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I will soon be eligible to receive a free hunting and fishing license. Why do senior citizens gripe about the proposed fee, but think nothing about throwing lots more money away at a casino? You would get a lot more for $40 spent on a hunting and fishing license.
Politicians have been running a scam called Social Security, but the chickens are coming home to roost. Record numbers of baby boomers are retiring, and the money promised by the politicians is not there. Better to put your money in a shoe box.
The administration acquiesces to the religious sensitivities of the Northern Arapaho tribe and allows it to kill two bald eagles. Meanwhile, the administration attacks the Catholic Church for its religious sensitivities regarding contraceptives.
Churches demand to be free from political intervention, but then want political exceptions when they can’t trust their own personnel to make the “right” choices on contraceptives.
Maybe we can take away the right of women to vote in Kansas, do away with pap smears and breast-cancer checks, and use only midwives to deliver babies, because men shouldn’t see women unclothed unless married. We might even be able to sell them like livestock and raise tax revenue.
If the worst president in modern history is re-elected in November, we will be committing national suicide.
I don’t know why everyone thinks bond money is free.
If the economy is recovering, why is the Dillard’s store closing in Hutchinson?
I went to the grand opening of Chick-fil-A thinking it would be a French restaurant. All I got was a chicken sandwich.
Wow. You know you live in Podunk, Kansas, when the big news of the week is the grand opening of a Chick-fil-A.
I do not think coach Gregg Marshall can blame the refs for the loss in the NCAA tournament.
Now that the great WSU has lost, maybe we can read about something else.
I wonder if the Missouri Valley Conference’s attempt to gain advantage by holding its tournament more than a week before the big dance is actually a hindrance.
Wichita-area churches are stepping up to make sure kids get nutritional lunches during spring break. But isn’t that the parents’ responsibility?