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I woke up Wednesday morning and discovered the rest of the country had turned into Kansas.
So the Hunger Games have started.
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Maybe the election result can teach the GOP to nominate a true conservative and not someone the idiots in the news media want to see us run. No one saw this coming because no one listened to the electorate. We don’t want same old, same old anymore.
To me, the scariest thing about this election was the number of people who know Donald Trump is an abuser and a crook but voted for him anyway.
A college education is only as good as the available job market. Therefore, a Trump victory should be good for college graduates.
Those who voted for Trump will immediately and forever be despised by the rest of the world and, in time, by themselves.
Looking back, I think we lost when the corrupt Democratic National Committee crushed the Bernie Sanders movement.
Am I the only one who got a creepy Trump vibe from Kris Kobach calling the constitutional amendment for hunting and fishing “sexy and exciting”?
How did the party of Honest Abe come to be the purveyors of the most devious campaign materials?
Here is one of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails: “I think I’ll just have a quick bite, maybe a Big Mac, extra sauce, no onions. Bring it to my office.” Glad the FBI got to the bottom of this.
Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner should have their own reality show.
Leadership Wichita is nothing more than meaningless fluff for the participants’ resumes.
If all these LLC law firms have all that money to advertise on TV, then why are they exempt from paying state income taxes?
I’m quite sure that, after all the ads I’ve seen, I now have mesothelioma. I’m thinking I should contact those lawyers for compensation.
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