I am no fan of Donald Trump and wish there were better candidates for president from both parties. But the major fault for his rise as the “presumptive nominee” of the Republican Party in 2016 can be laid at the feet of the very elites who are so vociferous in their condemnation of him.
The coming summer of our discontent has the perfect lineup for would-be voters: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders and John Kasich provide people of all shades of political persuasion someone to hate.
Taking in refugees from countries that don’t try to stop Islamic extremism in their midst reminds me of the story of a woman who flagged a passing motorist to change a tire. She then asked the generous soul to work quietly and not wake her husband in the back seat.
The infamous $2,500 “bounty” provision and the name of Kansas’ proposed “Student Physical Privacy Act” mirror model legislation from “a massive, deep-pocketed network of lawyers called Alliance Defending Freedom.”
After he was drafted by the Chiefs on Saturday, Tyreek Hill was asked by The Star's Terez A. Paylor how he explained to NFL teams what happened at Oklahoma State, where Hill was dismissed following an arrest that led to Hill pleading guilty to domestic abuse by strangulation.
Tyreek Hill on explaining himself during NFL draft process
Wichita's other Frank Lloyd Wright building
Police: Woman killed over parking stall obstruction