Wednesday, December 11, 2019

St. Louis To Pay Radical Harvard Prof Up to $120K to Help Prosecute Greitens

In hiring radical Harvard Law professor Ronald Sullivan to help in the prosecution of Republic Gov. Eric Greitens, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner may unwittingly help Greitens's political rehabilitation. Sullivan has the kind of...

Kansas Supreme Court Says Rape Victim Has No Claim on Truth, Overturns Rapist’s Conviction

On Friday, the Kansas Supreme Court Friday threw out the 2013 Shawnee County kidnapping conviction of an immigrant from Monaco named Osi Bisa McBride. The Court ruled that former senior assistant district attorney Todd...

Oops! McCaskill Also Forgot About Black-Tie Reception at the Russian Ambassador’s

In March Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) thrust herself into the heart of the Russian controversy when she tweeted, "No call or meeting w/Russian ambassador. Ever. Ambassadors call members of Foreign ." McCaskill wrote this as a...

Anti-Free Speech Extremists Launch Petition against Vitae Foundation

Fresh off Planned Parenthood's successful censoring of innocuous Advice & Aid Pregnancy Crisis Center advertisements, anti-free speech extremists from UltraViolet are taking their protests out to the ballgame. This time, UltraViolet, a community organizing group, cast its...

Goddard superintendent uses brother’s law firm to sue vaping manufacturer

The USD 265 Goddard Public Schools Board of Education approved a resolution on Monday night to file a lawsuit against Juul, a major manufacturer and distributor of e-cigarettes and vaping products in the United...

Some Kansans To Receive Credits That Lower Utility Bills, Thanks to Federal Tax Reform

Some Kansans are about to realize credits that reduce their monthly utility bills. The Kansas Corporation Commission approved agreements with Atmos Energy and Black Hills Energy that will result in their customers receiving credits on their monthly utility...

New Spending Should Help Schools, But There’s No Guarantee, Researcher Tells Lawmakers

Jesse Levin, a researcher at the American Institutes for Research, told legislators on Thursday that an education study they commissioned is “a very, very good study." “It was fairly cutting edge and done very well,”...

Brownback Proposes Adding $600 Million to Public Education in State of State

Gov. Sam Brownback's final State of the State Address revealed his response to the state Supreme Court's school funding ruling, but the speech created more questions than answers. After confirming that Kansas State University Head...

Daily Kansan: KU Gambled on More Foreign Students, Lost

First off, kudos to the University of Kansas student newspaper, the Daily Kansan. Last school year, the Daily Kansan featured a whiny recitation of all recent offenses, real or imagined, against some presumably marginalized...

Female Missouri Teacher Accused of “Grooming” Middle School Boys for Sex

Former Joplin middle school teacher Amanda Schweitzer has become part of a disturbing and yet difficult to explain trend: female teachers accused of initiating sex with their male students, in Schweitzer's case with three...