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Dear Editor: A surprisingly large number of West Virginians voted for a prison inmate in preference to our incumbent President during the May Primary Presidential election. Not so surprisingly, some immediately howled in protest about the embarrassment to the people … Read More
The dictionary defines the word nonpartisan as “objective, not taking sides,” but that’s not what most Democratic politicians mean when they use it.
Dear Editor: While Memorial Day is observed as a relaxing long weekend with family and friends, two events over the past weekend are reminders of the true meaning of this national salute to veterans who have sacrificed for our freedoms, … Read More
CHARLESTON — Administrative Law Judge Susan Biro has joined Administrative Law Judge Thomas McCarthy in dismissing a penalty petition because the Secretary of Labor failed to file the petition within 45 days of a timely contest of a proposed penalty assessment.
How did a patently unqualified person get his name on the ballot for our Democratic presidential primary and rack up so many votes? Granted, he’s the incumbent, but still …
HARPERS FERRY — All around West Virginia, people are asking: how can a felon run for president, but remain ineligible to vote?
Dear Editor: I am writing to correct misinformation which has been circulated in print and social media, relating to the appearance of a convicted felon, as a candidate for United States President, on the recent democratic primary ballot. I am … Read More
Made of silver or gold or other precious metals and sometimes adorned with charms, beads, and gems, ankle bracelets are a popular fashion accessory — and a perfect gift idea for Mom on Mother’s Day. For Dad on Father’s Day, … Read More
Dear Editor: Hoppy Kercheval, who so eloquently contributes on occasion to this newspaper, made some astute observations about U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin’s waffling on whether he is going to support President Obama this year. Manchin spent the April recess from … Read More
Al Armendariz described his approach to his job as Region 6 administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency, and perhaps, the general approach of the entire EPA as setting out to crucify a group of energy companies to pacify the industry.
WASHINGTON — You may have read some stories in recent days about a field hearing I held as Chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee.