Kansas City Politricks: Dems Connected To Crypto Crash & War Against Climate Change

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Kansas voters deliver thundering midterm message: Underestimate women at your peril - Kansas Reflector

One piece of advice for the Kansas GOP springs to mind after this year's elections: Don't underestimate women. Be it Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly, U.S. Rep. Sharice Davids, the women who ran the campaign to preserve abortion rights, or Kansas voters who turned out to cast their ballots, women defined our state's balance of power in 2022.

How the GOP's expected red wave crashed on the rocks of the insurrection * Missouri Independent

When pro-Trump extremists stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, they probably weren't thinking about the next election. But maybe they should have. Because the long shadow of former President Donald Trump, and the behavior of the rioters, may have helped contribute to a relatively good night for the Democrats.

Kansas GOP wants to sanction Republicans who signed Pyle's gubernatorial petition - Kansas Reflector

TOPEKA - Independent gubernatorial candidate Dennis Pyle's post-election critique of why Republican Derek Schmidt lost to Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly did nothing to soothe Kansas Republican Party leaders frustrated by Pyle's insurgent conservative campaign. Kelly prevailed with 490,208 or 49% of the vote to Schmidt's 470,243 or 47%.

Democrats' second-largest donor Sam Bankman-Fried's net worth plummets 94% after his company FTX collapses

Democrats' millennial cash cow is turning belly up, as his company collapsed and 94% of his net worth was erased during an election in which he donated millions to liberal campaigns.

We must wage war on climate change to save the Earth * Missouri Independent

When a country's sovereignty or well-being is threatened, it mobilizes to protect itself even if means going to war. Defeating the threats, dangers and possible annihilation of the earth and life as we know it will require the same.

Future of Kansas town's library in jeopardy over refusal to remove 'divisive' books - Kansas Reflector

ST. MARYS - Pottawatomie Wabaunsee Regional Library is decorated for the holidays, with a snow-filled tiny Christmas village placed in the center of the book stacks. There's a princess mural on one wall, complete with a unicorn, and a dinosaur figurine over by the children's nook. All of it might be gone come January.

Hartmann: Missouri Voters Must Protect Abortion Rights

The time has come. The midterm elections have confirmed that the judicial affiliate of the Republican Party - a.k.a., the U.S. Supreme Court - awakened a sleeping giant by violating principle and precedent with its Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade. As Jay-Z said, "Numbers don't lie, check the scoreboard."

A commission's work on racial equity proceeding step by step

The journey of a commission charged with addressing issues related to systemic racism began back in July 2020, a mere 60-some days after the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer. In the months since Kansas Gov.

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