Opinion Line (Aug. 27)
08/26/2014 7:04 PM
08/27/2014 12:04 AM
The people of Ferguson, Mo., need to find an abortion clinic to stand in front of rather than the street while doing their protests. The police would leave them alone then.
In order to make everyone happy in Ferguson, the police should just leave and let the citizens take care of themselves.
The Wichita city manager must employ a person as the new police chief who is focused on the crimes that affect more people than any other, which means enforcing traffic and vehicle laws.
Political Campaigning 101: “You’re the dummy.” “No, you’re the dummy.” “No, you’re the dummy.” “No, you’re the dummy….”
Obama’s golf game and his leadership are under par.
The middle class has lost significant ground under Obama. Job growth has been in the area of lower-paying jobs. Obama needs to focus on growing higher-paying jobs for American citizens and legal aliens, improving school choice, and reducing the stagnation caused by the overregulation of business, especially small business.
Someone needs to tell Gov. Sam Brownback that not only is the sun not shining in Kansas, it’s dark and gloomy with a severe storm forecast for the near future.
Paul Davis knows that the state must fund our schools, roads, services to the elderly, etc. For that he is labeled a tax-and-spend liberal. Our current governor is a borrow-and-spend radical who is bankrupting our state. Voters can decide.
On whether the Republicans want to return to the 1850s or the 1950s: It would be best to split the two – the 1850s so the death penalty would not be questioned and the 1950s so kids would be taught to respect their parents and the property of others.
You’d have thought with his Walgreens reading glasses, Rick Perry might have seen the indictments coming.
Guns save lives just like cancer cures smoking.
People saying that the unemployed just need to pull themselves up by their bootstraps are full of hot air. Those people can pull my finger and get the same hot air with an aromatic nuance.
Hello, Dunkin’ Donuts. Goodbye, 30-inch waist. Mmm. Can’t wait.
Dunkin’ is coming back? Yahoo. It’s the Goldilocks of doughnuts. Not too sweet (sorry, but Krispy Kreme is cotton candy with a crust) or too dry and cakey like some places serve. They’re just right.
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