As the sun and warmer temperatures broke out on Wednesday and Thursday, many Tri-State residents were ready to put a long, difficult winter behind them.
I recently checked out an Internet article, "Eight Reasons Millennials Are Leaving the Church." A post-Baby Boomer, I first had to find out what a "Millennial" was. It's the next generation after the Generation Xers, or young people born between 1980 and 2000.
I scarcely know where to begin to comment on the proposed amendment to the West Virginia Constitution "Claiming West Virginia's Water Resources for the Use and Benefit of its Citizens."
Liberals keep telling Americans that Obamacare is working, and they may be right.
Obama is the most corrupt president ever. The corrupt things he has done are too numerous to mention.
Stealing smart phones is the fastest growing crime in the country. For some large cities, it accounts for half of the robberies every day, and New York’s Attorney General’s office estimates that 113 iPhones and Androids are stolen every minute in the United States.
Many public service districts and municipal utilities in West Virginia no doubt struggle to keep their equipment up to date and functional for providing water and sewer service. But legislation currently being considered to strengthen them financially is not the answer.
Erik Larsen’s book, “In the Garden of Beasts,” is a compelling read as it highlights the life of William E. Dodd, Ph.D., the American ambassador to Germany from 1933-1937. While the book shows us the scandalous behaviors of the ambassador’s daughter, it also provides an eerie view into the rise of Nazism in Germany.
We, as supposedly Christian people, have stood by for the last 30 years or longer and watched this great nation deteriorate to a point of no return. Multitudes of Americans have given their lives in an effort to keep this nation "under God," but the battle appears to have been in vain.