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CHARLESTON — It’s no surprise that the newest leader of West Virginia’s personal injury bar, Michael J. Romano, thinks our state’s legal climate is fine as is. However, it was quite interesting to read Mr. Romano’s recent guest column on what really hurts West Virginia’s job prospects — too many mountains!
Dear Editor: This weekend, around the country, we are celebrating Labor Day and saying goodbye to our long summer days. While we all understand that Labor Day is a time to celebrate the American worker, this year’s holiday has taken … Read More
A popular bumper sticker years back challenged the pesky know-it-all: “If you’re so smart, why ain’t you rich?” Read More
CLARKSBURG — Reading Judge John Yoder’s recent guest column in The West Virginia Record reminded me why our country is so divided.
Long before the outbreak of the Cold War, Lenin bragged that the West would sell him the rope he would use to hang us. Read More
In the current economic slump, jobs probably matter more to the State of West Virginia than anything else. It is therefore understandable that a lot of rhetoric is expended on legislative policies to encourage job creation, at both the state and federal level.
Dear Editor: Any discussion about the state of West Virginia’s proposed financial participation in The Greenbrier Classic needs to be viewed as an investment in our state’s future. We have much of which to be proud in our great state … Read More
Remember the story of the little red hen? All the other farm animals were eager to accept a piece of the bread she’d made, but not one had been willing to help her make it.
CHARLESTON — The goal of last month’s special session on education was to produce meaningful reform.
Disasters are inherently confusing –- always while they’re happening, usually afterward as well. Read More