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Kansas Gas Service wants to raise rates on homeowners and small businesses so it can cut rates for big business. And it wants guaranteed revenue in case consumption drops? Monopolies stink.
It seems to me that if everyone paid their delinquent real estate taxes there would be less of a budget problem.
I looked at the delinquent property tax list and saw a lot of LLCs listed. Gov. Sam Brownback has gotten the LLCs where they do not pay state income taxes. Is this what “free ride” means? Wish I didn’t have to pay for it.
The governor has control of the executive branch of Kansas government, and it seems he has control of electing the legislative branch. He also thinks he is the only one fit to select the judicial branch. So much for checks and balances.
I bought everything on my kids’ school-supplies lists last year, just to see all of it go into a “community pile” for all the kids to share when we entered their homeroom. I’m sick of buying things for other people’s kids. This year I only bought a quarter of the stuff and told my kids to hide it in their lockers.
Our republic is at a crossroads. Either we depend on a top-down, all-powerful government, or we go for an America that prospers and grows with sound money, low tax rates, limited government and fewer government regulations.
Paul Ryan reminds me of the character Michael Scott on “The Office.”
Other than perhaps Hawker Beechcraft, there is not a company around that would keep an employee that has performed as badly as Barack Obama.
One case of fraud per 15 million voters? Kris Kobach has a better chance of winning the lottery than finding voter fraud.
Kobach famously bragged about “caging voters,” and you want me to believe he didn’t have voter suppression in mind when he wrote voter ID laws?
Like Mitt Romney and his dog on the top of his car, I’ve seen farmers in Kansas driving down the road with their dogs in the back of their pickups, in subfreezing weather. Dogs suffer wind chill just like humans. It’s got to stop.
The local TV stations should change the name of their news programs to the following: “Commercials at 5, 6 and 10 with an occasional news item tossed in every five minutes.”
How can there be a drought when every morning I see hundreds of gallons of water miss the grass and go straight down the drain?
The constant reference to Wichita as “River City” always seems silly, particularly when the river needs to be mowed.
What if, starting today, you did one kind thing for someone besides yourself? All positive change starts with one person, and our world could use some kindness.
I wonder if they allow concealed carry at nudist colonies?