Any individual, business or the city itself watering grass the day after or within 14 days of just getting 2 inches-plus of rain is the very reason there should be a $1,000 fine. The National Whiners of America members need to understand that.
Are we going to have to put meters on our toilets and be fined if they’re flushed too often?
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I could tell the Wichita River Festival was getting ready to start because we were getting rain out the wazoo.
Build the Keystone XL pipeline and dump Venezuelaý.
Contrary to one reader’s belief, marriage is not a religious institution. A marriage license is granted by a civil institution. Religion only applies if the couple wishes to include it.
On Memorial Day a wreath was laid at the Tomb of the Unknowns, for soldiers whose identity we do not even know, by the president of the United States. And that is appropriate, because we do not really know who he is, either.
If you’re planning on using Obamacare for your health needs, you need a new plan.
First Sarah Palin left a political position. And now Michele Bachmann? Finally, they’ve both discovered how to best help our country.
It is clear to me that I could not work for the government. My memory is to short to remember all the lies they tell. The truth is so much easier to remember.
When leftists sided with the communists as America fought the war in Vietnam, it was suggested that they love it or leave it. They are still here. They have us on the wrong course. It is wrong to have an irresponsibly spending president. Despite him, we still love America.
Comparing Barack Obama to Richard Nixon is an insult to Nixon.
The only way we’re going to get real tax reform is to get completely rid of lobbyists, and that probably isn’t going to happen.
Rep. Marc Rhoades noted that the state helped fund golf tournaments in 2002 and 2006 (May 31 Letters to the Editor). Those were different times for Kansas, both economically and politically. We were still enjoying the fruits of the Clinton era, and the Legislature was more diverse, more inclined to the needs of Kansans.
If we are on Gov. Sam Brownback’s “glide path to zero,” we are headed for a big crack-up.
After a month and a half of really good baseball, it’s great to see the Kansas City Royals that we all know and love are back to their usual style of play.