Letter: Wasting money on education spending in Kansas

I totally agree with letter writer Joan Speake about education funding in Kansas. Walt Chappell, a former member of the... Read more

Editorial: Resisting ‘dark’ political ads

With more than 2 billion users and advanced analytics, Facebook offers advertisers one of the most effective platforms for reaching their target... Read more

Letter: Too many laws work to exclude rather than to unite Americans

Following the recent events in Charlottesville, most of our elected leaders came out with strong words condemning white supremacy. If they truly... Read more

Letter: Local agencies should help with Harvey relief efforts

Hurricane Harvey has devastated southeast Texas and all involved will suffer greatly for months to come — not only all the residences... Read more

Letter: Don’t make health care a game of political warfare

Too many people don’t have health insurance. They end up in the emergency room or with lots of bills. Poverty cripples health... Read more

Letter: Inescapable history

Last summer, we took a KU student from India to the Prairie Band Potawatomi Pow Wow and showed him the distance between... Read more

Letter: Confederate statues stand for what was practiced, even if it was not ethical

The white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, which took place on August 12, should never have happened. After Charlottesville, other riotous demonstrations took... Read more

Letter: Celebrate the freedom to transform our economy to one that works for all of us this Labor Day

It’s time to celebrate a day set aside to recognize and honor the achievements of America’s working families. Labor Day is the... Read more

Letter: Just what are we are going to lose if we move Confederate statues to a museum of traitors?

Cal Thomas’ August 23 column was long on alliteration, but it came up well short in the area of fundamental logic. His... Read more

Letter: Confederate statues are venerating traitors

As a professional historian with relatives who fought on both sides of the Civil War, two points regarding Confederate monuments bear consideration.... Read more

Letter: With Confederate statues, where does it end?

Considering recent events, I’m wondering if Vincent Price, president of Duke University, will be taking any further steps to “express the deep... Read more

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