The burden of passing the biggest bond issue in Kansas City’s history largely rests on the back of one person.
With his smooth delivery and doey eyes, Kris Kobach has persuaded the Kansas Legislature to grant him all kinds of powers in recent years. That needs to stop Tuesday.
Too many women let America down on Nov. 8 when Donald Trump was unfortunately elected president.
As Donald Trump becomes president, fake news spreads and the fate of the nation’s democracy is hotly debated, here’s even more truly disturbing news.
UPDATED MONDAY 8 P.M.: Donald Trump’s ascendancy to the presidency has overcome plenty of hurdles in the past year. He got over the final big one on Monday.
When I began Yael on the Trail nine weeks ago, I made it easy to comment on the blog posts. That was a mistake.
On Tuesday, Donald Trump tweeted this about the Softbank Group of Japan, which owns Sprint:
Lying comes as easily as breathing to Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
And on Sunday, his continued support of Donald Trump’s Big Lie — that millions of people voted illegally in the presidential race — continued to be touted on talk shows by Trump’s sycophants.
One of the most important events of the 2017 Kansas Legislature’s session — especially for Johnson County residents — actually will occur on Monday, Dec. 5, 2016.
That’s when House Republicans should place their secret votes in a large wooden ballot box on the chamber’s floor to select the highly qualified Russ Jennings of Lakin as their new Speaker of the House for the crucial session that begins in January.