Now is the summer of our discontent. The end of Roe vs. Wade has shaken the nation. Kansas has been gripped by an amendment vote on just that subject scheduled for next month. Political candidates circle one another like irritable peacocks, knowing that weeks or months of conflict await. Nationally, inflation has stressed households and scared investors. While the White House searches for fixes. Gas prices have shot up. And the new Thor movie isn’t even that great.
With all that in mind, opinion editor Clay Wirestone runs down the issues with editor in chief Sherman Smith.
Summer’s discontents weigh on Kansas mood, political races and long-term outlook