A pro-gun rally on the south side of the Kansas Statehouse drew about 200 people to Topeka on Friday morning as students around the country walked out of class to protest gun violence. The rally was organized by the Kansas State Rifle Association and the NRA. Speakers repeated familiar slogans, arguing that "only a good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun," that progressives want to repeal the Second Amendment, and that if people are old enough to serve in the military, they're old enough to conceal carry.
What does a communion wafer and one of my favorite breakfast foods have in common? More than you would think.
The senior veterinarian at the Sedgwick County Zoo is hanging up his stethoscope Saturday.