Some Kansas lawmakers are worried about those precious bodily fluids. The Kansas House's Health and Human Services Committee has on its agenda Monday a bill that would require cities to warn citizens if fluoride is added to drinking water. The measure, which declares fluoride dangerous, has been criticized by public health officials and the Kansas Dental Association, according to The Associated Press.When you are digging up policy punch lines used against you 50 years ago...you might be a Red State.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
"Boy the way Glenn Miller played..."
Because "those were the days" are still the "days" the modern Republican Party holds dear.