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I’ll stop smoking when Americans stop being obese.
In the Caribbean over spring break, I saw two tattoos. It seems like 80 percent of people in Wichita have visible tattoos. Seeing people put graffiti all over their bodies saddens me. They are so insecure and starved for attention. The class divide widens as the poor just quit caring.
The “downtown rat hole” people talk so much about is what is bringing Wichita back to life. Until we start noticing that, this town risks dying. Stop expanding until we revitalize downtown.
Hey, Kansas drivers: State law says that when it is raining and you have your wipers on, you must also have your headlights on.
When is Congress going to fully fund NASA so that America can reclaim its leadership in space exploration?
I would much rather see this country led by a cowboy like George Bush who gives his word and stands by it than by an indecisive, perpetually campaigning politician from Chicago. I felt safe then. I don’t now.
The Obama administration refuses to enforce existing laws concerning illegal immigration. States are being forced to step up to the plate. The E-Verify system allows employers to check credentials of job applicants. While not a cure-all, it is a step away from the current horror of open borders.
Have you ever changed anyone’s party affiliation with verbal rhetoric? You can’t. Democrats are hardwired with empathy while Republicans are hardwired with fear and control. Save your breath.
Reducing the size of government will ensure fair and equal treatment under the law. Reducing the population will be an option. Shrinking the Bill of Rights will help things along. Yes or no?
An observation made recently by a respected reporter: No nation that has achieved the nuclear option has used it in the past 66 years. Good news for the peacekeepers of the world.
Abolishing the Kansas income tax would force thousands of people to suffer the loss of vital services and motivate them to vote against Republican legislators in the next election.
Angels named Jerry and Nancy saw my situation on a recent Monday night and got to work changing the tire and all that goes with it. This 80-year-old is very grateful. Blessings to both.