Your editorial, "Mideast: Maddening puzzle," was excellent and appreciated.
Senator Obama warned that the Patriot Act could be abused. President Obama has proven him right.
Given all the recent embassy closings and travel advisories, is it possible we're about to start something?
When will gun owners acknowledge the truth? A gun in the home makes you 12 times less safe. ... If you have a gun in the home and it is accessible to children or teens, it is your fault if a tragedy occurs.
Not only do people who work in Huntington have to pay $3.25 a week just to work there, but there's also a 1 percent city sales tax. For that you get crumbling bricks, flooded streets and a sanitary department that is beyond rude and ineffective.
Could we have more positive items like "School fights Summer Learning Loss' in Saturday's paper.
If you're unsure about the difference between Democrats and Republicans, this should make it clear. The Republicans announced last week that they want to cut $40 billion from food stamp programs for the poor -- the same group of people who always want to cut taxes for billionaires.
Does the Kool-aid drinker complaining about how few days the Republicans work in D.C. realize their beloved Democratic leaders are working the same schedule? They're not sitting at their desks twiddling their thumbs waiting for the nasty Republicans to return.
The person who said all of George W. Bush's overseas trips were business-only and all of Barack Obama's overseas trips were vacations is either a liar or stupid. Pick your poison.
Definition of insanity: Repeating the same thing over and over, expecting a different result. Example: Republican-controlled House of Representatives voting to repeal the Affordable Care Act for the 40th time.
Food for thought for the people thinking Conference USA would have a better fit for WVU. WVU is at the bottom of the Big 12 rankings, and Marshall is near the top of Conference USA's rankings. WVU beat Marshall year after year. Get the picture.
The Paternos' dealership was Park Pontiac on Washington Street near Court.