Senator Rockefeller disingenuously asks who has been spied on. And how would we know, Jay? Are you going to send us letters and tell us?
Israel continues trying to push the U.S. to fight Israel's wars, this time with Syria. "We plan a major lobbying effort with about 250 activists in Washington to meet with their senators and representatives," an AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) source said on Saturday. Fight your own wars, Israel.
We're increasing the number of people going seeking medical services while decreasing the number of medical providers. They say taxes won't be raised even though most of the new patients won't be paying into the system. A Marshall professor says it will work. And you're paying how much for these people to "educate" your child?
Once again, someone presumes to speak for God. And I say again that God remains mute. Some do believe that he talks to them, but if God had anything to say, why wouldn't he tell everyone? And don't tell me to read a book, books are written by men for various purposes.
Before President Obama intervenes in Syria, I hope he will take note of what happened to the popularity of Lyndon Johnson and GW Bush after their ill-fated interventions in Vietnam and Iraq.
I happen to love WVU's new white, and new gold helmets. They used to be that way anyways. Haven't you noticed the trend in college football with uniform combos? The recruits love having a variety of uniforms to choose from. Oregon wears different uniforms every single game.
If Tim Tebow was a Muslim, I wonder if people would think God had a plan for him outside of football.
I'm a WVU fan whether they win 12 games or zero games. That's what a true fan is. If you only liked WVU because Rich Rod spoiled us by winning 10 games a year, then you are not a WVU fan.
In thinking about the agonizing decision about Syria, I can't help thinking about the Holocaust. If the international community had acted 6 million Jews might not have been killed. A government that will kill its children needs to be stopped.
Thanks, Joseph Wyatt, for listing in your column all the benefits that the Affordable Care Act, called Obamacare by the unenlightened, gives to West Virginians. Now we are waiting for tea party Capito to explain to us why she doesn't want West Virginians to have these medical benefits.