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The recent troubles of the airplane industry provide a true opportunity for Wichita to become a new 21st-century Air Capital by shifting toward being the leading U.S. manufacturer of wind-farm turbines. Not a bad tribute to our state’s name, too – becoming people of the south wind.
For the Kentucky Derby, TV had three hours of hype for a two-minute race. It makes one wonder what TV would do if it received advance notice of the Second Coming.
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Now that Cinco de Mayo is behind us, why would any U.S. citizen want to celebrate Mexico’s victory over the French in 1862?
Get “true believer” elected governor. Check. Dominate House with extremist conservatism. Check. Urge GOP candidates for Senate to publicly declare allegiance to chamber’s Republican leadership after the November election. Check. Eliminate bipartisanship and compromise in Kansas for the good of a select few. Next?
Obviously, if the Legislature stops taxing “S” corporations, before long every corporation will be an “S” corporation. How dumb.
The Republicans in Congress remind me of the kid I knew years ago who took his ball and went home when he didn’t get his way.
The Sunday Eagle said the president gave two speeches in Ohio “officially” kicking off his re-election campaign. I assume that was supposed to be a joke, since his re-election campaign kicked off three years ago.
President Obama had as much to do with the killing of Osama bin Laden as Al Gore had to do with inventing the Internet.
No, it was not Adm. William McRaven who made the call to proceed with the raid that killed bin Laden. It was the commander in chief, President Obama, who gave the final “go.” And the president has hardly taken all the credit. He has repeatedly lauded everyone involved.
If my neighbors don’t start muzzling their dogs at night, I’m going to have to borrow Obama’s dog recipe.
Hey, I understand why Ted Nugent is so hot under the collar. I’d be mad, too, if I’d had to sing “Cat Scratch Fever” 300 times a year for the past 35 years.
We really enjoyed WSU Contemporary Dance Theatre’s concert at the Orpheum of pieces to be performed on an Italian tour. We did not enjoy the child who was fussy and talking throughout the performance. When will adults learn there are places you do not take small children and pets?