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Our government leaders are going to wait until Iran drops a nuclear bomb down our chimney before they do anything about it.
I cannot think of a more pervasive form of fascism in this country than daylight saving time.
Never miss a local story.
Even if you don’t admit it, the government has taken over your life since 2009.
As a registered Kansas Republican, I intentionally did not attend the Kansas caucuses because my choice was absent from the ballot – “none of the above.”
The difference between tragedy and comedy: If someone believes that Rick Santorum has a chance to beat Obama, that’s comedy. If someone believes that Santorum would do a good job as president of the United States, that’s tragedy.
I think Mitt Romney is the guy for the Republicans. Remember, you have to respect all people. Santorum forces his religious beliefs on everyone. The U.S. is a country of many faiths. Our diversity is our strength.
Santorum, Romney and Newt Gingrich have done such a thorough job of trashing one another that I am sure none is capable of running the country. Obama it is.
Who cares if schools close? The kids are out more than in. The USD 259 kids get two extra days off before their weeklong spring break. Extended holidays seem to be the norm.
Why give a tax break to builders of new homes? Is it a ploy to keep people from leaving Wichita? A person can’t leave Wichita if he cannot sell the home he lives in. Please give resellers a tax break so we can leave.
What is going on? The Legislature is ready to bring back happy hour and smoking in bars? Who is holding the yo-yo?
Rep. Randy Garber thinks personal freedom outweighs health risks (“Bill could alter state’s smoking ban,” March 13 Local & State). Will Kansas always be a backwater state?
We were pleasantly surprised by the Outdoor Living and Landscape Show. We need more events like this.
Please don’t let KU play Belmont. I noticed they are in the same bracket, and I remember Bucknell, Bradley and Baylor.
The NCAA has no right to set academic standards for student athletes. It apparently believes that Albuquerque is in the East, Greensboro is in the Midwest, Louisville is in the West and Portland, Ore., is in the South.