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Maybe if Sen. Manchin could get those kids on "Buckwild" a bogus MBA and use his influence or money to get them a CEO job at a major corporation, they wouldn't have to embarrass themselves and him.
I don't know where The Charleston Gazette is getting their information. I have yet to talk to an NRA person that is for more gun control. They're evidently getting their information from Charles Schumer.
Will the person who left the zebra-striped shoes in Kanawha City please call 304-925-1074? You evidently left them at the wrong house.
With the re-election of Barack Obama, it looks like the United States has changed from a country of makers and producers to one of takers and moochers. How sad.
Shelley Moore Capito signed Grover Norquist's anti-tax pledge as a special-interest group.
Those who oppose people having guns, they do have an alternative. They can pack up and go to England. Seems as though that's where they belong.
The picture of Jesus that is hanging on a wall in a Jackson County, Ohio, school is causing a lot of controversy from a group out of state. They should butt out.
This is for the person who wrote in to the paper that they paid to help President Obama get re-elected. You paid to support Obama because you are one of the beneficiaries of government handouts. I paid to give you your free lunch.
There were three great Americans whose obituary was in the paper this week. RIP and thank you so much for your service!
Of course the NRA was disappointed in the meeting with Vice President Joe Biden at the White House. The only way they would have been pleased would have been if Biden had said the only way to stop mass shootings is to give everybody in America a gun, unlimited ammo and a license to kill.
The new attorney general is fooling no one. Everyone knows that he was paid for by coal! So stop worrying about a few trinkets and cut to the chase. Pollute our air and make coal mining even more hazardous to the miners' health.