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  • INSIGHT KANSAS: Zeroing in onpublic dissent 7/20/2014

    In late June, Kansas House Speaker Ray Merrick managed artlessly to express a set of viewpoints concerning the First and Second Amendments, feminism, ...

  • Unlikely gift to Kansas voters 7/13/2014

    In the summer of an even-numbered year, you can smell political ambition in the air. And I like it. I'm a big fan of ambition, political or otherwise. ...

  • Keep past GOP primary in mind 7/12/2014

    People who run for office deserve praise for their willingness to engage in public service. The political hopefuls who attended Wednesday's local can ...

  • Farm Insight 7/11/2014

    Tuesday, June 24, arrived like most mornings in Finney County. The only difference — humidity levels were high and the dew point skied off the chart. ...

  • Davis must navigate tax trap 7/6/2014

    Spare a thought for Paul Davis. The Lawrence state representative doesn't seem like he needs sympathy, so offering it might seem odd. Davis is unoppos ...

  • Remembering the old red barn 6/23/2014

    When I was a youngster, one of my favorite places to play on a cold winter day was my Uncle Joe and Aunt Anna's weathered red barn. Uncle Bernie had o ...

  • INSIGHT KANSAS: Experiment proves taxing on rural areas 6/22/2014

    Property taxes are on track to increase by more than $400 million statewide during Gov. Sam Brownback's term in office. This substantial increase, how ...

  • DUANE WEST: Let Canada quench our thirst 6/19/2014

    "The rain is gently falling on this dry and thirsty land. We hear the roll of thunder, feel the touch of God's own hand. This nurture from the heaven ...

  • SCHLAGECK: Farmers must look to future 6/19/2014

    If today's crop of young farmers and ranchers plan to play a part in the future of agriculture, they must position themselves where this industry will ...

  • SCHLAGECK: Tell the story of agriculture 6/16/2014

    Each day, farmers and ranchers pull on their boots, roll up their sleeves and go to work outside rural communities across Kansas. They perform a litan ...

  • INSIGHT KANSAS: Women can make a difference 6/15/2014

    This year, 2014, could become the year of the woman voter in Kansas. First, some data provided to "frame" the issue: There are 1,084,000 women age 18 ...

  • SCHLAGECK: This vacation,keep agin mind 6/9/2014

    All across our country Americans are checking their automobiles, studying road maps and adding another item to their "to do" lists in preparation for ...

  • INSIGHT KANSAS: Brownback competence at issue 6/8/2014

    By and large, scholars, politicians and pundits pay attention to left-right ideologies when they think about politics, and there's good evidence that ...

  • Hot time: When extreme heat hits, planning can save lives. 6/2/2014

    As often happens, summer-like weather found its way to the region during spring. The result was temperatures well into the 90s in southwest Kansas, wi ...

  • INSIGHT KANSAS: Kansas to the creative: Get out 5/25/2014

    By MICHAEL SMITH I recently asked my students to take an online survey called "Where Do You Fit" by the Pew Charitable Trust. The survey features a li ...

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