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I think they ought to change the name from home rule to screw the citizens' rule.
Will you please print the Readers' Voice in darker ink? I love to read it, but I can't seem to see it very well.
Regarding West Virginia's Promise scholarship: West Virginia has broken its promise. Now instead of requiring 12 hours of classes, they're requiring 15 trying to make all students fail or lag behind in one or more classes and they don't want to pay for the fifth year.
It would be completely wrong if the Public Service Commission let Appalachian Power have a penny raise to cut the brush back. Their CEO makes plenty. Take the money from him.
Regarding Dr. Sondike's article on abstinence in the Sunday Gazette-Mail, I would submit to you that Sondike should stick to eating disorders. He knows nothing about child rearing.
The school was right if the rules are that you can't wear clothing that condones violence because the NRA's main goal is violence. They are not about the Second Amendment, but to sell guns.
Joe Manchin's stance against the NRA tells me he shouldn't run for senator again ... he should run for president. He might lose this "red state," but America likes a moderate that isn't afraid to go against the grain.
Here's a thought for AEP: They are thinking like Obama. They want every customer to pay for clearing of the trees. Why should we? Why not just charge the landowner where the trees are overhanging the power lines? Why should we all have to pay?
In the recent decision by the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals' D.C. circuit, one judge appointed by President George H.W. Bush and two appointed by President George W. Bush upheld, by a 3-0 vote, the right of the EPA to veto the Spruce Mine. Are Republican-appointed judges part of President Obama's "war on coal"?