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It’s amazing how many self-professed dog lovers don’t care for them around Fourth of July fireworks.
This fireworks onslaught every year is totally asinine, and causes so many people so much distress. Anybody who says otherwise is a damned fool.
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To the low-life scumbag who stole two antique crocks and an antique wagon wheel from my front porch recently: your rewards are waiting for you in hell.
If I set off fireworks in Dillons or Walmart parking lots, are they responsible? Why would a landlord be responsible for the actions of their tenants? The ordinance is unenforceable.
I’m 60 and voted Republican 90 percent of the time. This time I’ll cast my vote for any candidate that has the courage to legalize marijuana. I don’t see myself voting for any Republican.
Davis Merritt’s commentary on the next Supreme Court nominee clearly indicates that he defines the word “courage” as agreement with his opinions. Can’t the Eagle afford to buy him a decent dictionary?
Got news for you, Mr. Merritt. Donald Trump is the president and he can nominate anyone he chooses for the Supreme Court. If you don’t like his choice, that’s just too bad. Your side shouldn’t have lost.
One Wichita police officer now knows what it’s like to be innocent and shot in your own home.
I’m disappointed in the closing survey questions at ProjectWichita.org. I don’t mind giving my race, income and zip code, but there are only two genders, male and female. I didn’t appreciate the fill-in-the-blank third choice.
The survival of our planet is in the hands of Mike Pompeo. No matter what I’ve thought of him in the past, I’m behind him 100 percent now.
Would the liberals and Democrats for open borders please tell me where the forest of money trees is planted?
Growing up in Wichita, my family used the train to go to Oklahoma frequently; to visit family, the OKC zoo, shopping. It would be great if we had that service again. It surely would benefit Wichita.
In the words of the most divisive president ever, “Elections have consequences.”
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