Come on, Gazette, you already know the answer to your Ray Lane question: He'll stay on the WVU board as long as he keeps contributing the "big bucks," no matter how it was obtained. Remember, this is the "flagship" university of other fraud, such as "Heathergate."
Big corporations control our members of Congress and almost every facet of our lives. Then they divide us with emotional issues while they fleece us. Our government is a fascist government, so stop worrying about whether we'll ever be socialist. The corporations won't allow it.
Why is it that everyone complains about the animosity between the political parties, yet every time someone reaches across party lines, like Joe Manchin and Gov. Christie, they are vilified by the press and their party?
When it comes to Syria, the enemy of my enemy is not my friend.
One can only hope that the Chinese will soon hack into Facebook and Twitter and permanently disable both sites. Now that's the kind of hacking I can support.
Why are Republicans complaining about privacy now? Bush started this thing and they had no problem with it. Nobody likes government intrusion, but why would they try to repeal Obamacare 37 times and never the Patriot Act? Rational thought continues to elude this party.
Our Internet has been taken over by giants Yahoo and Google. Searching for a particular subject is like looking for catfish in a giant school of sardines. Good luck.
Having brine from fracking put into wells and polluting drinking water comes when the state is greatly strapped for money. State leaders knew this or should have and everyone voting aye should leave office in shame and be convicted of poisoning.
Ironic. The person who told the military to stand down the night of the Benghazi attacks has a small army following him through Africa just in case something happens. Don't look now Mr. President. Your approval rating is falling fast.
Just wanted to say that I like the new garden columnist in the Sunday Gazette-Mail. Hope he sticks around for a long time.The UMWA isn't the only labor union being forced to look at concessions in contracts. Teamsters are going through hard times too. According to Charleston Newspapers it's all about Patriot Coal and the nasty coal companies. No, it's the economy and our anti-fossil fuel administration that the unions helped put in office.