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Christmas should not be called a holiday. We need to remember this day as a holy day, birth of our savior, Jesus Christ. Merry Christmas.
It seems to me that there are too many people giving themselves the title of "bishop" in the Christian movement today. I'm not sure that the correct title is bishop when all they are is the local pastor.
The war on drugs is not helping us. We need to stop it and let the people have all the drugs they want, because otherwise we'll never be safe.
Many of your readers are calling in about the Kmart commercial being so bad. Where is the outrage over the Victoria's Secret commercials?
Republicans in Congress will vote for any warmongering endeavor. Democrats and myself believe that we should devote much more money to curing cancer.
Do we really have to listen to politicians in this Christmas season, supposedly a time of peace and giving? It makes them seem greedier than ever when they ask for donations and votes in so many commercials.
Sen. Rand Paul ranked long-term unemployed workers not likely to be hired. This is the same man that fought creating jobs for the last few years.
The Kanawha County Assessor's Office supervisor needs to inform its agents, when landowners' property is posted, that applies to them also. A letter or phone call to the landowners should be applied respecting the laws.
As a West Virginia football fan, I think we ought to collect enough money and get two Greyhound bus tickets for Oliver Luck and that great football coach.
If we're going to build a cracker plant then it ought to be completely environmentally neutral, no pollution whatsoever, in a state-of-the-art facility.
I thought the Sunday comics were supposed to be for kids. Who in the heck authorized that "Doonesbury" cartoon in Sunday's paper? It was absolutely disgusting. The editor should to have to explain to the public why it would put something in the paper for kids to read.