Candidates in Kansas who promise more spending ought to explain just how higher taxes will — purportedly — help the Kansas economy.
The merit system of judicial selection in Kansas has sprung a leak, finds the United States Supreme Court.
There’s no need for Kansas state government to exaggerate the value of agriculture to the Kansas economy. From August 2015.
A Wichita business newspaper’s editorial ignores the history of our local economy. Even the history that it reported in its own pages.
Cutting spending for higher education, holding K through 12 spending steady, sweeping highway money to the general fund, reducing aid to local governments, spending down state reserves, and a huge projected budget gap. Who and when is the following newspaper report referencing?
Before wishing for a return to the “good old days,” let’s make sure we understand the record of the Kansas economy.
Comments by two Wichita city council members give citizens more reasons to be cynical and distrusting of politicians.