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Name: Rick
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Hometown: Kansas
Home country: UsofA
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And I got a performer recumbent this last summer.

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Kanaas hillbilly morons still at it..

What don't these screwballs understand? Kohack lost his governor
run because people hate trumph and all the donnybots that lick
its shoes...Homeland security? An insult to americu...for such a self
serving dickhead to be placed in that position...

Kobach for Homeland Security? Petition wants Trump to nominate Kansas official

November 28, 2018 06:45 AM

Updated 6 hours 47 minutes ago

A new petition urges President Donald Trump to name Kris Kobach the next secretary of homeland security, after Kobach lost the race for Kansas governor earlier this month.

A WhiteHouse.gov petition created on Monday had gathered nearly 7,300 signatures as of Tuesday evening — with 100,000 needed by Dec. 26 to force the White House to respond.

“No one is more qualified to address the ongoing border crisis and to carry out the Trump Administration’s immigration agenda than Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach,” the petition says.

Kobach’s term as Kansas secretary of state will end in January. He has not yet announced his future plans after conceding defeat in the Nov. 6 general election to Democrat Laura Kelly.

Read more here: https://www.kansas.com/news/politics-government/article222278170.html#storylink=cpy

How about a year of community service..

within the hispanic community of kansaas..?

Nov. 21, 2018, at 5:17 p.m.

Court Clears Way for Grand Jury Probe of Kansas Official

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Supreme Court has cleared the way for a grand jury investigation of Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's handling of voter registrations before the 2016 election.

The Lawrence Journal-World reported the court late Tuesday denied Kobach's second request to review a June ruling of the Kansas Court of Appeals. The lower court had said Douglas County District Court must summon the grand jury to investigate.

A Lawrence man, Steven Davis, who gathered enough signatures to force the investigation contends Kobach's office didn't register some people who tried to register online or at state driver's license bureaus.

Kobach has called the allegations politically motivated.

Elections Director Bryan Caskey said the allegations stem from now fixed technical problems that occurred during the transfer of information between computer systems.


Is this on the up and up?

<laugh>...Have nothing on the background for this link..


Gotta say a thought for alex smith...

A positive thought for your complete recovery..


Has anyone used one of these?

No power requirements...just squeeze.
Can't find any reviews of this product..looks handy..


Have had thoughts about cashing in the funds...

Take the tax hit but perhaps a little peace of mind from trying to understand the market fluctuations over the last month..or so. Anyone else consider doing this?

Topeka Zoo provides look at 1-month-old tiger cubs, who have growing confidence, personalities

Oh, yeah! And life goes on...Pity they can't roam free..

Distinct personalities of the four tiger cubs born at the Topeka Zoo one month ago are starting to emerge, director Brendan Wiley said Thursday.

Jingga gave birth to three males and one female Oct. 15.

“They’re starting to really kind of look different and act different,” Wiley said. “Their personalities are starting to show up.”

Badar, who is named after the tiger ranger in southeast Asia whom the zoo supports, has a “big, tough guy attitude,” according to Wiley.

He described the female, Zayana, as “a little bossy.”

Kansa Raja has some of the prettiest markings on the sides of his face, Wiley said, while cub three, who was expected to be named Thursday afternoon, is the most laid back.

People are often caught off guard by the cubs’ development process.

“They’re not unlike kittens you may see at home, where it takes them a while to get their eyes open, then it takes them a while for them to really start being mobile,” Wiley said. “They’re just now kind of getting their legs under them. They’re just a lot of fun to see, the daily changes each day.”


The kids

The old man

This is what a Democratic leader is supposed the do...

And this reversal of the disastrous "experiment" by brownbutt...and all
the programs that suffered from lack of funding...This is what will need
to be done when cheetoz has its ass thrown out of the white house..
Either by mueller or the voters...Throw out the tax law that gave the
1% ers a trillion dollar payday..Throw out all the executive orders that
the traitor signed into law during its reign...


During the news conference at the Capitol, the Democrat said she wouldn’t be blinded by partisan loyalties when making appointments to the Cabinet and other key positions in the executive branch.

“It will be diverse, dynamic and highly skilled,” Kelly said. “People who know what they’re doing. Highly-skilled people will be our No. 1 choice. We need really top-notch managers.”
The Topeka state senator, who will be inaugurated in January, said she would issue an executive order soon after taking office to reverse decisions by Gov. Jeff Colyer and former Gov. Sam Brownback to withhold employment discrimination protection from gay, lesbian and transgender state workers. The job protection was established by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius in 2007, but removed by Brownback in 2015.
In terms of public education, Kelly said, the state would no longer “get by just doing the minimum. We will truly invest in our children’s future.” The state has been mired in years of school-finance litigation resulting in decisions by the Kansas Supreme Court to compel infusion of more than $500 million into public education.
Kelly said her administration would collaborate on a plan to expand eligibility for Medicaid to reach thousands of Kansans lacking access to health care. Brownback vetoed a Medicaid expansion bill, and Colyer opposed expansion efforts.
Complexities of repairing Brownback-era policy on health care, education, taxes, transportation, foster care, adoption, corrections and other areas would be a “long and challenging process,” she said.

Never ceases to amaze me.....

How red most of kansas is...same locations time after time...
And how hard it is to challenge conservatives at the poles..It
takes the county's with colleges and in this case, the state
capital to beat the republicans...time after time...


The house needs to challenge the constitutionality

of the trade wars..What was the reason?..endangerment to our nation security?
I wanna see documents from the rightwinger house minority leadership...
I wanna see pentagon and armed forces acknowledgments that americu
is being threatened..infiltrated and weakened by our trading partners...
I want people to stand in front of a committee and get asked hard, relevant questions about
trade imbalances..And if the Democrats decide its all smoke and mirrors
challenge it in the courts...

Givem something to do..
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