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Despite false claims by liberals, the death penalty has proved an effective deterrent to violent crime. Clever and unscrupulous lawyers, however, have discovered loopholes, delaying executions of some very bad men. It’s time our Legislature put some teeth back into Kansas law.
Gov. Sam Brownback has made some terrible tax decisions for Kansas. Why bail him out by extending the sales tax? Let him reverse some of those bad decisions and bail out the state of Kansas.
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It’s amazing how gas prices in Wichita are 23 cents a gallon over the national average. On second thought, it’s not amazing; it’s price gouging.
Gas is 50 cents per gallon less in Orlando than in Wichita. An Internet search shows no oil refineries in Florida. Gee, I wonder who could be setting the prices in Wichita?
I’d love to go to the circus if it wasn’t downtown.
It’s a shame that someone passing through Wichita on U.S. 54 would have no idea about our wonderful Old Cowtown Museum experience. There is not one sign that lets people know it even exists.
Why do the TV weathermen constantly refer to counties when those county names are not on the maps they show on TV? Instead, you only see names of towns that we never hear of except during bad weather.
I am so tired of reading the remarks of people putting down Kansas and its people. If you cannot see the beauty in Kansas and appreciate the goodness of most people who live here, maybe the problem is your attitude.
Samuel Johnson supposedly said in 1775 that “patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.” I’m convinced that “racism” is the last refuge of a liberal scoundrel.
So we want tax reform? Let’s start by getting rid of the exemptions for all those so-called social-welfare outfits that hide behind the tax code to promote their blatantly political agendas. They caused the current stink about the IRS in the first place.
Only religious, public-service and charitable organizations that donate, say, 80 percent of their revenue should be tax-exempt. Public-interest and social-welfare groups should pay taxes. One person’s public interest is another person’s antagonizing ideology.
It was interesting that Eric Holder, from the most transparent administration ever, only wanted to meet with the national media “off the record.” They finally awoke from their love-drunk slumber and refused.
Way to go, Kansas City Royals – from first to last in record time. Home, sweet home.