CC by-nc 2.0 Bernard Rose
Site News

Are You Kansane?

I have an admission to make. I’m a busy guy. With a full-time job. And a part-time job. And side projects that don’t pay me anything but still require a load of time and attention. Somewhere in all that mix I like to eat, sleep, and at least try to do things that keep me sane. Right now especially, there’s a lot to talk about going on in Kansas, and as much as I want to write about all of it, it’s pretty damn hard to find the time, because I care far more about the quality of my output than the average newspaper or network news show. This isn’t fair to our fans and readers, and I think it’s a brake on something that has the potential to be much better with more voices in the chorus.

So, that said, are you Kansane enough to write for the site? I’m looking for a few good people willing to help take part in writing and sharing news and information on the site. Interested? Here’s a bit of information: Continue reading

Standard

Site readership locations

Wonder where people are reading our site from? Here’s a look. Help us out by liking and sharing articles and inviting folks to our page on Facebook and we can grow those bubbles! We’re also growing our base on Twitter. Open communication is the first step to helping solve problems – start a conversation!

Site News

Where Our Readers Are From

Image
Site News

What is Kansanity?

Welcome to Kansanity. Kansanity? Kansanity. I’ve spent a lot of time in the past years discussing events, culture, and politics. So much so, people have begun to ask me about doing something more formal with those thoughts. In consideration of those folks, I’m starting this site. So, what can you expect? Well, a little of this, and a little of that. I won’t post super frequently, probably, but I will post when necessary, to discuss not just issues affecting the nation and current events, but more specifically things that matter to Kansas and SEK as well (or so is my hope). On top of that, we’ll talk about how to talk about things – how to look at issues objectively, and how to solve problems.

Continue reading

Standard