January 29, 2013
Readers' Voice: Jan. 30, 2013
When is a school going to be named for Booker T. Washington? He was the most noted educator to come from West Virginia and Kanawha County.
Anyone thinking about ordering one of the induction cook tops that you see on TV commercials had better check to see how much the S&P charges are first.
If I am having a private conversation about my disdain for the liberal way of thinking and you choose to interject your warped way of thinking, don't be surprised when I loudly chastise you and hand you your hat.
The person who said an assault rifle was not used to kill the 20 kids in Newtown was wrong. An assault rifle was used in all the deaths. Quit listening to right-wing nuts and do a little research.
The name for the new elementary school on Charleston's West Side on Edgewood Drive should be named for Carl "Dot" Young. He received his nickname at Robins Elementary when the two consolidated schools. He coached and taught at Stonewall Jackson High School. He was principal at Charleston High School and then was an assistant superintendent -- one of Kanawha County's great men and educators.
More city funds and now the united fund for painting interstate support pillars. This is ridiculous when we have drug dealers walking the streets, policemen getting injured. We need more police. We need more body armor. We definitely don't need paint on concrete pillars.
In the Jan. 28 edition of The Charleston Gazette on Page 3A there are three stabbings reported, all separate incidents. Are we now going to ban knives?
Instead of spending all that money making sure trees don't overgrow the power lines, utility companies should spend the money needed to bury the power lines so, in the future, we don't have storm-related power failures.
Why do most people who claim to be Christians voluntarily work on Sunday? I understand if your job requires you to work, but I don't understand people who say they're Christians mowing their lawns and things like that when the Bible plainly says not to work on Sunday. It's confusing.
Happy day for Phil Kabler, for showing us what the new attorney general is really here for. All the man has done is look for ways to trash Darrell McGraw. He has no interest in keeping the bills paid or protecting the consumer.