Embattled Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach always offers an absurd quote when he’s involved in questionable activities, which unfortunately is quite often.
Ever since he was humiliated on national TV in mid-February, Kris Kobach has been missing in action from the voter fraud witch-hunt trail he loves so much.
Four months ago, a Yael on the Trail blog sounded like a lot of fun.
Kris Kobach got embarrassed on national TV Monday morning. It was fun to watch — unless you’re a Kansan paying him to do his job as secretary of state.
Kansans who enjoy bashing the inept Kris Kobach don’t get tired of it for one reason: He keeps asking for it.
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.
Thank goodness 2016 is over. 2017 has to be better, right? Um, not necessarily.
I began 2016 as part of The Kansas City Star editorial board’s four-person writing crew, which shrank to two in March and to zero in early October.
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.
Here’s something new: A Sunday rewind of the most-read, or most-commented-on, or most-important-in-my-mind pieces from the past week on Yael on the Trail. Perfect timing too. None of it is about football.