Opinion

Three Kansas senators and two congressmen spoke to more than 100 Kansas agricultural leaders from all corners of the state recently at the state fair in Hutchinson. The message was the same from all of them - the ruling Democrat party and all of the radical environmentalists are coming after the...
It should not take a national tragedy like 9/11 to pull all American citizens back together for a common purpose. Yet, most of the time, these days, we allow national TV pundits - who clearly have their own agendas - to divide us. It is not good for our society, nor is it good for our country’s...
The world is watching and listening day after day now as the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan is being ended, after more than 20 years there. After the U.S. military’s imminent withdrawal was announced less than a week ago, the opposing Taliban terrorist forces in the country have been rapidly...
Some owners of historic hotels in Kansas are working together to establish an historic hotel road trip guide and Sara Fox, owner of Holton’s Hotel Josephine, reportedly is one of those involved in the project. It’s a good idea and we wish the historic hotel owners good luck on the endeavor. The...
It is impossible for U.S. citizens to take seriously the government’s continued warnings about COVID-19 day after day after day when the government expresses no such warnings about what’s happening at our southern border with Mexico. The number of undocumented migrants reaching the U.S.-Mexico...
The new “revenue-neutral rate’’ law that was passed by the State Legislature and signed by the governor recently was a big waste of time and will not save any money, but it probably provided some good “talking points’’ for the state legislators who voted for it when they returned home from Topeka....
Imagine living in a world without Internet where the only telephones available were located in your home mounted on a wall or on a desk.  Photographs had to be developed from film with chemicals and recorded music was listened to on a record player at your home stereo or through an eight-track tape...
The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation is planning a real estate development on 49 acres of land east of U.S. Highway 75 and 150th Road, it has been reported. And Prairie Band, LLC recently announced a contest to determine the name for the new development project. All of this is exciting news for the...
Increasing the number of U.S. Supreme Court Justices does not happen very often. The number of Justices on the Supreme Court changed six times before settling at the present total of nine in 1869. Since the formation of the Supreme Court in 1790, there have been only 17 Chief Justices and 103...

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