Middle East policymakers in Washington these days should take some advice from that noted diplomat, Bob Dylan.
To the editor:
Friday morning I was at the exit door of the Iola Walmart with a cartful of purchases. I didn’t think much about a very dark sky and a brisk wind.
Fifty years ago
A new 2,500 kilowatt diesel electric generator is being installed at the Iola Power Plant. It will be used during times of peak electricity usage and is scheduled to be on line by July 15.
Well, here’s something new — President Donald Trump, in reversing his own decision to attack multiple targets in Iran in retaliation for the downing of a U.S. drone, exhibited a surprising level of restraint late Thursday, and for the right reasons.
Last week started with our colleague and friend, Tom Fox, suddenly finding himself in the midst of a violent assault on the judiciary.
In 1980, I covered the campaigns of candidates vying to succeed Kansas First District Rep. Keith Sebelius, who was retiring after 12 years in the U.S. House. It was the first time I remember hearing about the Hatch Act.
The next time you see a commercial declaring a new era at Wells Fargo, or the next time you hear a Wells executive touting a new culture, remember Stan and Melissa West.
Jon Stewart is coming through once more for World Trade Center heroes and victims. Keep it up.
Sooner or later, Iran was going to be forced to change its tactics, but perhaps not in the way the United States intended.
Only a few months ago the court battle over school funding was a central issue of legislative concern and media reports.