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MORGANTOWN — The U.S. Constitution specifies that federal judges will be appointed by the President, subject to approval by the U.S. Senate. It is a partisan exercise; Republican Presidents appoint Republican judges and Democratic Presidents choose members of their own party to fill vacancies.
Dear Editor: Webster defines the world knowledge as understanding gained by actual experience. Delegate Jonathan Miller is maybe too young or for some other reason lucky enough never to have had any knowledge of or dealings with insurance company’s abuse. … Read More
CHARLESTON — Anytime a West Virginia business celebrates a groundbreaking or grand opening, it brings special meaning, because it is a sign of good opportunities to come.
CHARLESTON — Lobbyist and Democratic Party Chairman Nick Casey as a federal judge is the making of West Virginia’s next Mike Garrison.
By HOPPY KERCHEVAL MORGANTOWN — “I get it! I get it!” West Virginia Third District Congressman Nick Rahall repeated that to me near the end of our interview last week on Talkline. The veteran Democrat sounded exasperated and possibly even … Read More
INWOOD — Gov. Joe Manchin recently said in a newspaper article that we have only a choice between the current system and a government-run system.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia has become a popular destination for hunters from across the country, and wildlife associated recreation brings more than $750 million in our state each year.
NEW YORK — Eliminating defensive medicine could save upwards of $200 billion in health-care costs annually, according to estimates by the American Medical Association and others. The cure is a reliable medical malpractice system that patients, doctors and the general public can trust.
MORGANTOWN — What rights do home-schooled children have to participate in interscholastic sports in West Virginia public schools?
CHARLESTON — I was pleased to be a part of the West Virginia public service awards ceremony recently.