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A low-tech approach to medical records that requires patients to supply the same information repeatedly is likely the most costly Achilles’ heel our medical system has.
The city pumping water into the aquifer versus residents pumping it out – I’m betting on the citizens.
I see the state has found a way to save labor cutting the weeds along the highway: Just put up a sign that says “wildflowers.” I wonder if the city will let me put a wildflowers sign in my front yard.
Why are natural disasters called “acts of God” when they are surely acts of Satan?
If a Democrat should not buy Papa John’s pizza (May 10 Letters to the Editor), I guess a Republican should not buy a John Grisham book or see a George Clooney movie.
President Obama announces he’s now for same-sex marriage. He’ll do anything to keep the press from talking about the ways he has botched the economy.
If your marriage is threatened by gay marriages, you should be worried about your marriage, not gay marriages.
We now find out that Obama has been releasing detainees from a military prison in Afghanistan. He also has released Guantanamo detainees. Why would he do such things and endanger our people?
Hooray for Hillary Clinton. Finally – someone who realizes you can do your job without giving in to the unrealistic beauty standards in the USA.
I couldn’t believe how many were whining that they had to wait at the driver’s license office. Try going to the DMV in any big city and see how long you wait. Common sense should have told them it would be busy after being closed for a week.
Kansans can now carry secret six-shooters and legally gamble and smoke in state-owned facilities. And the state has crackpot legislators paranoid over communism, and treats women as second-class citizens. Let’s concentrate on the important issue – putting spittoons back in all public and private buildings.
Since the vertical middle states appear to be governing from the bottom up, I suggest that we finalize the effort by coming together as one big “Texokanekota.”
The author of a recently published book about life interviewed hundreds of elderly people. They all said the same thing: “Life is short.”
A few bad motorcyclists can put a bad taste in the mouths of car drivers, and vice versa.