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Sunday was the 80th anniversary of the beginning of the U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps. ... Isn't it time to put the unemployed back to work under a new CCC rather than have them do nothing to get a check from the feds (U.S. taxpayers)?
I am interested in becoming a funeral director. Instead of leaving the state how come the state does not have a school to become a funeral director or a mortician. ... The state of Pennsylvania will accept anyone and that is too far to travel.
I see where our illustrious attorney general is one of 13 Republican attorneys general to sign letters advocating denial of coverage of contraceptives to women through some health insurance plans. Good grief! That's all West Virginia needs.
If grocery costs rose like health care, you'd be paying $55 for a dozen eggs, $134 for a dozen oranges, $48 for a gallon of milk and we haven't even felt the full effects of Obamacare yet.
The Patriot families want to know who's next to lose their benefits, but they're some of the last ones to even have benefits. The rest of us lost them while the miners were being attack dogs for coal executives, voting for Republicans and chasing off liberals who tried to save those benefits.
Isn't it time for the Supreme Court to lift their ban on cameras in the courtroom? More openness would lead to a better understanding of the court and the difficulty of the issues ... and improve confidence in the court.
We arm bandits with guns to do harm to us then cry when people are shot down. The bad thing about it is the National Rifle Association, who says it's our right to carry around overkill, misleads us.
Schools need not guns but security behind bulletproof glass, a screening room for weapons by metal detectors. Doors need to be opened by permission, monitored with cameras inside and out with alarms when opened.