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Kobach takes nomination after Colyer concedes 

The race to decide the Republican party nominee for the gubernatorial race in Kansas has officially come to an end with Kris Kobach taking the win over the incumbent Jeff Colyer.  The primary election’s results had Kobach and Colyer close in the polls. Kobach received 127,211 votes, while Colyer received …

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Seal of Biliteracy paves the way with modern language

The department of modern languages is rolling out a new program for students of Spanish and French: the seal of biliteracy.  “We’re rewarding people for what they can do,” said Grant Moss, associate professor of Spanish at Pittsburg State University.  The faculty of the department of modern languages, based in …

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Religion has no place in government

The First Amendment contains an apparent oxymoron: religious freedom is to be protected and there must be separation of church and state. Understandably, this can lead to erroneous interpretation, but one would expect the attorney general of the United States to know that the government’s laws derive from the Constitution, …

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The web has lost its safety net (neutrality)

As of last Monday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) finally got their way with the web—after quite the lengthy battle, might I add. June 11 marked the end of free internet and the beginning of an unnecessary competition with the repeal of net neutrality taking affect.  Net neutrality provided a …

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