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Defying the apparent hopes of many in the national media, former University of Kansas Professor Feng “Franklin” Tao was convicted last Thursday of hiding ties to the Chinese government while employed at KU.  more
The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. more
My favorite reference librarian has again sent me some wordplay I’d like to share with others of our ilk. This time it’s in the form of witty business and shop names on storefronts and … more
Steven Roberts teaches politics and journalism at George Washington University. He can be contacted by email at stevecokie@gmail.com.  more
This article was originally published by the Washington Examiner. Byron York is chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner.  more
This is the second of two excerpts from a chapter about Dick Shaw’s money-making schemes growing up in Pittsburg. It’s taken from his memoir, “Tales from the Professor: Life is a Hoot!”, which is available on Amazon. more
Will Smith smacked Chris Rock at the Oscars — you could live in a cave and still know about this, and be subject to the blizzard of opinions about it. more
One of my favorite books of 2019 was Kim Michele Richardson’s “Book Woman of Troublesome Creek,” the story of one of the pack librarians who rode a mule to deliver books to the … more
 I’ve heard some incredibly intelligent people say that they are going to let their children “learn about God on their own.” more
It's time for a little comfort, and here is a sweet fix. Pound cakes are the pleasing plain-Janes of desserts: figurative no-nonsense confections that provide a welcome pick-me-up without wandering into sugary oblivion. more
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