Opinion Line (June 27)
06/27/2013 9:05 AM
06/27/2013 9:06 AM
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The drought is not over. The drought will never be over. Prepare for the day when freshwater and fossil fuels are both in extreme short supply.
People loudly carry on cellphone conversations in public places for all the world to hear and chronicle every detail of their lives on Facebook for all to see. Then they claim to be concerned about privacy.
Sooner rather than later, there will be marriage equality in Kansas.
There is a rainbow over the U.S. Supreme Court.
With deference to Howard Cosell: Down goes DOMA, down goes DOMA.
What I would like to know is: When two men marry, where do the children come from?
How can the government allow an employee to stay employed after they have admitted that something they might say would incriminate them? I could testify about my job for years and never come close to anyone thinking I was a criminal.
A certain amount of IRS “fear” is a good thing. Cheating has always been a problem in taxes, and if people begin to think that they can do anything they want and not be challenged, look out.
What incentive is there for ordinary citizens to obey the law when their president breaks some laws and won’t enforce others, the attorney general perjures himself before Congress, and the administration uses the IRS against political enemies?
The Senate immigration bill is 1,200-plus pages long. I guess Congress will have to pass it so we can see what’s in it, like Obamacare. This bill isn’t about anything but getting Republicans and Democrats re-elected. We’ve got laws on the books that are not enforced.
My husband and I went to see a WaterWalk fountains show and were disappointed that no show happened. If the wind was to blame, so is whoever purchased the $3.5 million fountains. It’s Kansas. It’s windy. Time for a refund.
I challenge Leonard Pitts to rename the Washington Redskins and not offend someone in America (June 24 Opinion). We’re going to PC our country and traditions into nothing before long.
One of the big food chain stores is not good at removing expired products from its shelves. I routinely find products that have expired, sometimes by as much as six months. For your own health and safety, be aware.
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