Well, I just finished reading the Bible and nowhere did I see a mention of the Boy Scouts or rock singers by the men who wrote the Bible. Any other strange suggestions?
If the coal mine industry ever told the governor and the Legislature to kiss their rear, that "boom" you would hear would be their knees hitting the floor at the Capitol.
In regard to Mr. Fisher's commentary on the proposed bike path along Kanawha Boulevard, as a avid cyclist, I agree it isn't money well spent to construct a mile-long bike path. Take the money and pave the entire length of Chesterfield Avenue in Kanawha City where cyclists ride, take a street sweeper and clean the emergency stopping lanes on both sides of MacCorkle Avenue from Marmet to Spring Hill where cyclists ride, and use the remaining funds for community education so there is mutual respect between cyclists and motor vehicle drivers.
Hopefully Delegate Skaff and company, in their effort to enact a West Virginia law that "nullifies" any national gun laws, know that they are only grandstanding to the faithful as unabashed panderers with full awareness that they are tethered by the U.S. Constitutional leash. Or we should pray for deliverance from politicians such as these.
Going to go out on a limb and guess that neither Tim Miley, Justin Marcum or any of the delegates live near a mine where they have to worry about their water being poisoned. This is the same bunch who think the mentally ill should be able to buy a gun whenever they want.
West Virginia workers' compensation law used to be, at least, an agreement between employer and employee that, as long as the employer covered all expenses associated with a workplace injury/accident, the employee would forfeit the right to sue. All of a sudden, I'm seeing all these lawyer ads on TV for workplace accident victims to sue employers. Did the law change because workers' comp insurance went private?
Those anti-gun radicals give real Democrats a bad name.
Our local buy swap and sell paper lists at least 10 guns for private sale including an AR15. Looks like anyone could buy these without a background check. Convicted felons need not worry in West Virginia.