About the editorial on Tuesday’s opinion page, I agree all schools should list the top high school students in order of rank. They did the work, they need the recognition.
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Is there a law to prevent dirt bikes, three- and four-wheelers and so forth from being on the streets? I don’t think it’s safe for the kids and traffic is detained, also. I live in St. Joseph and I’ve called the proper authorities several times and nothing has been done here. Why can’t laws be enforced?
Somebody mentioned the money they wasted on this wild goose chase of this so-called Russian connection with Trump. And the caller is right.
I’m angry about Trump’s $16 billion bailout for farmers. I’ll tell you what I call it: A great example of farm bill socialism. It’s welfare for the rich paid for by the taxpayers. The rest of us don’t get socialism, but the farmers sure do, and the wealthy.
I’m not too concerned about the helmet law, whether they wear one or not. What I’m concerned about is how they pass an inspection with straight pipes when we got to have mufflers on our pickups and cars? You tell me, somebody give me the answer.
This didn’t have to happen with all the flooding that is going on at Heritage ball field or at the soccer fields on Riverside. The city had a chance to buy the property on Karnes Road. There was lots of property there to buy. If the city would have bought that property and used our head we could have saved a lot of money. And now look at us, here we are wet again for the second time in months.
Editor’s note: The city doesn’t own the soccer fields on Riverside Road.
Instead of relying on others to do the reading for you, please take the time to read the Mueller report. If you don’t have time or are not inclined to read the entire report (although I strongly advocate that you do) please at least read the summaries of both volumes one and two. You will be shocked and will understand why we should be taking steps to protect our elections from foreign interference and to start impeachment proceedings against the president.
I was just wondering if they’re going to put another $600,000 into the ball field down by the river? Or better yet, since it’s filled with sand now, why don’t we just save ourselves and make it a volleyball court? There you go.