Involving the Congress in the Syria decision is like giving the control of the prison to the inmates.
Where did Syria get chemical weapons?
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I’m really bored with all the conflicts in the Middle East that we’re involved in. I think we should stomp on Central America and head on into South America for some real fun.
I was so proud to read about our “first black president’s” roots in Kansas (Aug. 26 Eagle). It just reminded me that Obama is equally black and white. Maybe we will have a president in the future who is mixed-race Hispanic and white. What proud days for our country.
How many of you people whining about the lines at the tag office are the same ones who cheer the idea of laying off government workers so you can save a few pennies of your precious tax dollars? You can’t have it both ways.
If anyone needs to be impeached, it is Gov. Sam Brownback. He pulled his dirty tricks out of his hat after the election. President Obama campaigned on universal health care and stuck to his guns. No post-election surprises.
If tornadoes were named, as are hurricanes, I had thought the first one should be named “Brownback.” However, I have changed my mind: It should be named “Kobach.” Thanks for making Kansas the laughingstock of the other 49 states. We needed the publicity.
A quick way to the demise of our republic would be to allow noncitizens to vote. Those on the left would be bringing people by the busload across the border to cast ballots if they could get away with it. No price is too high as long as they win elections.
All you have to do is make it a law that you need a photo ID and birth certificate to buy a lottery ticket or a pack of cigarettes. Voter ID problem solved.
Bigotry is not solely a flaw of the white race. “Rev. Al” Sharpton explodes with fury whenever a white (or near-white) kills a black. But when the shoe is on the other foot, he is the poster boy of bigotry.
The student rights movement was going strong during the Vietnam War era, and the U.S. Supreme Court drove a spike in the heart of school discipline. Public education has gone downhill ever since.
Now that Tim Tebow has been cut by the Patriots, the Kansas City Chiefs should give him an opportunity. After all, what’s to lose?