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A momentary lapse April 16, 2014 at 10:45 a.m.

The rulings in this case were typical. What do you expect from a bunch of lawyers?
Does anyone believe that any of them would rule against one of their own?
Let a doctor, or plumber get exposed for practicing without a valid license, or even a person driving a car with an expired license and watch what happens. Lawyers make the laws then selectively enforce the ones they choose. Elected officials should be role models, not elitist bastards.

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They call it . . . Success! April 16, 2014 at 10:32 a.m.

This Obamacare crapola is just another step toward the fall of America as a nation.
26 year olds still on mommy and daddy's insurance plan when just a generation ago they were working parents building their American dream. Thanks to Obama and his inability to lead, this is what we get today. K.Sebelius was a poor choice just like so many others in this administration. Maybe Kansas can find something for her to do.

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Chief stands by decision to fire police officer April 14, 2014 at 10:32 a.m.

Hastings will show up somewhere in this state in law enforcement work...just not in the city of Little Rock. Maybe they could use him in the Cammack Village area where there has been a rash of car thefts.

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The real winner April 13, 2014 at 10:59 a.m.

Another JB attack on Republicans. This time he's declared the unknown, unopposed democrat the winner. What a waste of good newsprint.

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Absentee trainer Baffert left cherries on tree April 13, 2014 at 10:54 a.m.

Wally must have forgotten that Todd Pletcher wasn't in the Oaklawn crowd. Maybe he and Baffert were having a beer together in some far off place. There were two class act trainers at Oaklawn this weekend. Both deserve mentioning. Bill Mott shipped and saddled his Apple Blossom winner; D. Lucas did the same for his 'Cap winner. Rather than knock Baffert, how about praising trainers who showed up.

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Obama announces Sebelius resignation, successor April 12, 2014 at 8:53 a.m.

Send her back to Kansas on her broom, as Obama re-arranges the deck furniture on this "Titanic" of a boondoggle.

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Charges against Hastings dismissed before third trial April 7, 2014 at 1:08 p.m.

I'm not sure that Hastings should seek to get his job back. What I'm sure of is this 15 year old was not a child as his sister proclaimed. He was a thief, prowling around looking for some fast cash items in unlocked cars. Griffin was right. Bobby Moore's death was a tragedy....a tragedy that had it's birth somewhere other than the parking lot of an apartment complex.

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Diner assaults elderly couple after being asked to stop cussing, police say April 7, 2014 at 8:32 a.m.

I wonder if she was cursing into an Obama-phone with all those free minutes?
Maybe she should have been texting instead.

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Florida’s loss proves first UConn game no fluke April 6, 2014 at 10:02 a.m.

Now the cheatin' SOB from Ky will play for the national championship. This tournament is all about seeding, and over the years it has never been fair. One any given night, any team can be beat. Ky proved that in SEC play by losing to Arkansas twice. Bring on baseball and major thoroughbred racing.

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Death and the bishop April 6, 2014 at 9:21 a.m.

A visit to the Bishop's residence many years ago included a tour. On his nightstand next to his bed was a photograph of a young man. We asked who was this young man, and Bishop McDonald explained that he was the son of a young women, and unwed mother to be, whom a young priest had counseled into keeping her baby. The young priest was Bishop McDonald, and the young man in the photo was appropriately named Andrew. The right to life movement was a part of Bishop McDonald from very early in his priesthood, and even to the end of his life.
It would be a fitting tribute to his life if the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Sisters of the Poor.

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