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    Olathe schools silent on whistleblower academic allegations

    While the Olathe school district is pushing Critical Race Theory under the guise of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, a whistleblower says the district administration...

    Biden $3.5 trillion boondoggle slaps methane tax on oil and gas...

    If the Biden administration and the progressive caucus have their way on what the Wall Street Journal calls the $3.5 trillion social welfare and...

    Justice Dept. threatens to sic FBI on parents as domestic terrorists

    The U.S. Attorney General is threatening to treat concerned school patrons like domestic terrorists, but parents say they aren’t backing down.  For more than a...

    Kansas can avoid potential $200 million tax hike on business

    Citing information from the National Council on State Legislatures, the Tax Foundation says the Kansas unemployment trust fund is $196 million below its pre-pandemic...

    KS Supreme Court sets date for SB 40 hearing

    Save the date.  The Kansas Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether a new law stands on Oct. 26. The court could decide to scrap entirely...

    Schools approve graphic gay sex scenes in classroom book

    A book detailing the sexual exploits of a young man is on the approved reading list for students as young as sixth grade in...

    Republicans differ on approach to eliminating federal vaccine mandate

    Three Kansas state senators and two state representatives are asking fellow lawmakers to petition Governor Laura Kelly for a special legislative session to address...

    Dillons pharmacy in Hutchinson refuses to fill ivermectin prescription

    When Dr. Mark Steffen, a state lawmaker and a medical doctor, prescribed ivermectin for a patient, a Dillons pharmacy in Hutchinson refused to fill...

    Gardner School Board member deceives on remote learning

    One Gardner-Edgerton Schoolboard member has made the claim on social media that the Kansas Legislature has made it impossible to use remote learning this...

    Johnson County withholds data used to create misleading COVID chart

    Instead of turning over raw data and emails related to a Johnson County Department of Health and Environment chart, county officials are slow-rolling records...

    Governor, KJI, Chamber, school boards weigh in on SB 40 lawsuit

    Kristin Butler and Scott Bozarth wanted school officials to listen to their concerns, but they refused. Left with few other options, the duo--parents of children...

    Kansas paid Medicaid providers over $17 million for dead people

    An internal state audit of the Kansas Medicaid system, released in late July, revealed $1.3 in inappropriate payments to the companies contracted to administer...