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Opinion Line (July 3)

Hobby Lobby will continue to provide 16 of the 20 forms of contraception required under Obamacare. If 16 forms of contraception are not enough for you, maybe you need a large daily dose of self-restraint.

Opinion Line Extra (July 3)

Would someone explain to me how shooting off millions of wasted dollars on fireworks on July 4 is patriotic? All fireworks are made in China, which gets a big boost to its economy.

Opinion Line (July 2)

Wow – great decisions in the past two weeks by the Supreme Court. The do-gooder Obama pundits must be lined up at the top of the cliff.

Opinion Line Extra (July 2)

Wichita police officers: When you have your windshield wipers on, you must have your headlights on. This is the state law since 2006.

Opinion Line Extra (July 1)

I’d like to thank my boss, Gov. Sam Brownback, for the generous, and promised, $250 employee bonus. That amounts to 1 1/4 cents for every hour I worked for him last year. No respect for educators and no respect for state employees equals no support in November.

Opinion Line (July 1)

The conflict between abortion advocates and right-to-life folks is beginning to resemble the conflict between the Shiites and Sunnis.

Opinion Line Extra (June 30)

I don’t get it. You don’t have money to feed your kids breakfast and lunch during the school year. You don’t have money to pay for their meals during summer vacation. However, I see you in line buying fireworks. You all of a sudden have money for that?

Opinion Line (June 30)

An “at-will” employee can be called in and dismissed without review or explanation. Teachers are not at-will employees. They are professionals working under a contract. It is illegal for teachers to strike in the state of Kansas. They need due process. This is reality, not whining.

Opinion Line (June 29)

If you don’t like the scandal in the White House, check back tomorrow.

Opinion Line (June 28)

I remember when the U.S. sent a few “advisers” to Vietnam.

Opinion Line (June 27)

Everyone talks about bad bosses. Where’s all the talk about bad employees? The ones who feel entitled, the slackers, the ones who let others do the work, the ones who take too many cigarette breaks, etc. Let’s even the field regarding bad bosses versus bad employees.

Opinion Line Extra (June 27)

WSU president John Bardo needs to wake up and smell the fact that it is not a good thing to have fewer parking spots in the middle of campus due to plopping a new building right in the middle of it.

Opinion Line (June 26)

The Second Amendment’s right to keep and bear arms doesn’t restrict us to flintlocks any more than the First Amendment’s freedom of speech only applies to writings with a quill pen on parchment.

Opinion Line Extra (June 26)

I guess Iraq needed a harsh dictator in Saddam Hussein to keep everyone in line.

Opinion Line (June 25)

I simply cannot decide if the bigger fools are the majority of the politicians in Topeka or the people who elected them.

Opinion Line Extra (June 25)

If ancient astronauts really did visit this planet in the distant past, and bestow upon the barbaric and ignorant inhabitants the idea of gods and the worship thereof, I wish they would come back and clean up the mess they created.

Opinion Line (June 24)

It’s almost comical that we would send 300 “advisers” to Iraq. To advise them about what? We can’t even get our own house in order, but we’re going to go tell them what to do?

Opinion Line Extra (June 24)

I watched President Obama award a young, grievously wounded Marine lance corporal the Medal of Honor for throwing himself onto a grenade to shield a comrade. I only wish the president had shown more respect for the Marine and the medal by ensuring it hung correctly around the neck while being clasped.

Opinion Line (June 23)

I suppose it’s possible the farsighted Founding Fathers anticipated the need for men (not slaves, Native Americans or women) to have the right to carry fully automatic flintlock weapons.

Opinion Line Extra (June 23)

Barack Obama is the Neville Chamberlain of our time. My heartfelt apologies go to both the free world and struggling Third World governments.

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