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Tomorrow is Derby Day in Louisville – time to mix up a batch of mint juleps, get comfortable in front of a big-screen TV, and watch the best horses in America run for the roses. Read More
Dear Editor: Recently, the West Virginia State Board of Education approved a resolution proposed by the Preston County School Board that will exclude all local open-shop construction workers from working on school projects in the county. The 19 point measure … Read More
MORGANTOWN — The political punditry is working overtime trying to define the Tea Party movement. Much of the analysis reflects the perspective of the pundit as opposed to the true nature of the campaign.
Count Dracula never could live in Florida, not even in retirement. There’s too much sunshine there, literally and figuratively. Read More
WASHINGTON — As policymakers consider ways to put Americans back to work, they should keep this simple formula in mind: more lawsuits equals less job growth.
There are benefits for the guy at the top that just aren’t available to the people below. As Louis XVI (Mel Brooks) says in History of the World, Part I, “It’s good to be the king!” Read More
By JOE MANCHIN The last week or so has been an incredibly trying time for West Virginia. The eyes of the nation have been on us and, through incredible tragedy, we have been strong. I’ve never felt so proud to … Read More
One of the nice things about spring is that you can finally open the windows, turn off the heat, and save a few bucks on your utility bill. Read More
HUNTINGTON — The United States Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform has released its 2010 report on the legal climate of all 50 states, and once again West Virginia rates dead last on every single measurement criteria.
Dear Editor: You know I voted for Mr. Ketchum on the basis of what I though his ideology was. But after reading his dissenting opinion comments I wondered, speaking of opinions, if I had made the right decision about him. … Read More
Dear Editor: The attorneys general of two of our neighboring states, Pennsylvania and Virginia, as well as at least 12 other states’ attorneys, have filed suit to challenge the constitutionality of the disingenuously titled Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. … Read More
At times, we wondered how long it would be before a state Supreme Court justice would denounce the predatory practices of some plaintiff attorneys, finally acknowledging the devastating impact of flimsy lawsuits that have overburdened our court system and done grievous harm to our faltering economy. Read More