I get the feeling that our Republican lawmakers in Congress don't care how bad the sequester is for America as long as it makes Democrats look bad. The really sad part is that voters will elect the same bunch of bozos again.
The pawnshops only add to the drug problem. Credit cards are stolen (usually from family), gift cards are purchased and cashed at area pawn shops. No merchandise to track, and fast money for drug users.
Why would any WVU fan truly want to see this team in the NCAA tourney? This year's team should be like the "old soldier" and "just fade away."
Why watch sitcoms when we can read the Gazette? A man with a string of misdemeanors, driving erratically, without a license, fleeing arrest, now sues the State Police who stopped him? Nobody could make that up!
This is for all the so-called Christians out there that are going to support the Susan G. Komen race day coming up and remind you that they support Planned Parenthood, which supports abortion.
I hope everybody's happy. Our new attorney general, Morrisey, is bringing in a lawyer from D.C. and paying over $130,000 a year to do nothing. Way to go, West Virginia. You did it once again.
The price of gas on Feb. 17 is $3.75 in Pittsburgh, $3.99 at the Weston exit and $3.65 at the Burnsville exit. What is wrong with this picture?
Jeff Kessler and those politicians want to raise the taxes on gas again, huh? Here's a suggestion. Why don't all you politicians take a cut in pay?
Watch "Tomorrow's World" on WGN on Sunday mornings and pray that the new pope doesn't make everything break loose.
Yeah, whoever put in the Readers' Voice statement about the 81st Legislature -- "they look like a bunch of car salesmen" -- should not insult the car salesmen.
If we would outlaw lobbyists and also large contributions to candidates, especially from corporations, we may have a chance at a real democracy. Wouldn't that be awesome to have actual democracy in the U.S.? Because we sure don't have it now.
Boy, that Kessler's wanting to raise taxes on everything, isn't he? First it was 50 cents a pack on cigarettes and then 2 cents on a bottle of beer, and now he's wanting to raise taxes on gas. I think it's about time to get rid of him.
The liberal Gazette editors need to get out of their office more. I live in Madison, and this week three times when my wife and I went to Kroger, we met people in the parking lot wanting to sell us their food stamp card for cash so they could buy cigarettes.