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Report: Paul Davis was at rural Kansas strip club raided by police in 1998

Wrong place, wrong time is a patented answer from politicians wanting to avoid an explanation. He wasnt simply representing this scumbag. I guess they were talking law between the lap dances. He wasn't simply meeting to discuss a case at the guys place of employment. He was partying with the guy and his strippers. Davis suggests he was simply doing business. He was certainly taking care of "his business"...!

September 21, 2014 at 11:11 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Report: Paul Davis was at rural Kansas strip club raided by police in 1998

At a strip club, in the middle of a lap dance, (exploiting women) when police raid the place when reported his client was dealing meth at the time Davis was at the business, during a time when SE Kansas was awash with Meth cookers and meth distributors. I for one would like to hear a bit more about the business and the personal relationship Paul Davis had/has with a meth dealer. I certainly understand an attorney representing a meth dealer and strip club owner, but it's a lot bigger deal when he is partying with him and his strippers while at the same time police are concerned enough that meth is being sold at that moment that they serve a seach warrant. Davis was no boy at the time, he was a practicing attorney. There is no relevance to him being single or married. Very troubling and an issue that needs a better explanation than "wrong place at the wrong time".

September 21, 2014 at 9:47 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Your turn: Koch ties to KU concern students

Frankly, we take issue with any private donor that seeks to do this, even if their interests were aligned with our personal beliefs. Our ultimate goal is to advocate for higher education

Interesting statement. Conservative and libertatrian views are under continued attack on universities across the nation. The left attacks free speech demanding universities not invite conservatives and libertarians to universities in attempts to silence their opinions. The problem with these progressives is they can't defend their ideas, so they demand schools to silence others. Lets get those evil Koch's on campus and hear what they have to say. Lets look at these two guys who have successfully built a Kansas company into a business that employees some 80,000 people world wide paying an average salary and benefits that exceed the national average. Bring it on kiddos.

September 21, 2014 at 8:58 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Lawrence group expects to oppose sales tax proposal for police headquarters

Salina blocked a new jail in the early 90's saving the community and taxpayers millions. Who owns the property. Remodel what we have. We don't need a new PD. The cost is just the building. There will be millions in hidden "security" costs they are not mentioning, take it to the bank.

September 17, 2014 at 7:31 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Letter: We’re to blame

Joe Blackford, please read your post, it bleeds white northern liberal elitist. You shared your knowledge and wisdom, an eagle scout, impressive, but you certainly know what's best for others. No rifles, no pistols, yet yours are safely locked away. Like most elitists you dazzle us with what others should and shouldn't have. It would be fun to sit down with someone with all this wisdom of what you think others can't have but you can. You bring your semi automatic rifle or shotgun to the local range and I'll bring my scary AR all black in color and you can explain to all of us why your rifle is safer, less deadly, mechanically identical and explain why in the end you can own your rifle but others can't. Sir you are the poster child of elitism. You can explain further some of the things that will keep me safe if only I don't posses it, eat it, drink it, or read it. Get back to Detroit and explain to the dozens and dozens of citizens mostly black who have defended their property and lives with hand guns, shot guns and rifles over the past year. Explain to them how they would have been better of with no gun and to wait on the police to come to their rescue. Tell them "how in reallity nobody should own a pistol or rifle. Such wisdom in deed.

September 3, 2014 at 11:15 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Letter: We’re to blame

I would encourage the white liberal elite to move to cities like Ferguson, Detroit, or South Chicago, and practice your community service and see how far you get asking the honest hard working citizens of those communities to give up their only means of self defense. Have a discussion with the police chief of Detroit about the wisdom of giving up your gun. A lot more innocent people die following the advice of people like those who write these letters that deny reality.

September 3, 2014 at 6:56 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Letter: Unsecured guns

I am far more concerned that your liquor cabinet is locked that the guns. I grew up with guns in the house but it was the booze me and my friends were interested in not dads guns.

September 3, 2014 at 6:42 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Brownback appoints former aide Stegall to Kansas Supreme Court

I met the judge in person, which is more than most anyone posting to this article can say. We did not promote right wing ideas or left wing ideas. But he did speak to the constitution and the rule of law. For some reason that seems to be disqualifying to many on the left. Why is that?

August 30, 2014 at 5:42 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Citizen's petition calls for smoking ban on Massachusetts Street

After a short investigation it's obvious that Michael is right he had tar in his hair, it also contained the traces of nicotine stained fingers......from the guy who dripped tar from the roof while doing some repairs. Case closed and Michael can safely walk down Mass with his fragile wife and child who seek their progressive utopian society.. Chelsea, you are ASSUME. Thanks for calling out Mike for coming into our city and making an ass of himself. Globs of tar, that's the problem with the likes of Michael, they make stuff up, it makes them feel important, kind of like a community organizer, a new cause, hope and change.

July 27, 2014 at 7:33 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Dole tries again to push U.N. disabilities treaty

In watching actions of the UN I wouldn't agree with Dole. I would love to see the UN move somewhere. Maybe Iran, or North Korea, the Gaza Strip, or one of those other democracy loving countries that promote American values. Dole needs to return home and have tea with Roberts at his home in Alexandria, Virginia.

July 27, 2014 at 4:46 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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