During the Republican presidency of either Bush, I don't recall any miraculous plan to end public assistance. Any future candidate for Congress who supports eliminating public assistance is doomed from the onset because plenty of Republicans are on public assistance.
Cousin Mark Manchin, who also ran when Jorea Marple was appointed, is the state superintendent-in-waiting. Someone else may need to be named for an interim period.
If anybody would look at Shelley Moore Capito's voting record before they voted, she would be lucky to get 10 votes. She has never voted for anything that will help the retired or working class West Virginians. It is all about corporations and the rich.
As the probe of Massey Energy's handling of operations at the Upper Big Branch mine, resulting in the deaths of 29 miners, widens, we will see that these type of "Friends of Coal" mines, all non-union, put the lives of miners up against profits.
My daughter was getting ready to start her third year of nursing at MSU when it went in the tank. She has now applied to go to another college to try and salvage her career. The problem is, MSU won't release her transcripts until her student loans are paid.
I would vote to allow Texas to secede if they promise to take George W. Bush and Governor "I Forget" with them.
Coming soon, Rocky vs. Moore, Round 3. Senator Rockefeller better be ready to take off the kid gloves and fight dirty.
The West Virginia Turnpike commission should purchase a ton of signs stating: Keep to the right except to pass.
I've noticed that President Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder and prospective Secretary of State Susan Rice, who are all being attacked continuously by Republicans, have one thing in common: Their skin is brown.
Can anyone tell me where I can buy green Creme de Menthe?
Do not forget: Representative Capito voted against the Lilly Ledbetter Act, endorsed the legitimate rape definition and supported the Ryan budget, which would destroy Medicare and Social Security.
CAMC wants to borrow money for several projects. My suggestion would be to provide more parking for all of these offices and surgical facilities they are planning on.
I thought it was pretty funny a couple of days ago when the Gazette printed the vent about how immature so many women are these days, and it was right beside an article about a 34-year-old local woman getting arrested for throwing boots in the face of a store manager.
There's simply nothing to do but laugh at the people who are counting on Congress to make their future secure.If there is anyone who needs to be concerned about "reputation" in the firing of Ms. Marple, it should be the five members of the State Board of Education and their cronies who should look at themselves in the mirror and be concerned about a sullied reputation.