President Obama's health-care plan is now becoming clear after the election. It goes like this: One hundred million people will pay not only for their own health care, but also for the 50 million people on free health care. If you like socialism, you'll love it.
We need a Tudor's Biscuit World in Blue Creek. We've got room for them and would welcome them with open arms.
I'm a lifelong Republican who is very disappointed with this season's potential candidates for president in 2016. Did any of these guys even go to college? It is very disappointing.
Natalie Tennant and the Obamas? What more do we need to say? I'm switching and I'm voting Republican.
A task force set up by the Kanawha County Commission wants to require prescriptions for pseudoephedrine to reduce meth labs. The biggest drug problem in West Virginia is with prescription pain pills. If they cannot stop the abuse of pain pills, which require a prescription, how will this help with pseudoephedrine?
Now Shelley Moore Capito is concerned about the Flood Insurance Act. She sure wasn't concerned about it when she voted for it along with all of the West Virginia House and Senate representatives. They all voted for it. Now that it has come home to roost, they are all concerned with it.
Our beautiful sign that says, "Welcome to Wild Wonderful West Virginia," should also add, down beneath in big red letters, "Out-of-state drug dealers and undesirables are not welcome here."
I have called OSHA three times for wheelchair ramp blocking violations and emergency exit blocking violations and they will not investigate. What federal agency is it you report another agency to?
The write-up about rebuilding the swimming pool at Camp Virgil Tate was really good news. Please don't allow what happened at Coonskin to happen at Camp Virgil Tate.