Donald Trump’s administration on Thursday again pushed the deeply flawed idea that massive U.S. tax cuts will lead to economic growth.
We now have four years worth of facts to evaluate how Gov. Sam Brownback’s income tax cuts have affected job growth in the Kansas City area.
UPDATED 4 pm: The Kansas Senate on Thursday killed a flat income tax plan advanced by Gov. Sam Brownback. Good. It would have been a sop to the rich.
The smashing victories of a large bond issue and special sales tax Tuesday revealed again that Kansas Citians believe in a vibrant future for their city. Now what?
Within 90 minutes Monday morning, Kansans witnessed even more wreckage of their state by Gov. Sam Brownback’s policies.
Freedom Inc. has had a fair amount of influence in elections in Kansas City’s mostly black urban core neighborhoods for decades.
History shows Kansas Citians love to approve new sales taxes. But they should vote “NO” on the latest one facing them on the April 4 ballot.
Kansas voters last fall sent smarter, more moderate voices to the Legislature.
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.
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?