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Mitt Romney has finally found a principle that he won’t flip-flop on: His refusal to let anyone see his tax returns.
President Obama’s Justice Department has hit Gibson Guitar with a $300,000 fine for some innocuous reason – another business-friendly day in the land of Obama. No wonder companies feel uneasy about expanding and unemployment is up.
I am 50 years old and have never seen this great country so divided. We need a big change, or things won’t be very pretty.
Something’s wrong with our war machine. We’re still not fighting Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Libya, Iran, Yemen, Pakistan, UAE, Oman and a whole lot of other countries. Get your act together, guys.
Congratulations to our own Sen. Jerry Moran for taking the initiative to rally the troops in the U.S. Senate to get 51 signatures on a letter opposing any treaty that infringes on our gun rights. Those of us who value freedom are in his debt.
I had a very positive voting experience Tuesday. I don’t know of any way that voting could be more streamlined than it is now. They simply scanned the back of my photo ID, I verified my address and signed an electronic signature pad, and I was voting.
Koch Industries is a business, not a person. For it to be able to donate $161,000 to the Kansas Chamber of Commerce political action committee in the name of “free speech” is hogwash.
Man, what a relief it would be to have a guy like Gov. Bill Graves back in Topeka – someone who would never box himself into a corner by signing silly no-tax pledges to unelected neocon fools, and who understands that “compromise” is not a dirty word. If only.
Teaching math past the eighth grade is a waste of time. No one uses algebra or higher math courses in his daily life. These math courses should only be taught to students who aspire to be design engineers. Retrain math teachers to teach other subjects.
I’m going to become a plastic surgeon specializing in repairing stretched-out earlobes so that when all the people wearing gauges finally ask themselves “What was I thinking?” I’ll make a fortune.
According to some of the old-timers, when Noah suffered through 40 days of rain, Kansas got less than three-quarters of an inch.