Multi-level marketing companies selling things like so-called essential oils have capitalized on the pandemic. Some politicians have come along for the ride.
Kansas is in the middle of a coronavirus emergency, but some health-care workers are spreading misinformation instead of healing.
Dr. John Shell explained in stark terms to the Board of Commissioners in rural Coffey County, Kansas, that no mask mandate means more deaths. But they weren’t swayed.
In a debate about slavery in 1856, Congressman Preston Brooks took offense at the disparagement of his family by Senator Charles Sumner. Next, Brooks nearly beat Sumner to death.
“It’s extremely tight,” said Republican state Rep. Jan Kessinger. “And for a Democrat to be able to take a Senate seat in Kansas would be extraordinary.”
Would the girl whose photo Coleman weaponized against her just five years ago have considered running for office? Probably not, knowing those images are out there.
Kris Kobach has spent the last few years parroting President Trump's incorrect statements about voter fraud. But he's stopped short of criticizing mail-in voting in his home state.