-69) and in the senate...

The DuMars era

Greg DuMars retires this month after more than 20 years as Lindsborg City Administrator, and the event leaves a slight feeling of unease and...

Mutual purpose – a memory

A generation ago most Kansans, from metro, 'burbs or boondocks, recognized a connection with their state legislators. What happened in town or on the...

Rural issues, rural caucus

The Kansas Legislature has marked a special session this week in Topeka to curse federal covid vaccine mandates. Other legislatures have done the same...

Women in Politics (II)

In earlier times, elevated political status and powerful rank did not come easily for Kansas women. Achievement was slow when women were for serving...

Costly failings

The University of Kansas presents a stark view to the cross-currents of athletics, money and schooling. On March 10, less than a day after...

Kobach’s chicanery is a blight on Kansas

In a recent stinging column, Ed Flentje dismissed Secretary of State Kris Kobach as a two-bit curbstone lawyer who has chased the myth of...

From Kansas to Washington, the nightmare redux

Kansas is the Mother Shipton, the Madame Thebes, the Witch of Endor, and the low barometer of the nation. When anything is going to happen in...
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