Capitol riots don’t shock KU political science professor

Capitol riots don’t shock KU political science professor

KANSAS CITY, MO – Supporters of President Trump may have shocked the US Capitol, but not Patrick Miller. Miller is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Kansas. The educator said he was not surprised to see a mob take over the Federal Building while Congress ratified ballot papers … Read more

Political science professor weighs in on Tricia Derges’ future as a state representative

Political science professor weighs in on Tricia Derges’ future as a state representative

SPRINGFIELD, MO (KY3) – The state representative from Christian County could face jail time. Tricia Dergis is accused of falsely selling stem cell treatments. Meanwhile, Dergis could lose her seat in the Missouri legislature. While there are questions about Tricia Dergis’ future in the courtroom, there are also questions about her future in government. Dergis … Read more

Political science expert breaks down the need for special sessions in Texas

Political science expert breaks down the need for special sessions in Texas

Peel County, Texas – Governor Greg Abbott followed through on his promise to veto a section of state budget funding for state lawmakers after several House Democrats withdrew to block passage of Senate Bill 7, a bill that would reform the state’s election rights. After the withdrawal, Abbott tweeted that he would veto Section 10 … Read more