Oh my, omicron. Why are Kansas Republicans taking the side of COVID?

These radicals — there's no way what they're doing qualifies as 'conservative' — are making it harder to beat the pandemic.

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November 29, 2021 - 9:27 AM

Gov. Laura Kelly gets a COVID-19 vaccine earlier this year. Photo by (Sherman Smith/Kansas Reflector)

Viruses mutate to survive. Generally speaking, so do politicians.

With omicron, the new, highly mutated COVID-19 “variant of concern” alarming the markets and the epidemiologists, it shouldn’t be impossible to imagine that Republicans could make one more shift.

In recent years, they’ve abandoned their long-standing support for free trade and NATO, smiling on as Donald Trump repeatedly sided with Vladimir Putin over our own intelligence community.

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