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Outstanding! More power and all respect to the people of Haskell Indian Nations University and those presenting the pow-wow. This is such a positive contribution, not just to our local community but also to the entire country and our world.
Posted 23 February 2018, 10:54 p.m.
Well, sure--since we're already in an economic crisis, why not go ahead and use some of the revenues that we don't have anyway to contract with an outside agency to do a review? Sure, that's costly, but it beats the hell out of accountability, doesn't it?
Posted 17 February 2018, 8 p.m.
Makes sense, as sense is defined in the Kansas State Legislature. They're good at one thing, that's for sure--blaming victims. But they take it one better, and portray the victims as victimizers.
Yeah, not enough revenues, that's for sure. You might try lightening up with some of your policies so as to have a little better chance of attracting people to the state instead of driving them away by emulating the likes of Alabama.
That regressive sales tax that you gift-wrapped and sent special delivery to the common people of Kansas so they'd have some "skin in the game" as you call it--not too bright, especially when you've gone out of your way to skin them alive and pick their bones clean.
Maybe I'm being too harsh, though. Your "Don't Tread on Me" license plates might turn things around and create not just some big-time cash flow, but even a tidal wave that sweeps us all to a brighter future.
Posted 17 February 2018, 7:54 p.m.
All more than fitting, Michael. Let me add: "Kansas: We Kick You When You're Down."
Posted 17 February 2018, 7:43 p.m.
No, the first comment is not "spot on." No, we aren't going to start writing legislation because we feel bad for immigrants. Neither of you knows all the facts in this case, but you won't let that stop you from screaming for punishment. It is not an open-shut, cut and dried, "100% his fault case"--if it was, he'd be out of the country and we wouldn't be having this discussion. This is still a nation of laws, not people, no matter how much you'd like your opinions and frustrations to overrule said laws. You see the situation of Mr. Jamal as being a personal affront, but that's ridiculous. If anyone is letting their emotions run wild and cloud their thinking, it is you--all, 100% on you.
Posted 14 February 2018, 3:50 p.m.
Give 'em hell, Randi! Actually, the clueless clowns who object to what you say think it's hell, but it's the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Terrific, necessary letter, very smart alternative to the confederacy of dunces lined up against you.
Posted 13 February 2018, 9:42 p.m.
Thank you, Representative Jenkins and staff.
Posted 13 February 2018, 8:38 p.m.
Thank you for your smart, humane post MerriAnnie. You are headed in the right direction. And, surprisingly, so is Lynn Jenkins, who seems to be doing the right thing on behalf of Mr. Jamal and his family.
Posted 13 February 2018, 8:24 p.m.
Good. I like him, I like his resume, and we need more public servants like Rep. Cleaver.
Posted 13 February 2018, 3:57 p.m.
Oh, come on, these fine "people" read! They're always following InfoWars and Trumper's tweets!!
Posted 12 February 2018, 8:37 p.m.
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