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I am thankful that the rural post offices will remain open. Reducing hours will work as long as patrons get their mail. All the U.S. Postal Service wants is some of its money back that Congress has demanded for “future” retirements. Let the post office manage its own business.
With the upcoming defense cuts, Boeing would have been better off closing the St. Louis facility. Its culture is what ruined Boeing as most people remember it. When it was just Boeing, the company met delivery schedules and kept its promises to customers, congressmen and employees.
Here’s a way to address the city’s $1.4 million budget shortfall: Don’t spend $5 million on a parking garage. Make the ultrarich patrons who will get to stay at the Ambassador Hotel park on the street, like the property and small-business owners whose taxes are paying for the garage.
School bonds should not be voted as a package, but by line item.
In May 1861, North Carolina proved it didn’t want liberty and equality for everyone. It’s now 151 years later. What has changed?
I assume that President Obama will now support polygamy among adults, if they so choose such a marriage.
Do you seriously believe that God will harshly judge someone for loving a person of the same sex but will not judge you for hating someone you have never met?
I don’t believe in homosexual marriage or civil unions. I really resent being disparaged as hating or fearing homosexuals because of this view. I’m neither homophobic nor homophilic.
If Obama is so bad, why is Mitt Romney taking credit for all of Obama’s successes? Romney is such a fake.
So a Democrat evolves but a Republican flip-flops?
If you haven’t read the entire Affordable Care Act, you probably shouldn’t be voting in the next election.
The president finally decides to investigate whether unjustified, unsupported speculation has contributed to the high price of oil, in the face of a “high supply and low demand” market. Before he could get started, the price of crude oil took a sudden dive. Makes you wonder.
Gov. Sam Brownback seems determined to run the Kansas economy into the ditch, just as President Bush did the U.S. economy. If so, Brownback won’t get very far the next time he runs for president.
Now half the companies in Kansas will rearrange themselves into LLCs, Subchapter S corporations and sole proprietorships to duck taxes. When these “job creators” create few (if any) jobs, I pray the services that are cut because of lost revenue will adversely affect those who voted for Brownback.
The reason God made dogs is that he wanted to make something good after he failed on humans.