Hey, every little bit helps, as the folks in Washington state are learning when it comes to cutting back on those folks who insist on taxpayers funding their every whim - OK, they're in prison, so it's not so much "whims" that are being discussed, but still, the Washington officials are finding ways to cut back.
It may come in an absolutely crystal clear spring morning, when the dew makes new grass look like it's diamond studded, and a song bird sings after a long, cold winter.
It seems like all our work is going for nothing, we work and work and get stabbed in the back for our efforts to make things better and then, out of nowhere, everything comes together and - success!
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More power to the Transformer Gallery, if it is fond of anti-Catholic "art." It's owners and supporters and fans and artists can take comfort that they live in a nation where they have the right to public expression.
Just when you are tempted to lose faith in the free enterprise system, there's a development like that affecting a cyber-terrorism website and you realize that there is still such a thing as economic justice.
"Nobody's sayin' you can't own a gun.
In just about every way possible, the American culture continues to tell young people that to (1) have fun, (2) be cool, (3)) act sophisticated, you need alcohol.
State officials say they are more ready to face severe winter weather than they have been in past years.
Well, they need to prosecute SOMEBODY!
There's an old observation that suggests women like to shop. Men like to buy. They don't want to look around, they just want to get it over with, which could be why so many men can explain "buyer's remorse."
Our grasp of the English language is faltering by the day.
Tomorrow night is the night, the official night.
Let's face it.
Amanda Knox is serving a 26-year prison term after she was convicted of murder and sexual assault in December. She has denied murdering Kercher, a 21-year-old Briton, and her appeal is set to begin Nov. 24. In the meantime, Knox has also been ordered by an Italian judge to stand trial on slander charges for claiming she was beaten by police when questioned in 2007 about her roommate's slaying.
The University of Kansas football program has reached Rock Chalk Bottom.
It's an issue that is an all to common part of Barton County Road and Bridge Director Dale Phillips' bi-weekly departmental update to the County Commission. Amongst the other activities is often listed the effort involved in replacing signs, particularly stop signs, destroyed by vandals.
According to the Associated Press, the Kansas Supreme Court has sent a lawsuit attempting to force Democrats to name a new U.S. Senate nominee for the November ballot to a district court.
The National Football League and its Commissioner Roger Goodell have been embroiled in a seething controversy since Sept. 8, when a video was released showing Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice slugging his then-fiancée in an elevator.
September is Farm Safety Month and this upcoming week is Farm Safety and Health Week. The observance is a program of the National Safety Council's National Education Center for Agricultural Safety.
The Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science (KAMS) was established by the Legislature in 2006, but like many good programs it is not well known to the general public.
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