Thursday marks one year since Robert Mueller became special counsel. His mission: to search from sea to shining sea for collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. If Mueller has found anything concrete behind this collective hallucination, he must have stashed it in Fort Knox.
Meghan Markle is poised to change the British royal family, but her biggest impact will not come from her biracial heritage, or the fact that she is American, or even that she is divorced. It will come from her outspokenness.
America and Kansas are at their best when trusted and called to a greater end. That does not necessarily demand military service or a space program. For much of our history, that call was to create vibrant communities, raise families, start businesses, and pass on our inheritance of liberty to another generation.
Theodore White invented a genre with his groundbreaking book “The Making of the President, 1960,” and news junkies ever since have eagerly awaited postmortems from inside the operations of the various Republican and Democrat presidential campaigns. There have been 14 presidential elections since Kennedy-Nixon, and each has generated its own raft of books.
Disruption has hit every industry, from car transportation services to hotel lodging — and the White House. Donald Trump is a bull in the china shop disruptive agent of anti-globalist chaos and firm believer in realism’s international anarchy.
Yoknapatawpha County, created by author William Faulkner, was the backdrop for many tales of race and injustice spiced by the hypocrisy of the whites who exploited, abused and sometimes killed their black brothers.
Wichita City Council District 1 candidates Brandon Johnson, Mike Kinard, John Stevens and Janet Wilson answer the question: There are no public pools open in northeast Wichita. Would you support opening a pool and how would you fund it? (Video by