Comment history

Letter: Hate speech

NOW, you have a taste of what Virgil Peck speech did to other people when his comments were made at the State Capitol. People were offended, but that never mattered to many and you chose to write nothing about that incident.

I guess immigrants, don't count as people, which make you ignorant to the fact that people are people, dispite status and we all should be treated as One and Equal, no matter what!

Well, I believe Guth's insensitive comments were morbid and uncalled for.....Now you can feel the Sting, like others did when Virgil Peck made his offensive remarks at work and nothing was done about it!!

Guess..... turn around is fair play..........Justice prevails one day or another.......and Patience is my Virtue and your letter......... just made my Day! Cheers!

October 8, 2013 at 2:21 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

What is your biggest question about Obamacare?

I meant Bait and Switch....

October 5, 2013 at 2:51 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

What is your biggest question about Obamacare?

The Non-Profit Research $$$$$$ is going to flourish......and you are contributing. Thanks for Donating. ;-

October 5, 2013 at 2:49 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

More than 100 active, retired faculty, staff support Guth's "right of free speech"

How come when Virgil Peck made is comments, he wasn't fired. Just gave an apology. This is disparity and discrimination. Plus, Virgil Peck was at work. What kind of sabbatical did Virgil go on? What kind of reprimand did he receive? Was Virgil suspended or written up? No, he gave an apology for his offensive comments and back to work he went. All was forgotten. Darn it, this seems like Curvilinear Disparity to me. If your in the government its okay and justified, without any retribution. Well, that unfair treatment is definitely being protrayed.

October 5, 2013 at 2:34 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Brownback administration won't treat same-sex married couples the same for tax purposes

Great example of religious beliefs influencing basic human rights!

Religion is based on faith; Law is based on fact! The two need to be kept separated!

October 5, 2013 at 2:08 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

What is your biggest question about Obamacare?



The penalty increases each year, and is on a monthly basis.....so the government has a plan for you to definite sign up eventually. Older Salesmen.......call it the Bail and Switch routine. Looks like you all will get Reeled in.....lol

October 5, 2013 at 1:39 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

What is your biggest question about Obamacare?

The one great aspect of Obamacare or the ACA is that the Government is Cheap, relish Money, and like Control. So, with everyone signed up for Obamacare, I would bet they're going to be many, many cures for diseases such as; Cancer, Common colds, Aids, Blood Disease like, lupus, sjordens, leukemia, and, MS, Lou Gehrig, Diabetes, Creutzfeldt-Jakob, Polio, Flu, Autism, Mental Retardation, Asthma etc........just because they don't want everyone's bills. Also, it's a great monitoring devices for addictions......just keep that in mind, the government will know everything about you! But, try to look at the brighter side ,more scientific research and cures. Whoo-Hoo Cheers!

October 5, 2013 at 12:37 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

What is your biggest question about Obamacare?

Here is an great article about Garnishments.


If the individual was not eligible for either of those existing public programs, the regional-health care agency would enroll the individual into the lowest cost health-care plan available in that area. The lowest-cost option could be a new Medicare-like public option or a private insurance plan.

The newly covered individual would not only have access to health benefits but would also be responsible for making monthly payments with the help of a tax credit.

The exact size of the financial obligation would vary according to a person’s income (lower-income Americans would receive larger tax credits).

If a person did not meet his or her monthly financial obligation for a set period of time (perhaps a year, perhaps longer) the Edwards plan would empower the federal government to garnish an individual’s wages for purposes of collecting "back premiums with interest and collection costs."

The process, according to the Edwards campaign, would resemble the process used to collect money from Americans who are delinquent on federal student loans or child support payments.

The Edwards campaign has not put a dollar figure on the amount that would be garnished from wages because the cost of the lowest-priced plan in that region could vary and is not yet known.

October 5, 2013 at 12:21 p.m. ( | suggest removal )