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Why in the world would the politicians even think about increasing the gas tax? We're paying enough for gas. We don't need to be paying more taxes on it, and it's going to affect the people who need the money the most: the working people.
I would like to know if the cab company closed, because they never answer the phone anymore.
The Democratic activist professor demanding of his students to write Jesus' name on paper then stomp on it, I guess, is the liberals' idea of acknowledging the Easter season.
It's great to be able to read Ed Rabel's comments in the Gazette. Please keep them coming.
Hoping that the bill passes that requires school administrators to serve as substitute teachers.
How could Peabody and Arch Coal do the coal miners like that? Set up to fail, and now they won't give the hard workers that worked decades there deserved their benefits for health care and pension. You know what? Maybe Arch Coal and Peabody Coal will have to pay for this.
The fundamentalist who quoted the Bible on banning women preachers doesn't remember that it was written in patriarchal times and for specific situations. Phoebe and Deborah are mentioned as prophets, and Jesus empowered the woman at the well and at the resurrection.
The presidency has changed. We have become accustomed to elements of a security state with massive surveillance and executive authority without judicial oversight. We appear to have grown tired of the republic and traded it for promises of security from a shining political personality.
I agree with Ed Rabel. Here in the Clarksburg market, we are subjected to 4 1/2 hours of regurgitated local drivel every day. Little of it is actually news. That's why I watch HGTV and reruns on USA.
People who support the Democratic Party because of things the party did 50 to 75 years ago need to do some research. The party has changed. The Democrats from the past are rolling in their graves over what the modern party has become.