To the Editor: It was my privilege to serve as a chief of staff for several years in the U.S. Senate and to work with members of the Kansas congressional delegation to advance a legislative agenda that reflected the priorities of the state and
To the Editor: In Tuesday’s paper, Myron Calhoun took Mercury opinion-page editor Walt Braun to task for the latter’s reservations over Kansas needing an even more liberal personal handgun law.
To the Editor: As the holidays encompass us all, now is the perfect time to channel the warm and generous spirit of the season to help our fellow community members in need. One of the things I love most about living in Manhattan is witnessing
To the Editor: The front-page article Tuesday describing the presentation of “a key lobbyist” for the Farm Bureau simply begs for the application of some actual journalism. The lobbyist’s claims are so far out of touch with reality that a responsible reporter would know
To the Editor: I would like to thank U.S. House Speaker John Boehner for kicking Kansas 1st District Rep. Huelskamp off of the House Budget Committee.
To the Editor: Dale Herspring ends his most recent op-ed column by asking, “What will Obama do about Iran’s pursuit of nuclear wea-pons?”
To the Editor: We appreciate the Mercury’s publishing “Hospital of Hope,” a story about our studio project for the design of a trauma center in Roatan, Honduras. We have received many compliments and good wishes as a result of Brian Richardson’s fine article.
To the Editor: Had a conversation recently about our democracy and what is happening. It is my view that we do not have a democracy, but a modified autocracy, which is defined by a president with power through executive fiat, regulations, government unions, liberal courts
To the Editor: Thank you to Pat Collins and the firefighters from Manhattan Township, Blue Township and Wabaunsee County for their quick response in keeping a bad situation from turning into a disastrous one.
To the Editor: While you started your Nov. 26 editorial, “Concealed carry revisited,” with “We’re not fans of concealed carry gun permits,” you did concede, “It’s never-theless impressive that only 44 of the more than 51,000 Kansans who have been issued permits since 2007 have been charged
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