Editorials

Forge a Gaza ceasefire now

The rest of the world is tired of watching the bloodshed mount, tired of the pictures of death and grief, tired that this irreparable and ceaseless struggle over territory, identity, dignity and the right to exist has erupted once again into chaos and madness.

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End the embarrassment, restore common sense to Kansas Legislature

The Kansas Legislature sorely needs lawmakers who are more committed to the well being of their state and communities than they are to right-wing causes. Unfortunately, the 2012 elections swept too many ideologues into the Capitol. The result has been bad legislation and national ridicule. Voters have a chance to undo some of the damage in the Aug. 5 primary.

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Reject extremism in Kansas’ Aug. 5 primary

With Kansas finances decimated by tax cuts and the voting status of thousands of citizens in limbo, the perils of electing leaders intent on far-right experimentation are painfully apparent. Fortunately, voters have a chance in this year’s primary and general elections to elect smart candidates who want to return the state to sensible governing.

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