The State Police are expecting a record year for the number of marijuana plants they eradicate. Boy that makes me feel a lot safer!
If parents would supervise their teenagers, especially when they have friends at their house, tragedies could be avoided. Don't be an absentee parent!
If you've seen the video that was released of Romney admitting he doesn't care about 47 percent of the people in America, this includes most of the people in West Virginia. Everything he is going to do hurts West Virginia working-class and retirees and helps the corporations and the rich, but Shelley Moore Capito does the same thing.
In his Tuesday Gazette column, Ed Rabel claims that a terrible disease is spreading among West Virginia Democrats. He is not willing to admit that President Obama is a flawed president that lacked appropriate experience when he took office and has proven to be unable to govern in an effective manner. Mr. Rabel waits until his last sentence to tell us the cause of our terrible disease: We are racists.
Who are the 47 percent of Americans who don't pay federal income taxes? They are: active duty military, Social Security recipients, disabled Americans, survivors receiving life insurance policy payments and rich Republicans who hide their income in Swiss and Cayman Island bank accounts.
While nearly 47 percent of the country doesn't pay federal income taxes, as Mitt Romney complains, many of these folks do pay payroll, state, and local taxes. What's more, a lot of them are seniors, and most of them would never describe themselves as dependent on government even if they were.
When I think of the Fed I cannot help thinking of a Trojan horse.
Mitt Romney, my God. No matter how much you dislike Obama, this is not a man who should be president of the United States.
Who are the Friends of Coal? Not Willard Romney. Willard had his only elected position as governor of Massachusetts. In 2003 Gov. Romney stated that he opposed a new coal-fired power plant. He said, "I will not create jobs or hold jobs that kill people."
Many thanks to the Kanawha County sheriff's office and especially Deputy Brian Carper, who recovered our stolen four-wheeler on Sept. 18. Your work is appreciated more than you know! Thank you sir!