Cyber Monday once again chalked up record sales. The Monday after Thanksgiving is generally viewed as the biggest day of the year for online retailing, as tech savvy consumers hit the Internet to work on their holiday shopping lists. Preliminary reports estimated sales were up as much as 17 percent from 2012, USA TODAY reported.
I suggest that Chuck Landon outdid himself Sunday, Dec. 8, in terms of ignorant comments, and, given his history, that was no mean feat.
A few nights ago I watched as the U.S. Air Force Band staged a holiday flash mob at the National Air and Space Museum. (YouTube.com) They played "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" and "Joy to the World." The experience was glorious -- despite one sour note! I couldn't avoid thinking about the "War on Christmas."
West Virginia state auditors have delved into — and found problems with — two aspects of a $126.2 million project to expand availability of high-speed Internet in the state. Considering the continuing questions, charges and countercharges connected with the remaining part of the initiative, they might as well take a close look at it, too.
Liberals like free enterprise. We want everyone to earn as much money as they can. We don't hate corporations. Most of us know if it were not for corporations like General Electric, General Motors and General Dynamics, we might be speaking German today.
The Obama administration is gambling on the world stage, and the stakes are very high.
Pray to God for our nation’s leaders
For the motorists on the receiving end, word that police are writing citations for violations of West Virginia’s tougher distracted driving law is not necessarily good news.
There seems to be a double standard.
Recently, the Federal Communications Commission chairman, Tom Wheeler, stated, “Modern technologies can deliver mobile services in the air safely and reliably, and the time is right to review our outdated and restrictive rules.”