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I don't know who Joe Manchin's advisor is, but he better get a new one. He doesn't sound like he's making proper decisions on his own.
Gasoline was $1.50 a gallon when Bush took office. Remember, Bush and Cheney are oilmen.
As far as the libraries, I'm sorry to say this because I enjoy libraries, but in another 20 years, they'll be a white elephant, a thing of the past. You will have an expensive building with books and no patrons.
A recent letter to the Readers' Voice is shocking and saddening. They think we do not need public libraries because children have libraries in school. I got news for this person: Keep the public libraries for those of us who want to be informed.
I wanted you to know that President Kennedy visited Clendenin, West Virginia. I was 13 years old and I remember and I shook hands with him.
Hey Dana, Doc called and said he'd be happy to play an extra game this year since you won't be practicing for a bowl game.
The late Sen. Robert C. Byrd would excoriate today's Democratic senators in the United States Congress for eliminating the filibuster rule.
Yes, legalize marijuana. God made it freely. He put it there for people to get it and smoke it. Make it legal and stop putting all these people in jail for marijuana.
Ric Cavender, please put a grocery store up in the East End of Charleston instead of all those restaurants and that bird's nest up there on the corner of Ruffner Avenue.
I have trouble understanding why any women who can afford and be willing to get an abortion wouldn't rather prevent getting pregnant in the first place with something as easy to get as birth control pills. Easy and cheap. See a doctor.
To the reader who never met a Christian, perhaps you could try and be a true Christian in order to recognize that no one could ever be a perfect Christian in this life, but many of us try to do our best.