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One of Aesop’s best-loved fables is the story of the boy who cried wolf, a shepherd boy who relieves the tedium of his lonely job with false alarms. Read More
CHARLESTON — Military service has been important in the Mountain State because of our proud history of serving this country.
Rhode Islander Jack McConnell and his wife have contributed $700,000 to Democrat candidates and liberal organizations over the last three decades. Three members of the U.S. Senate committee considering his nomination for a federal judgeship are beneficiaries of that largesse. Read More
WASHINGTON — The United States must make job creation its number one priority. Unemployment is 9.9 percent, and millions more have stopped looking for work or are underemployed.
“I expect this will keep me busy for quite a while.” That’s the forecast of Ed Hill of the Charleston law firm of Hill Peterson Carper Bee & Deitzler, who’s working as counsel in three class-action complaints on behalf of … Read More
MORGANTOWN — State Sen. Mike Oliverio had to admit he was shocked.
It may be an occupational hazard. Since suing is what plaintiffs’ attorneys do, maybe over time it becomes a default position and they just can’t help themselves. While an ordinary person simply might ask for redress of a grievance or … Read More
CHARLESTON — May 10 marks the 50th Anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s primary election victory in West Virginia – a historic day in American presidential politics.