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The problem with Wichita’s attitude is the leadership that wants to convert this underemployed blue-collar town into a haven for yuppies. They are ignoring their basic functions of providing good streets, safety and opportunity to work.
There is pessimism in Wichita caused by the Spirit AeroSystems divestiture and Boeing leaving town. When your wages and benefits go down or go away, there is bound to be negativity.
Never miss a local story.
Career politicians have no idea what companies look for in a business location. Companies want a well-educated, skilled work force, reasonably priced housing, good transportation networks, and excellent schools to attract the best employees.
The $6 million going for the recount that probably won’t change anything would go a long way for wounded warrior or children charities.
Our president-elect’s latest Twitter fit is over the fact he lost the popular count by more than two million votes. He will oppose any vote recounts showing just how many U.S. citizens did not vote for him.
Let’s do a re-count and deport every illegal alien who was allowed to vote because he was granted a driver’s license in states such as California.
With Kris Kobach’s assistance, Donald Trump’s millions of illegal voters will probably turn out to be about 35.
When did presidential elections become like golf, in which the low score wins?
I am somewhat disabled, so Trump mocking a disabled person was disturbing. But what was more disturbing to me was the thought of four more years of President Obama with Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine. I chose properly.
The Wichita school district’s superintendent is the CEO of one of the largest companies in the state. That is the reason he earns his $230,000 per year.
It’s too bad our utility crews lack the training or experience to properly restore the streets they tear up.
I thought we were always told that if we had a rainy summer, there would be little color in the fall leaves.
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