It's a sad day for America. The new slogan for the gun lobby should be, "Guns do not kill kindergarten children. People do."
The Gazette Readers' Voice is looking more and more like the Daily Mail Vent Line. Who's doing that now, a Republican? Because it sure isn't liberal anymore.
Apparently after spring camp, Holgorsen realizes his quarterback choices are weak when they want a player from Florida State who got beat out by a freshman. Maybe Ollie will have to suit up next year.
Why do you reprint inane comments instead of running comments when they are relevant to current issues? Stop looking at the email address of whom it came from and print comments for their content. Leave out anything that mentions religion!
The TV doctor wants you to buy his book for $29.95 and he'll explain to you what's wrong with Obamacare, but you know if you send me $10 cash through the mail, I'll send you a DVD that explains everything.
The Senate vote on gun control reflects profiles in cowardice. We the voters must convince lawmakers there is a price to be paid for opposing sensible gun restrictions such as the ones they defeated.
To the 13 people who lost limbs in the Boston attacks: Your lives will be different but life is not over. A high quality of life lies ahead, say those in the military who had a similar fate.
The rough spots on the newer section of U.S. 35 are causing loads to shift on tractor-trailers. Are they going to wait until there's a major accident before they put up warning signs or make some repairs to the pavement?
I had the feeling that when Ronald Reagan gutted our mental institutions in the early 1980s it would come back to haunt us. Good thing though for NRA gun-huggers, or else half of them would be institutionalized.
The "no texting while driving" law has actually made things worse on the roads. Drivers are now holding their phones down out of sight and texting, taking their eyes even farther off the road.
Manchin actually thinks we will believe him when he says background checks won't lead to gun registration. Hey, Joe, face it. You've lost a lot of your supporters in West Virginia now.
I just found out that a mentally unstable person can buy a gun at a gun show with no background check.
Since returning to my home state several years ago, I have read many comments in the Readers' Voice. There are so many mean-spirited voices full of hate and intolerance. It's not the West Virginia I fondly remembered. Very sad.
Too bad for the average faculty and students at Marshall. If they were coaches and athletes, they'd be looking at quadrupling their salaries and getting $30 million in new educational facilities.