As voters, sadly probably not that many, cast their ballots in today’s mid-term primary election, I offer a simple observation.
It is not designed to be an endorsement of any candidate or party. Merely just something to think about while in the voting booth.
In the past 6 years — even the past 14 years, which covers the terms of two presidents, one Republican and one Democrat — what have our elected officials in Washington accomplished to better our country, to provide the opportunities for individuals to improve their lives? Continue reading
The High Court seems to be consistent in defining corporations as individuals in their rulings against real people and allowing corporations to influence politics with unlimited cash donations, unfiltered, half-truthed and often downright false advertising. This decision doesn’t give power and individual freedoms back to the people, it provides an avenue of control by corporations over the people. I say this not as a conservative or liberal, but realizing that conservative and liberal corporations certainly will take advantage of the ruling.
Tune in to The Outdoor Guys Radio Show today, May 29, at 4 p.m. (CDT), on ESPN 1510 Kansas City.
Today’s guest is Steve Green, TopCat Fishing. When it comes to catfish, Steve Green knows of what he speaks. Steve and fellow catfishing expert John Trager will be presenting a seminar at Bass Pro Shops in Olathe this Saturday. Steve joins Ken Taylor and Brian Wright in the studio today to discuss the seminar and give listeners some tricks and tips for catching the biguns!
Also on the show today will be Chuck Kurtz talking about the upcoming 33rd Annual Free Olathe Kids Fishing Derby that will take place June 14 at Cedar Lake in Olathe.
The Outdoor Guys/ESPN 1510 Kansas City
Mid-afternoon Wednesday, I was sitting on the couch in my son’s home and next to me, as usual, was 4-year-old granddaughter Rylin, snuggling next to me while playing doctor and dentist on her tablet. Then she stretched out, putting her head on the pillow and her legs and feet across my lap.
“Tickle my feet,” she said.
And, of course, I obliged.
We talked about her day in school, about how she ate the rest of Mee-Moo’s (Grandma Terri’s) meatloaf for lunch, and then began playing a maze game. We took turns helping each other.
“We make a pretty good team,” I told her. Continue reading
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