Ken Collins

Ken Collins 3 weeks, 5 days ago on Brad Church: Tragedy awaits

You're right, Scott. I had a senior moment. A bit frustrated with 14 and the county. I've been driving it for 15 years and have seen very little improvement on such a busy road.

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Ken Collins 3 weeks, 5 days ago on Brad Church: Tragedy awaits

CR14 is the second busiest county road after 129. It's a beautiful drive from Moose's all the way to 131 south of Oak Creek. It takes courage sometimes to drive in bad weather. It was a cosmetic fix and mostly what happened is they just raised the road several inches and made it easier to drive faster. I see a lot of people that take 14 to south 131 rather than go thru the canyon. I think 14 is a bigger priority before any more work on 131. Stagecoach continues to grow and it's necessary to fix the road problem before tragedy happens.

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Ken Collins 1 month ago on Donald Ferry: Prop 105 truth

I am not a Biblical scholar but.....one is walking into a maze of arguments when one quotes the Bible to defend their view. Pretty much every side of almost every argument can be found. If you know the history of how and when and by whom the Bible was put together, you probably would decide another source might be a better choice. I would suggest reading "Misinterpreting Jesus" by Bart Ehrman, a foremost Bible scholar and theologian, who admits his faith was shaken after delving into the history of the Bible.

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Ken Collins 1 month ago on Gary Hofmeister: It starts at the top

Ken M----don't stop reading once you've found something that fits your narrative. Those WMDs were not the ones that we went to war for. Bush even admitted they were not. The NYT article was no better than anything from FOX.

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Ken Collins 1 month ago on Donald Ferry: Prop 105 truth

Two knucklehead responses. Put it on the label. No government agency needed. They put the ingredients on the label already.

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Ken Collins 1 month ago on Donald Ferry: Prop 105 truth

Where is the outrageous costs in adding to the label "This product has GMO ingredients"? Let the buyer/consumer then decide. That's all people are asking for. Don't try to FOX News us into fear.

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Ken Collins 1 month ago on Brodie Farquhar: History check

Ken Mauldin, I guess Jefferson thought slavery so immoral he fathered a child with one of his own slaves. As far as if it's not in the Constitution, it is illegitimate is wrong because there are a lot of things legal today that were not or could not have even been thought of in the late 18th C. And with some things, like the right to bear arms, it was inconceivable that our Founding Fathers would think that the killing of tens of thousands of citizens every year was going to happen. Would they have put that in if they had known? The C is a living document and that is why it is one of the greatest documents in the history of man.

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Ken Collins 1 month, 3 weeks ago on Ken Collins: Pay them by the hour

Mark, you forget one thing. So many of them lie as a profession that they can probably pass a detector test.

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Ken Collins 1 month, 4 weeks ago on Ken Collins: Pay them by the hour

Mark, I criticize the government but you still take issue with me. Even Fred somewhat agreed, something rare. Is there a zip code for the dark region, times zones to the right of middle, you reside in? And calling me Mr.? Is that supposed to show respect, that you don't have? I don't care if you respect me or not. You've called me an "idiot" and other names before. I've called for civility in these discussions to no avail, so your opinion of me is meaningless. I suppose it's difficult to watch your version of the world slip away. And your use of quotes is a bit overdone. And using the term "gubbamint" does not really enhance your argument.

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Ken Collins 2 months ago on David Moss: Response to EPA letter

To think that man can spew millions of tons of CO2 and other gases into the atmosphere every year and not think that has an effect is ridiculous. The oceans are huge, but we're polluting them and killing many ocean creatures, so why isn't it the same for the atmosphere? And to say that the warming will create more arable land to grow crops is a "head in the sand" statement. Look at what's happening in Texas and Ca.. Warmer but drier and they are losing crop land by thousands of acres. So we just move it north? Now we cut down our forests so we can grow more corn. That's working not so well in Brazil and Latin America. And while we're at it, we're fracking for oil/gas and using hundreds of millions of gallons of precious water that is needed for crops.
So we're polluting our water tables, yes we are, we're burning fossils, we're poisoning the air, we're using water to extract the fossil fuels. This M.O. can't last much longer without serious environmental and health risks.

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