Gov. Sam Brownback reportedly is staying cool and collected as the Kansas budget burns all around him, providing yet more evidence he’s lost touch with reality.
U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder may have murdered his political career last week.
A comedy of errors ramped up this week in Jefferson City, where Gov. Eric Greitens and the GOP-controlled General Assembly are stumbling toward adjournment May 12. Maybe.
As its one-year birthday on Saturday approaches, the Kansas City downtown streetcar line looks like a full-scale success.
On Monday, the long-simmering feud between Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City, Kan., and the Girls Scouts ended.
The Girl Scouts and common sense lost.
The Kansas Legislature is back in session starting Monday. Here’s an opinionated look at the major issues and some of the people involved in them, from A to Y (sorry, Z).
The Kansas Legislature on Monday begins work to pass hugely important bills on the budget, school funding, Medicaid expansion and — let’s hope — gun rights.
Here’s the solution to the problems posed by the Kansas law that would allow concealed guns in many public buildings and on college campuses starting July 1:
Repeal the law in the next few weeks. Continue reading
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach thinks courts will eventually uphold Donald Trump’s immigration travel ban. Kobach says he’s willing to put money on it. So am I. How about $100, Kris?
Stand by for major changes in Kansas City’s Police Department that could better protect residents and taxpayers — but only if Mayor Sly James and the police board make the right decisions.