- Editorial: Partners?
- The downtown shot-put event will go on, but the loss of financial support from Kansas Athletics is disappointing.
- March 11, 2014
- It’s unfortunate that the downtown shot-put event that has become a popular part of the Kansas Relays doesn’t fit into the Kansas Athletics budget this year.
March 8, 2014
- Saturday Column: Voters must look at facts, not promises, in 2014
- The next seven months are going to be an extremely rough-and-tumble period in both the national and state political scenes.
March 5, 2014
- Opinion: Putin likely to do what he wants, regardless of attempts to punish
- The current situation in the Ukraine, especially the movement of Russian troops in the Crimea and the continuing threat that Russian troops may enter other parts of the war-torn country, has been the source of international outrage and, in the United States, calls for action to protect pro-Western factions in Ukraine.
March 2, 2014
- Opinion: More equality, more mediocrity
- Inequality is in the news. Inequality has been declared the crisis of our times. Ingenious politicians have made the startling discovery that some people have more stuff than others. And they are promising to do something about it.
March 1, 2014
March 11, 2014
- Opinion: Ukraine raises complex questions
- Last week, I wrote that the Ukraine crisis did not mean the return of the Cold War. Since then, I’ve received e-mails from readers confused about what it does mean and why it should matter to Americans.
- Opinion: GOP should focus on education
- The first “people” I recognized on arriving at last week’s Conservative Political Action Committee gathering just outside Washington were two “stormtroopers” and a Wookiee from the 1977 film “Star Wars.”
March 10, 2014
- Opinion: Democrats politicize the IRS
- What’s been said of confession — that it is good for one’s soul but bad for one’s reputation — can also be true of testifying to Congress, so Lois Lerner has chosen to stay silent. Hers, however, is an eloquent silence.
- Opinion: Police are key to Mexican drug war
- The recent capture of the world’s biggest drug kingpin, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, was heralded across the world as a major triumph over the drug cartels, but the fact that it was carried out by the Mexican navy — rather than by police forces — should make us skeptical about its significance.
March 8, 2014
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