It’s a good thing everyone carries a gun in Waco. Otherwise, someone might have been hurt.
If you have a business selling alcohol and you openly court the “1 percent” motorcycle gangs, what would you expect to happen?
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If motorcycle gang bikers are hell-bent on exercising their Second Amendment “rights,” they should find an empty field with no innocent people within a couple miles, then blast away.
How long will Kansas lawmakers allow TSA to continue taking guns away from law-abiding Kansas citizens?
Dog attacks on postal carriers? Give all carriers a gun and allow them to shoot the dog if it attacks. One less pit bull is fine with me. Also, why aren’t the owners of the dogs who attack held more responsible for them getting loose to begin with?
Baltimore is a top five district in the nation for spending per student. It overwhelmingly spent for the children, and look what its children have become. Money doesn’t fix the problem. Effective families fix the problem.
Hillary Clinton is just another socialist who believes she knows how the free market should function. There is absolutely nothing wrong with a CEO making millions of dollars. If there weren’t such things to strive for, there’d only be mediocrity to strive for.
So Obama blames global warming for terrorism. How far off the left edge can a fruitcake fall? How did this nut ever get elected – twice?
Obama fiddles with global warming and climate change while ISIS is burning the Mideast.
Kansas should do whatever it takes to get a Tesla factory here. Everything CEO Elon Musk is doing is cutting-edge and will likely change the future. I would much rather have Kansas referred to as the innovation capital of the world instead of the Air Capital.
I know a governor who neglected his tires and is now driving on his rims. The new Kansas motto should be, “Dreams die hard, and then it’s too late.”
Democracy is broken in Kansas.
Individuals receiving government welfare are viewed as lazy, dependent people who have to be regulated not to spend it on wasteful things. Businesses are viewed as trustworthy and deserving of every bit of welfare they can be given, even without proof they are doing the desired things with it.
To the 25 to 30 percent of clueless Kansans: Wipers on, headlights on. Not only is it common sense, it’s state law.
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