Having lived in WV all my life (66-plus years), two things I know are certain. If you think our government will protect us from the private sector, you are dreaming. Also, if you think the private sector will ever do the right thing for us, you are dreaming.
Capito has been proud of her work to get rid of environmental protection. Now she wants us to vote for her?
Dear Ms. Tennant, we wanted to support your candidacy, but having examined your campaign website, we find we've been misled. Running against a Republican by adopting that Republican's platform as your own seems a non-starter to us. Good luck though. You'll need it. Love, Real Democrats.
Does anyone know of a reputable lab that can test the water that is coming out of our taps in our homes?
A big thank you to Ken Ward Jr. of the Charleston Gazette for the great articles he has written about the chemical spill. This was information that the public needed to know. Keep up the great work!
Let's see if I have this straight. In the past 50 years, tobacco has been responsible for the deaths of approximately 20 million Americans, and it is still legal to sell and nobody is in jail for selling this poison. Sort of makes the law against the recreational use of marijuana look ludicrous, doesn't it?
Jay Rockefeller was the only politician to represent the people of West Virginia during the water crisis. All the others were quick to leap to the defense of our corporate citizens. What will happen to our democracy next year when Jay retires and corporations take complete control? We, the people, will be second-class citizens to our corporate owners.
To Attorney General Morrisey, people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. A good place to start investigating would be the Attorney General's office. Yeah, start there.
A union company is shutting their doors in Milton in a cost savings move for the company. I guess all that money the union spent to help put Obama in office and pass Obamacare didn't help them one bit.