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Glazer: Look for Chiefs to Fade Away & This Week’s Picks

Last call, anyone? Game 16 for the Kansas City Chiefs is Sunday at Arrowhead against the Chargers. And even though KC lost its starting quarterback and the Chargers need just this win to make the playoffs, the Chiefs are a one … Continue reading

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Valentine: The Night Before

‘Twas the night before Christmas… And all through Crown Center The Shops were all closed and it felt just like winter The Mayor’s Tree was all lit in a holiday glow And the ice rink was empty, but ready to … Continue reading

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Valentine: Judging American History Out of Context

Americans do not approve of torture… That said, most of us are conflicted about “The Torture Report.” There are some big problems with it. First of all, it didn’t stop any of the torture. The techniques were abandoned years ago. Second, … Continue reading

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Calvin Sense: Down with Political Correctness, Let America Laugh

Senator Harry Reid is in trouble… Reid apologized for two jokes he made about Asians while speaking to a group of Asians. The jokes were: “I don’t think you’re smarter than anybody else, but you’ve convinced a lot of us you are” and “One problem … Continue reading

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Valentine: Cracking The Political Code

Words take on different meanings when politicians use them… Sometimes it’s a clever twist meant to put on a better face. Pro-Life sounds so much better than Anti-Abortion. And Pro-Choice sounds much better than Pro-Abortion. Sometimes the official words seem disconnected … Continue reading

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Valentine: Why Not Call It, The Seinfeld Election?

The talking heads love the Seinfeld comparison… It is hard to find issues in any of the campaign ads. They’re all  about nothing.  Over $4 billion spent on invisible issues. On the other hand, it’s easy to understand. Democrats have … Continue reading

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