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How about Pope Francis? He's just a regular guy with a big heart. I sure hope people listen to him.
Thanks, but no thanks to Ed Gaunch; there's already too many religious nuts in the Legislature.
For the venter wondering how log it would be until voodoo is recognized as a religion, that happened hundreds of years ago. Before you vent, try doing a little research. Run an Internet search for the topic and inform yourself before embarrassing yourself.
If Mr. Murray is so certain the coal industry is going down due to the president, then why in the heck did his company just buy CONSOL? He needs to be asked that question.
This is one heterosexual who is sick and tired of the right-wing ideological vendetta against the gay community. Our AG's fight to preserve marriage discrimination in West Virginia is yet another example. Scientists determined long ago that whether or not one is gay is determined in the womb, just like the color of your hair, eyes and skin. But truth in science is of no interest to the right wing. So they fight it at every turn.
If state government were to play and win the Mega Millions jackpot, it would have zero impact on the state budget. The Legislature would give themselves a pay raise, pave the Turnpike and buy more state cars with it, which otherwise is known as business as usual.
I completely quit reading USA Today when they had the audacity to raise their prices for a daily paper to the absurd amount of $2. I began reading the Gazette every morning, and this is a really good small-market paper. I have lived in eight states and five countries and find the Gazette's mix of world, national, state and local news to be outstanding compared to other state papers.