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Local law enforcement has worked more than 400 drunken driving cases so far this year. Now we have “happy hour,” so more drunks will be on the road causing more accidents and deaths. What is wrong with our Legislature?
Until we are allowed to buy strong beer at grocery and convenient stores, our liquor laws will remain antiquated. The illogical existence of the weaker 3.2 beer remains a ploy for the liquor store lobby to retain its monopoly, and denies consumers and business the benefit of competitive pricing.
While Gov. Sam Brownback fiddles with abortion and tax shifting, Airbus plans to build a $600 million plant and employ 1,000 people in Alabama.
Violence has once more raised its ugly head in Iraq. Does that mean we’ll have to go back and win again?
Government needs to enforce the gun laws now on the books, or eliminate them and put everyone on an even playing field.
A New Jersey woman hit by a baseball at a Little League game is suing the 11-year old who threw it, claiming the errant throw was reckless and demanding $150,000. The real tragedy is that the public does not realize it will be paying the bills.
Tuesday’s “Non Sequitur” comic showed how the lawyers live and thrive above the law – not only as written but as intended. The new health care law is another instance of a union “of the lawyers, by the lawyers and for the lawyers.”
The U.S. pays more for less health care than any other nation in the world because of our insurance-controlled system. Obamacare begins to fix this. Those who oppose it should have “Bought and paid for by big insurance” stamped on their foreheads.
Chief Justice John Roberts proved that despite misinformation, half-truths and slanderous attacks against the president and the health care reform law, the citizens of this country can continue to find protection in the law from the Supreme Court.
I predict the Democrats are going to cry voter fraud, even though they are the ones causing it.
I hope Mitt Romney considers Rep. Allen West as his running mate.
There is a homeless man who sits on the corner of 21st and Hillside by WSU. I recently saw a police officer stop the car and hand the man a cup of coffee. We should all take note and act on that example.