Considering the events in France and other countries recently, do you bleeding hearts out there still think that it isn’t OK to squeeze information out of suspected terrorists by whatever means necessary?
Does anyone truly believe that the United States alone, much less a combined effort of civilized nations, couldn’t eradicate ISIS? Clearly, the one and only thing lacking is a commander in chief who has the desire to defeat these vermin.
Why aren’t there more women in elected office? We don’t have time. Kids, jobs, spouse, keeping a home, making sure everyone gets where they need to be and, somewhere in there, sleep. It amazes me there are women in elected office at all.
Let’s build a new library, then see if we have enough money left over to fix the water pipes to let it have drinking fountains. If not, let’s buy some water from somewhere else like Mexico or China. Maybe we should hire a consultant to advise us on it.
It’s simple: Pray in silence when possible; no need to make a show of it. On the flip side, try giving a little space to anyone praying.
We are being run by a bunch of theocratic gunslinging taxaphobes, and it’s not a glide path to zero for Kansas. It’s much steeper.
I just love my new bumper sticker: “The sun is shining in Kansassippi.”
The fact that the government would fine people for not buying something – something that is a nicety of personal affordability – shows that we are a nation of criminal leaders and willful moochers and America no longer.
I say that we let liberals enact all the policies they want for a few years. That way we can watch them utterly and completely fail, and they will have no excuse. Then we can get back to what made this country great – the free market.
When will we realize that “free markets” are only a license for the 1 percent to steal?
Middle- and lower-class wealth are the ballast that stabilizes our economic ship. Allow too much wealth to rise to the 1 percent sunning themselves on the upper decks, and we risk capsizing our economy and sending it to the deepest of depths.
A few years ago, Kansas leaders worked tirelessly for tanker contracts with Boeing only to be left with no jobs and empty factories. Why do our politicians expect a better outcome from a Canadian oil producer?
One commercial states that 83 percent of Americans “try to eat healthy.” Another commercial states that 63 percent of Americans are obese or overweight. Sounds like “eating healthy” isn’t working out.
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