Kansas rides wave of judicial selection changes
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Renewed legislative efforts to change the way Kansas selects members for its highest courts are part of a recent wave of modifications sought nationwide to alter the composition of the state’s judicial branch.
Despite resistance this legislative session against altering the system, supporters of the idea said Friday momentum is shifting in the state toward governor-appointed justices.
Spooky. The politicization of the judicial system – Um. Wait. Just now?
Went to the store this morning. Banana Cream Pie, Chocolate Cream Pie. What’s not to love.
Leaving I had to follow an older model truck. A clean, black, good looking truck. I followed it through four turns (it was going my way). The first turn was to the left. No turn signal.
The second turn was to the left. No turn signal.
The third turn was to the left at a stop light, where the shinny truck stayed halted through half the green light, turned left. No turn signal.
The fourth turn was right. No turn signal.
The license on the truck was: WUNDER
The contractor is currently installing the last of the camera system. He brought his son. Thirteen years old. The son is doing most of the climbing, bending and attic work.
I’m trying to decide whom to pay.
Dog is going crazy. He loves kids.
The press is giving dra-mama and Benghazi a pass today. That’s a bad thing. I did see the VP getting exposure on gun control again. They always manage to push him to the fore when things aren’t going well for the P.
From the reaches,