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If the Legislature wants to stimulate the Kansas economy, it should leave the income tax alone and do away with the sales tax. People from all over the world would come to Kansas to buy and sell everything.
So the governor signed a letter of apology for segregation. When will he apologize for his religious-based hatred and discrimination toward gays and lesbians? We all know the answer.
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Many summer-school opportunities for struggling students have been eliminated by the harsh public education budget cuts over the past several years. How many classes could have been funded by the fortune that the Kansas Policy Institute paid to run ads urging further starvation of public education?
I am ashamed of our state for owning gambling casinos that prey upon people’s weaknesses and addiction to gambling. It is immoral.
Where is all the uproar over our activist governor and Legislature? Unbelievable. Send Sam Brownback back to the pulpit. Give me President Obama any day.
I have never said Obama was born in Kenya. I have, however, thought he’s turning this country into Kenya, one welfare check at a time.
“Forward”? Obama must have gotten that campaign slogan off a golf cart shift lever.
Youth unemployment is 51 percent in Greece and Spain, 30 percent in Ireland and 36 percent in Italy. Do we really want to become like socialist Europe? Obama’s policies are leading us in the same direction.
Mitt Romney’s high school days may have been years ago, but holding someone “different” down while forcibly cutting his hair is certainly something I’d remember.
The $1 million gift to the Orpheum Theatre came from the Willard and Jean Garvey Trust, and not from the unions. Things that make you go “hmmmm.”
Support our Wichita firefighters.
I would bet that nearly every flier using the Fair Fares subsidized program at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport owns an automobile for primary transportation. For most using the bus, it is their primary transportation.
For 2013, cut two overpaid and underworked Sedgwick County commissioners and an assistant county manager.
There is no excuse not to be courteous and polite, regardless of your gender or race.