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Personal injury attorney William H. Harding’s concept is simple: broaden the definition of “injury” to include minor mishaps and mere inconveniences. Read More
WASHINGTON — Last week’s announcement by Standard & Poor’s that it was cutting the outlook on our nation’s long-term rating from stable to negative for the first time in 70 years was a cold, hard reality check — we need to get our fiscal house in order sooner, rather than later, or suffer the consequences.
Testimonials are one of the best ways for marketers to drum up new business for themselves. Unpaid endorsements of products or services from satisfied customers can be very effective in generating additional demand. Read More
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. — Before I was appointed to this position a few months ago, I spent more than 20 years in the small business contracting community. In the short time I have been serving as Regional Administrator, one thing has become clear — this Administration is serious about expanding government contracting opportunities for small businesses.
In George Orwell’s novel “1984,” there is no history in any true sense because the government of Big Brother continually rewrites it to suit is own purposes — throwing inconvenient facts and documents down the memory hole. Read More
MORGANTOWN — School choice advocates won a significant victory recently in the U.S. Supreme Court.
In a 1980s advertising campaign for Vicks 44 cough medicine, soap opera stars Chris Robinson and, later, Peter Bergman, uttered the immortal phrase, “I’m not a doctor, but I play one on TV.”
CLARKSBURG — Steve Roberts and his West Virginia Chamber are at it again — bad mouthing West Virginia, hoping to scare legislators into eliminating more of our hard-earned rights.
Dear Editor: The “at best unreliable and at worst fraudulent” conduct of plaintiff lawyers cited in “Boeing Beats the Trial Bar” (Wall Street Journal, March 19) should finally spark a congressional investigation of the nation’s lawsuit industry. When three of … Read More