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Before a judge and jury can accept the testimony of an expert witness, they have to know who that person is. Read More
CHALRESTON — Working closely with the Legislature and its leaders, we have addressed the tough issues that have long hindered our economic progress and achieved the kind of results that many thought would be impossible to accomplish, even if given a lifetime.
Rabid environmentalists and EPA apparatchiks created the dioxin bogeyman 30 years ago, and it’s been on the world’s most expensive life-support system ever since. Read More
CHARLESTON — While much of the media attention on energy issues over the past months has been focused on congressional action related to the cap-and-trade tax, an even more pressing and dire situation is pending that affects domestic energy and coal mining jobs.
They say hindsight’s 20/20, but can it be blind. Read More
CHARLESTON — A sustainable future in energy is perhaps one of the most-desired goals for our state and nation.
A drunk is charged with falling asleep while smoking in bed and setting his apartment building on fire. In court, he insists that it wasn’t really his fault. “But, judge,” he protests, “the bed was already on fire when I lay down in it.” Read More
CHARLESTON — A few weeks ago, the West Virginia Independent Judicial Reform Commission met for the first time.