Presidential candidates should focus upon important items, so what does Mitt Romney find important? That Joe Biden said “unchain” instead of “unshackle.”
At least Vice President Biden hasn’t shot anyone while on a hunting trip.
Already, Democrats are calling Paul Ryan a radical and an extremist. While it would be far more productive to discuss his ideas, it is easier to demagogue him as a person. We deserve better.
It astounds me that any woman in America would consider voting for a ticket with Paul Ryan. If it was up to him, ladies would be barefoot, pregnant, in the kitchen making a sandwich.
Paul Ryan’s sudden embrace of St. Thomas Aquinas is politically convenient and meaningless until he denounces his Ayn Rand-inspired budget.
I wish the president and his lady would stop appearing on every talk show and late-night show available. They seem to enjoy being celebrities.
When a political party has to lie and cheat in order to advance its agenda, it’s time for it to review the slats in its platform.
Gov. Sam Brownback and economist Arthur Laffer’s tax plan is a simple three-step process: Destroy the middle class, forget the poor, and make the rich richer. Supply side “trickle down” economics has never worked because of a very basic flaw – human greed. This plan truly is a laugher, and the people who will pay for it can afford it the least.
According to a Kansas City Star editorial (Aug. 13 Kansas Views), the likelihood of a one-party Legislature in Kansas doesn’t bode well for true debate on important issues. We currently have a two-party Congress that can’t agree on important issues. How’s that working for you?
It’s not fear that is at the root of most violent conflict. That is a liberal rationalization. Actually, evil is at the root of most violent conflict.
With many organizations gathering supplies for needy schoolchildren, would not the better option be to give them to the schools and not the families? This will guarantee the items are used for the purpose they are intended and by the children who need them the most.
Walgreens should be shaking in its boots because CVS is coming.
Good grief, people are complaining about the $5 cost of a Riverfest button? Do those same people think nothing of spending more than that for cigarettes or a hamburger? Probably not. Come on, it’s $5 for nine days.