The wonderful death of a horrible GOP health care plan Friday has two big connections to Govs. Sam Brownback in Kansas and Eric Greitens in Missouri.
Good news, Kansans: The state added 4,200 jobs in February. Now for the rest of the story.
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas too often thinks he’s a witty old sage on Capitol Hill. On Thursday, however, the 80-year-old Republican made a reprehensible comment about women and health care.
Kansas City voters will be asked on April 4 to approve $800 million in general obligation bonds over the next 20 years.
It’s a big ask requiring property tax increases. It’s also worth voter approval.
U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder has been adamant since taking office in 2011 that Obamacare must be repealed and replaced. On Thursday, he was supposed to get his first real chance to do just that.
As with most politicians, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens should be judged on what he actually does, not what he says he will do.
With their blinders on, some University of Kansas fans don’t care much if some of the basketball team’s players haven’t been angels in the past.
Embattled Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach always offers an absurd quote when he’s involved in questionable activities, which unfortunately is quite often.
Kansas Sen. Steve Fitzgerald is a harsh opponent of abortion. But he made a big mistake irritating Ali Weinel of Prairie Village.
The bulk of Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s income tax cut plan took effect in January 2013. So how has it done in spurring new jobs, the No. 1 reason he and the Legislature approved the tax reductions?
Ah, Donald Trump supporters. What are we going to do about your clueless argument to “give him a chance” to govern America?
A new source of untraceable cash has been set up to fund a nonprofit called A New Missouri to help Gov. Eric Greitens hide from the media. Oops, I mean to promote his agenda for the Show Me State.