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2013 year in review: Top 10 stories from the Sunflower State

It’s over, done, finalized, finito. With the final days and hours of 2013 ticking to a close, we figured it’s a good time for reflection on what the last 12 months have brought the Sunflower State.

NAT GAS Act: Markets are better able to decide

The real lesson to be learned from Solyndra is that government is not equipped to act as entrepreneur. We need to apply that lesson to natural gas powered vehicles before it is too late.

Kansas and Wichita quick takes: Wednesday May 25, 2011

Today: The failure of American schools; Professors to Koch Brothers: Take your green back; History and legacy of Kansas populism; Federal grants seen to raise future local spending; Debt observed as sold.

Kansas and Wichita quick takes: Monday May 16, 2011

Today: Wichita City Council this week; Wichita as art curator; Legislature fails to confront KPERS; Over 30 major news organizations linked to George Soros; Romney seen as candidate of business, not capitalism; Programs for elderly must be cut; Social Security seen as unwise, financially; Market development in Wichita.

Kansas and Wichita quick takes: Tuesday March 29, 2011

Today: Follow-up to Koch profile; the decline of Detroit: a lesson for Wichita?; Moran to vote "no" on debt ceiling; golden geese on the move; legislators will have more access to SRS case files; Wichita unemployment rate improving, government planners vs. individuals.

Political attacks by Obama camp endanger opportunity

Americans of all political persuasions can agree that we face serious national problems, including sluggish job growth and soaring federal spending. The way to solve these problems is by coming together, not by attacking each other. President Obama should call off the attack dogs, before they end up biting him too.

Left’s obsession with funding diverts attention from issues and its own funding

One of the duties of being a blogger on the left is constant disparaging of the source of funding or leadership of your opposition. All done, of course, while ignoring the painfully obvious problems with your own.

As an example, a recent Boston Globe column -- its title is In glitzy shadows, a health reform foe lurks -- makes claims that are false. Others are actually something to be proud of, not ashamed.

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