CHARLESTON -- For some crusaders, the facts just don't matter -- they twist them out of recognition or don't even look.
CHARLESTON -- A recent article by the chairman of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce provided me with much food for personal reflection. My basic understanding of history and statistics then inspired me to further investigate a number of these articulated "facts."
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!
Romano CLARKSBURG -- Reading Judge John Yoder's recent guest column in The West Virginia Record reminded me why our country is so divided.