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Finally, the election is over. I approve this message.
It is nice that we no longer have to sit through political commercials and can go back to seeing all those wonderful car and siding commercials.
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After watching all the monotonous, mean-spirited election ads, I decided to vote for Jerry O’Neal.
All 98 potential candidates for the 2020 presidential election can now begin their campaigns, so we can enjoy another four years of campaign ads and speeches.
I think Attorney General Loretta Lynch threatened FBI Director James Comey with his job if he chose to indict Hillary Clinton. There is no way they could have already reviewed 650,000 e-mails.
The Bush executive branch used a private Republican National Committee server and “lost” thousands of e-mails. Clinton has been the target of a 25-year witch hunt that has cost the taxpayers millions.
To those who don’t like daylight saving time, get over it. If global warming continues, that may be the only way we can tell when the seasons change.
When daylight saving time ends, I am trying to decide between spending what I have accumulated or holding on to it for a rainy day.
Thank you, Wichita, for scheduling the Veterans Day parade on the same day as the large craft show at Century II and closing all the streets.
Is the hotel in Goddard ever going to be built? Or is it Goddard’s version of Park City’s Wild West World? All they have to show is a road to nowhere.
When I was a farm kid, we had a couple of shotguns and a couple of rifles. We knew nobody was going to take those away. What has happened to this crazy world?
Someone please show me where Jesus states he supports the death penalty.
Wichita State and KU have two things in common: Both have a great basketball program and no football program.
Call me old-fashioned, but I prefer women with eyebrows made out of hair.
Why is it we don’t allow the kids to eat or drink in the living room when we spend $1,000 on new carpet, but in a $40,000 minivan, it’s anything goes?
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