The 70-year-old who isn't afraid needs to realize times are changing. Unemployment, drugs, gambling, home invasions and mugging numbers are getting worse instead of better. Being armed in the event the unthinkable happens isn't being cowardly, it's called being prepared.
New estimates say that the Iraq war, when all is said and done, will cost $6.5 trillion. The people who started this war, based on nothing but lies, should be in prison.
Why is it that Republicans are always questioning the Americanism of those who think differently than they do? As a proud, native-born American, I would never question anyone's patriotism. I fear Republicans epitomize "do as I say, not as I do."
Congratulations to the Marshall baseball team on the 8-0 shutout of WVU. I do like the WVU coach's statement that there are only two Division I universities in the state, and it is a natural that they play each other. Hope he becomes athletic director and can put that statement to work in all sports.
The sad part to me is that most West Virginians believe that a ban on weapons of war, such as assault rifles and 30-round clips, would mean a ban on their squirrel guns. That is so untrue and so ignorant.
OK, I was watching the actual landing on the moon from the HBO documentary. They didn't land on the moon. It was all fake. There wasn't anybody landing on no moon.
What I like about the old congressmen and senators and everybody out of Washington, D.C., once they retire or die, they just soon fade away like a big stink.
Pepperoni rolls? If you have lived in this state any length of time whatsoever, you know the state food is pinto beans and corn bread and fried potatoes and creasy greens. Give me a break.
I wonder if Wayne LaPierre ever attended a funeral of someone who was killed by a gun.
These citizens that have threatened our lawmakers if they don't pass their HB2760 guns-gone-wild law are the best reasons ever for gun control.
Does anyone out there know if Kanawha County schoolchildren will be charged for their lunches next year?