Opinion

As the nation watches Republicans rush to approve President Donald Trump’s nominee Amy Coney Barrett to a seat on the Supreme Court, it’s worth asking whether the hurried effort undermines the primary argument conservatives make…

Dear editor, Dr. Roger Marshall has earned my vote for Senate. His past experience in the medical field and his support of legislation supporting pre-existing conditions make him the ideal choice. Marshall is a strong…

Dear editor, Congratulations to the Bowlus Fine Arts Center for coordinating the successful “Crossroads: Change in Rural America” Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition.  Humanities Kansas appreciates all of the hard work contributed by Daniel Kays and…

Dear editor, I have known Mike Bruner for a very long time, clear back to our college days. Mike, his wife Glenda, and I are all proud to be members of the last graduating class…

COVID-19 is threatening the way Kansas schools do their work.  Randy Watson, state education commissioner, told members of the Kansas Association of School Boards recently that the way schools deliver education currently is “not sustainable.” …

Allen County commissioner Bruce Symes and I crossed paths Thursday afternoon outside of the courthouse. Even with my face mask on, he could tell I was smiling.  “I just voted!” I exclaimed. “The magic never…

Dear editor, Recently I’ve had a “revelation” that has blessed me and I believe I’m led by the Lord to share it.  As a victim of molestation as a 6-year-old, date rape as a young…

For Amy Coney Barrett of the University of Notre Dame, where she and I are both professors, her nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court represents the crowning achievement of her legal career. Widely regarded as…

As mayor of Topeka, Michelle De La Isla has worked to not only increase the city’s police department budget but also to strengthen relationships between law enforcement officers and the public they serve. De La…

“In America, the big get bigger and the small get out,” U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced to a crowd of dairy farmers a year ago. This march toward “progress” has been the steady…