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Last year our mayor got a taxpayer-paid trip to Africa. This year it is to China. Why did he think he had any business going there to meet with the Chinese about Hawker Beechcraft? Why isn’t he trying to stop the sale? Isn’t there an American company that could buy it?
How about the Kochs spend $1.79 billion and buy Hawker away from the Chinese? Now that would save America.
If I see one more front-page spread about the saintly Koch brothers and their plans to “save” our country by returning it to the robber barons, I will cancel my subscription. President Obama didn’t invent corporate welfare. It goes back at least as far as FDR.
In 2009 the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Mr. Hope and Change. In 2012 it was given to the European Union to reward socialism. In 2013 it should go to Charles and David Koch as an award for freedom, prosperity and jobs.
I think the Nobel Peace Prize should go to the United States military, not the European Union, for imposing and maintaining peace for decades on the continent of Europe.
Machinists union members at Bombardier Learjet: The company, like any business, doesn’t have any control over the exploding costs of health care. Pay your share and be grateful you still have a decent job.
I wonder how many of those young adults featured in the “Bravely Onward” commercials will actually be living in Wichita or even in Kansas in 10 years.
Dear Gov. Sam Brownback: Halloween only scares us once a year. The increase in sales tax and probably property taxes will scare us all year long.
We should measure welfare’s success by how many leave welfare, not by how many are added.
Thank you to Felix Baumgartner for showing us that the adventuring spirit still lives.
College and high school football advances education much like bullfighting advances agriculture.
If the Kansas City Royals and the Kansas City Chiefs were minor league teams, would they do any better in their respective leagues?
Earlier in the year, a friend suggested that the Kansas City Chiefs should suit up Len Dawson. I told him that was crazy. Now I’m not so sure.