Kansas Rep. Connie O'Brien told the media this week that she "understands how her words could have been misconstrued."
American didn't know just how lucky they were. According to our sage national gurus, Americans don't have inflation. Not so, the rest of the world. Across most of the world - just NOT in America, remember - they are having problems with (sorry, for the dirty word) inflation. Yes, unlike America where all that good, quality, low calorie, high fiber, federally-approved diet is cheaper than ever, the rest of the world is facing food inflation. ...
Eventually, things could turn bad for Natalie Munroe, but for right now you've got to suppose she's in tall cotton.
It is time for Kansas to think outside the box. Let's face it, we can't afford to do anything else. We have the talent in this state to address problems without bankrupting our taxpayers - even worse than we already have - and still address problems. Take the feral hog problem. You may not have realized that we even have a feral hog problem, but we do, at least in part of the state. Since ...
So many people today just don't have the gumption that is needed to succeed in this old world.
No one in their right mind - no one with any true character, in other words, no one who is NOT associated with the gossip TV industry, or who is not ingesting that bile constantly - is happy about the most recent news involving way-ward actress Lindsay Lohan, who is facing some potential real prison time now.
The Associated Press story was rather short, if not particularly sweet for some people: "Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed an executive order consolidating the functions of state agriculture agencies. "The Republican signed the order Tuesday to move the Animal Health Department and livestock commissioner within the Kansas Department of Agriculture. It creates the animal health division within the agency, headed by the animal health commissioner. "Brownback also transferred the State Conservation Commission and commission ...
A lot of us are tired of seeing our legislators make law after law, just to ride the current wave of popular issues, when we already have plenty of legitimate laws on the books, which are not being enforced.
Arturo Ramirez was just posting his own opinion on his own Facebook page. He was just exercising his rights to free speech.
If they are paying attention at all, Americans must be asking themselves what it will take for our nation to drop the business-as-usual agenda and start trying to work on real problems that threaten our standard of living, our advancement as a nation, even our very national security.
Bradley Manning doesn't get special consideration because his mum's from Great Britain.
Charles Curtis loved Kansas, and he should be remembered as Kansas is celebrating its 150th anniversary as a state.
This week, President Obama warned America that we were facing another "Sputnik moment," reflecting back on the time in the Eisenhower Administration when America had to decide if it was up to funding the gazillions in taxpayer dollars to develop a space program.
We go along, year after year, complaining about the need to have government more reactive to our needs.
Just when you thought it was safe to get through another winter, just when we were all pleased that this weekend's warm weather had thawed the last of the ice from the last storm ...
Freedom of speech is a founding principle of our country. Freedom of speech also comes with responsibility.
The Imagination Playground is coming to Great Bend and will make its public debut during June Jaunt. The portable playground is a set of oversized blocks, lightweight but sturdy enough to build with. They were designed by award-winning architect David Rockwell, who was inspired by watching his own children play.
Challenges. All of us have them. And, it is easy to sit around and point fingers and blame others for our failures. It is easy to throw out exaggerated or incorrect information and hope people will listen and take up our cause because of the passion behind our words. It is easy to become caught up in distracting and destructive banter. It is easy to become a fool.
The senior class president of Heights High School in Wichita was suspended for the rest of the school year after posting a bit of trash talk about the school football team on Twitter.
At long last, Congress, yes that gridlocked legislative body in D.C., has made changes to the National Flood Insurance Program. Astoundingly, the new rules actually make sense.
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