Concerning the article about 100 brains thought to be missing from the University of Texas: Unfortunately, that number is minuscule compared with the number of brains missing in Washington, D.C.
You can’t make this stuff up. Obama names a soap opera producer as an ambassador and, when asked, the White House spokesman can’t name any qualifications she has. Of course, there is the $800,000 she raised or contributed to Obama in the 2012 election.
Never miss a local story.
“We are a nation of laws” is the biggest lie of all. And I’m aiming this both at the Democrats and the Republicans.
What an inspiring story about the Blank family who have dedicated their lives to public service in the military and law enforcement (Nov. 27 Eagle). Are they some of the government employees who, according to House Speaker Ray Merrick, produce nothing because they are a net consumer of government services?
Why aren’t Rep. Mike Pompeo and Sen. Pat Roberts fighting for jobs in Coffeyville with Amazon leaving? Please do your jobs and represent all of Kansas, not just the uberwealthy.
Indians were illegal aliens, too. They came across a temporary land bridge from eastern Russia to present-day Alaska. They migrated south into America and South America. Legal invited immigrants should get citizenship first.
If someone tries to forcibly take my gun from me, I will do my level best to shoot him first. It really doesn’t matter what color he is.
I get sick and tired of seeing Al Sharpton’s pious, long-suffering face when he shows up at the scene of a white-on-black killing. If he is truly concerned, he could spend 24 hours a day in Chicago. Could the “reverend” be a race-baiter?
Charles Barkley is the man. He tells it like it is. It won’t be long before the media try to destroy his character, as they do every other black conservative.
I was not surprised to see some St. Louis football players enter the stadium with their hands in the air. What did surprise me is that they weren’t followed by the police, as that is how we see more and more NFL players.
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning must have a chapped rear end from it being kissed so much by the announcers during Sunday night’s game. As if that wasn’t enough, the network felt like it had to run his commercials, too. What a money-grubbing, pampered pretty boy.
I am happy WSU men’s basketball was on cable Saturday. That way I didn’t have to worry about watching it. Cox won’t have to worry about me signing up.
Those of us who like animals more than people certainly appreciated the story in The Eagle about the kitten saved from freezing. And there are millions of us who feel this way.
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