A host of public opinion data confirms that Americans favor higher taxes on the wealthy. A wealth tax is not the way to go.
In case you were harboring any doubts over the role immigration will play in the 2020 presidential campaign, the Supreme Court on Friday morning all but guaranteed it will be front and center next spring.
Apparently Senator Jerry Moran is the only Kansas Republican willing to stand up to Saudi Arabia.
For a year we have been telling ourselves we are not the kind of country that separates children from parents and relatives and locks them up without proper adult supervision, adequate food or even soap and toothbrushes.
Apparently, we are that kind of country.
The USD 257 Summer Meals program is in full swing.
After next year’s census, legislatures in most states will draw new congressional districts, and if one party dominates the legislature, the odds are that the districts will be drawn in a way that will give that party an unfair advantage in the U.S. House.
Kansas Sen. Jerry Moran thinks murder should have consequences. Why don’t his colleagues?
The decision to move Country Stampede to Topeka is disappointing on several levels. There are a couple of lessons to draw from it, too.
This week marks the first anniversary of the deadliest assault against journalists in U.S. history. On June 28, 2018, a gunman opened fire at the offices of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, killing five and injuring two.
The Kansas Department of Corrections has banned more than 7,000 books and publications from Kansas prisons. The list of banned publications has generated concern from the nonprofit Human Rights Defense Center, which acquired the list in response to an open records request.