• Janus-faced public-sector unions Janus-cased by US Supreme Court

    Janus-faced public-sector unions Janus-cased by US Supreme Court0

    This piece was written by KPI scholar David Dorsey. David spent 17 years teaching in Kansas public school classrooms. Lost in all the hullaballoo over the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent Janus decision is the sense of irony in the very name of the case. On June 27 the Court decided in Janus v. AFSCME that

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  • Gannon VI, Die Hard and All That Jazz

    Gannon VI, Die Hard and All That Jazz0

    The timeless 1988 action move Die Hard teased the audience with classic Hollywood plot misdirection. What appeared to be an international band of criminals kidnapping corporate officials to gain the release of terrorists around the world, turned out to be nothing more than a very sophisticated, daring (and high dollar!) cash grab. The story arc

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  • Kansas Voters Want their Representatives Allocating Education Spending Levels – Not Courts.

    Kansas Voters Want their Representatives Allocating Education Spending Levels – Not Courts.0

    A POLL RELEASED TODAY BY KANSAS POLICY INSTITUTE SHOWS VOTERS WANT LAWMAKERS TO APPROPRIATE EDUCATION SPENDING LEVELS IN KANSAS, NOT THE JUDICIAL BRANCH. June 29 – Wichita – This week, after the years-long Gannon v. Kansas lawsuit over state funding for public schools, the Kansas Supreme Court released their opinion rejecting a six-year $854 million

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