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CHARLESTON – In yet another insult to personal responsibility, personal injury lawyers in Indiana are trying to bring a lawsuit accusing gun manufacturers of causing gun violence, even though the courts have consistently said gun manufacturers are not liable.
CHARLESTON — Finally, one of these companies has stood up to Darrell McGraw and the rest of these pack of hyenas otherwise known as liberal states Attorneys General.
Tax and spending reform can lead to greater economic success in our state. Our economy’s recovery will be stronger and quicker the more tax relief and spending discipline we exercise. Tax relief and spending discipline will also result in fuller, longer lasting economic growth. Read More
CHARLESTON — In today’s world, if an investment advisor told you that you can leverage your initial investment of $1 million with a return of an $3 million in gains guaranteed within a year and that you also will likely receive dividends of $1 million at the end of same year, you might check his credentials to see if his last name is “Madoff.”
CHARLESTON — Chief Justice Brent Benjamin has for months been caught in a vicious cross-fire on a battlefield that he did not choose, in a war he did not start, among combatants with goals that they are willing to sacrifice him to achieve. Read More
CHARLESTON – The Academy Awards are approaching, and it’s time for the 2009 list of award-nominated motion pictures with titles illustrating West Virginia’s broken lawsuit system.
BECKLEY — I get so tired of hearing how unfair our judicial system is here in West Virginia! I have made up my mind that you can not give businesses or the Republican Party enough reform to make them happy.
CHARLESTON — It’s a new day for West Virginia. The state Ethics Commission has a new director. Against the backdrop of pay-to-play antics in the governors’ offices of Illinois and New Mexico, the Mountain State can set a tone for conduct in public office as pure as the driven snow.