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Quickly, Oct. 2

The GOP is going all apoplectic over the White House security breach, but it’s more of the same old story: They want everything and want to pay for nothing. Because of their tea-party inspired budgeting, the Secret Service is understaffed by more than 500 employees. …

Quickly, Oct. 1

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Just like to thank the tall, older maintenance man at St. Mary Hospital for helping my mom. She told me she wished she was 20 years younger. To the person who doesn’t want to clean up after his dog, do us all a favor. Either …

Quickly, Sept. 30

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I have wondered for the past many, many years now why women have forgotten how to use their beautiful voices to actually sing a song. Why do they feel they must scream a song? I sure miss the likes of Dinah Shore. I can see …

Quickly, Sept. 29

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C’mon people, just because we had our first official day of fall doesn’t mean it’s OK to leave your dog in the car. Do we really need another lesson on how fast a car heats up parked in 80-degree sun? Faster than your 15 minutes. …

Quickly, Sept. 28

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Quip: 30 percent of illegal immigrants show up for hearings, 70 percent don’t. Retort: Let’s keep the 30 percent who seem to want to stay here and deport the 70 percent when they’re caught.  Welcome to Indiana, where you can see the real cost of …

Quickly, Sept. 27

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U.S. Immigration is reporting that 70 percent of illegals caught entering the U.S. did not report for hearings after the administration allowed them to be released. What’s really surprising is that 30 percent actually did. Our attorney general wants to approve a law to stop …

Quickly, Sept. 26

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Nothing will ever change with our selfish politicians until all of the selfish and lazy people return to the voting booth. You are as much the problem as they are. Don’t complain if you don’t make the effort to vote. There’s been serious garbage dumping …

Quickly, Sept. 25

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Where did the U.S. find the money for this ISIS operation? A Valparaiso man has been charged in the death of a 2-year-old Chesterton child. How many deaths are we going to have before women start protecting their children from these circumstances? Naturally, all those …

Quickly, Sept. 24

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The U.S. doesn’t do well with the refugee thing. We turned away the SS St. Louis with 900 Jews on board in 1939. We’re pretty good at the war thing, but the refugee thing is something else. As long as the Lake County Council is …

Quickly, Sept. 23

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To the doctor who charged $250,000 to sew up incision after back surgery: How does 8 to 10 years in jail sound? Politicians today are imbeciles. They have no self control. They do so many illegal and unethical things and can’t seem to stop themselves. …

Quickly, Sept. 22

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Yes, we are “so fortunate” to live in this Republican state. 48 percent of those working in Indiana’s private sector have no retirement plan at work. You can follow the powerful like sheep, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to let you into their “Rich …

Quickly, Sept. 21

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Congratulations to Devin Hester on his record-setting touchdown. Too bad he couldn’t have done it in a Bears uniform, but the Bears apparently wasted his talents trying to make a wide receiver out of him. He was more than worth his weight in gold as …

Quickly, Sept. 20

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Instead of telling GEO Group what should be done with the property they purchased maybe the Concerned Citizens of Hobart should have bought the property when it was available. To the people who were complaining about the funeral procession: This person lost his life protecting …

Quickly, Sept. 18

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Yes, those lying environmentalists have been telling us horror stories for years now. It’s a lucky thing we have groups like the “Coal Rollers” to set us straight on how cool it is to pollute the planet to death. We won’t see the worst of …

Quickly, Sept. 17

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Environmentalists have been busy for quite some time misinforming the public in a targeted assault against civilization & economic development, private property, and our way of life, under the guise of healing the planet and protecting future generations. A 10-year sentence is not nearly enough …

Quickly, Sept. 16

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To the family of fallen Merrillville Police Officer Nick Schultz, I would like to say thank you for choosing to donate his organs. Nick gave his life in service to his community and you have given him one more opportunity to do what he did …