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First the Wichita Police Department does away with motorcycle officers. Then it disbands the traffic section, and wonders why there are so many accidents with people speeding and driving carelessly. Go figure.
The word “cop” is disrespectful to law enforcement.
The wounding of the Butler County sheriff’s deputy should be a reminder to all of us that law enforcement and firefighters are risking their lives every day to protect us and our property. Please remember to thank these people and give them the respect they deserve.
With all the serious fires in Wichita, why is the city cutting firefighters for 2014?
No doubt the use of chemicals in Syria to kill thousands including children is reprehensible. So is the chemical destruction of tens of millions of preborn children in our own country.
Obama’s last military foray removed Libya’s leadership, leaving a power vacuum that was mostly filled by jihadists. Congress should not approve another one of his ill-planned ventures, this time into Syria.
China and Russia are like two peas in a pod. Do not trust either one. Russia, like Syria’s Bashar Assad, should be held accountable for all the deaths in Syria.
We are all worrying about gassing Syrian people. Shouldn’t we be more concerned about what to do with our own gas weapons and arsenals?
It has been refreshing to watch our Congress debate what to do with Syria. There has been actual discussion for and against. Plus, it has not been split along party lines. Use this template in the future while discussing other issues.
President Clinton is out selling Obamacare. The next down payment for Hillary’s 2016 presidential bid is being made.
We want only “citizen legislators” again. No more professional politicians. That was the constitutionally planned American way, and it must become so again as soon as possible.
Reverseophobia: the fear of feeling you’re driving backward in the center lane of Kellogg while those in the lanes on either side of you zip by at 70 and 80 mph.
Santa Fe Lake Road: Butler County’s answer to the Kellogg super speedway.
I don’t shave my head. I don’t want folks to see where the maintenance access panels are.