Nineteenth-century abolitionist John Brown is famously depicted in a mural by Kansas artist John Steuart Curry in the State Capitol building in Topeka. The mural portrays Brown almost as an Old Testament prophet, a Bible in one hand, a rifle in the other. Columnist Dave Helling writes voters in the Sunflower State on Nov. 4 may make their choice of U.S. senator on social issues, where there are clear differences between the candidates.
Nineteenth-century abolitionist John Brown is famously depicted in a mural by Kansas artist John Steuart Curry in the State Capitol building in Topeka. The mural portrays Brown almost as an Old Testament prophet, a Bible in one hand, a rifle in the other. Columnist Dave Helling writes voters in the Sunflower State on Nov. 4 may make their choice of U.S. senator on social issues, where there are clear differences between the candidates. File photo The Wichita Eagle
Nineteenth-century abolitionist John Brown is famously depicted in a mural by Kansas artist John Steuart Curry in the State Capitol building in Topeka. The mural portrays Brown almost as an Old Testament prophet, a Bible in one hand, a rifle in the other. Columnist Dave Helling writes voters in the Sunflower State on Nov. 4 may make their choice of U.S. senator on social issues, where there are clear differences between the candidates. File photo The Wichita Eagle

Dave Helling: Nothing is the matter with Kansas, and thanks for asking

October 27, 2014 04:41 PM