There is a big difference between bullets and knives. None of the 14 people in Texas died. Twenty-six people died in Newtown.
Remember Joe Manchin? My entire family will be voting for him for standing up for what is right against all odds because of the gun bill he and Toomey drafted.
I'm calling again to ask why you don't print the name of the band that appears at Marmet Recreation Building every Saturday night. There's a different band every week. Everybody doesn't have the Internet.
This bungling, bloated bureaucracy we call the federal government can't enforce gun laws we already have, so they want to pass more laws, hire more bureaucrats, drive us further in debt and accomplish nothing.
What number in South Charleston do you call concerning barking dogs? I live on Sixth Avenue and contend with four to five dogs barking almost all day long and up until midnight or 1 a.m., 2 a.m. I'd like to get some help on this.
I think there's a difference between being religious and being a Christian. I'm kind of insulted, being a Christian, by people calling me religious. There's a big difference between religion and being Christian.
The Readers' Voice should somehow limit the number of daily vents allowed by the same few individuals. Their telltale bitter, tea party rhetoric is obviously from the same one or two who constantly want to impose their minority views on others.
Gun people, dog people and religious people (sometimes the same people) are dogmatic (no pun intended) in their beliefs.
The American Revolution, the Coal Mine Wars and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising are three examples that show armed citizens are as important in the fight against tyranny as freedom of speech and the press.
If North Korea would attack us, I bet that President Obama wouldn't do what Bush did during the 9/11 attacks -- get on Air Force One and fly to Nebraska and hide.
With Sandy Hook starting to fade from our memory, we have stick to the fight against rampant gun use and not let the NRA distract us from saving our country!
One of my favorite Margaret Thatcher quotes is, "Gentlemen, if we don't cut spending we will be bankrupt. Yes, the medicine is harsh, but the patient requires it in order to live. We did not seek election and win in order to manage the decline of a great nation."