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Where is the compromise between right and wrong? Where is the compromise between good and evil?
John Kerry says that the U.S. will sign the U.N. Arms Treaty. That is a direct assault on the Second Amendment. Our country faces a determined enemy and it is us.
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The state of Kansas has been relegated to an educational and cultural backwater by the governor and Legislature. Maybe the judicial branch can help us retain our reputation. Oh, I forgot – the radical insurgents own it, too.
What a clown show we have in Topeka. First they have to extend the session and waste thousands of taxpayers’ dollars. Then they cut aid to higher education so Kansas will have fewer doctors and nurses. Finally, in the middle of the night when they think no one is watching, they raise our sales tax.
It seems our governor and his Legislature are attempting to force the disadvantaged, poor and disabled to self-deport.
Nice to see Beechcraft deliver its 4,000th Model 36 Bonanza. Would have been even nicer to see the company meet its pledge to fund the retirement checks of thousands of former employees who got it there.
Can the Koch brothers do nothing right in the opinion of some people? They employ thousands of Americans, many in Kansas. They support many good causes, including water-safety lessons for children at the downtown Y. They deserve thanks, not criticism.
Does the elite section seating at our River Festival bother anyone else? Can we all be equal, or at least feel we are, at the River Festival?
Thank you, Riverfest and Spirit AeroSystems, for bringing Mike Finnigan and the Phantom Blues Band back to Wichita. He introduced Wichita and thousands of baby boomers to R&B music. He is a Wichita icon. This show was as good as ever.
What’s missing at the River Festival are financial-institution booths at the food court, so people can get on-the-spot loans so they can afford to eat there.
Everyone hates to see crime at the Riverfest. But it is really impressive to see the Wichita Police Department Mounted Unit and its horses bravely rush into these dangerous situations, neutralize them and perform their duty after all the training.
Did you hear about the two birds sitting on a perch? One looked to the other and asked, “Do you smell fish?”