Our country’s enemies, seeing the USA’s newfound weakness, no longer have to compete militarily with us but can bump us off with a few geeks.
The cyberattack on Sony is a warning to all who believe their information is safe. With all medical records now in data form, you have no secrets. The powers behind this movement to electronic health records say they did it for safety. They did it to make money and collect data.
I watched with a profound sadness as the news unfolded regarding the senseless murder of schoolchildren in Pakistan and had to wonder: Are we out of drones or guts?
Read my lips – no new Bush.
My health insurance was canceled thanks to Obamacare. I spent two months, and hours on the phone, and now have two policies. Obama has ruined the health insurance industry. Thank a Democrat for passing the ruination of our health care system.
It’s time to remind the right-wingers of the booming economies under both Presidents Obama and Clinton – low unemployment and declining deficits instead of record deficits, and booming stock markets instead of the crashes that both Bushes gave us.
I tried being conservative once, but having a heart and soul got in the way.
Why have great roads in Kansas if our total tax burden is so high that new business formation and expansion are retarded in the state? Farmers in other states make do with good roads.
Why haven’t we heard a peep from the so-called protesters over the fact that at least four police officers were murdered in one week?
The paper upon which The Eagle is printed is white; the ink is black. Most people I know are somewhere between these two extremes. Unless we choose to make them otherwise, our differences really are only skin-deep.
My heart goes out to the families of the slain officers. However, this us-against-them mindset of officers has to change. Respect goes both ways. Not holding the officers accountable for bad behavior is the root cause of many problems.
I have noticed that not only the media but even the leaders of the community refer to our police officers as “cops.” Where did the respect go for our men and women who try to keep us safe in our communities?
I want to thank the lady who stepped up and swiped her card for me at Aldi when I had an issue with my purchase. God bless her. I, and many others, will step up in this new year.
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