Williams a man of faith, vision
My piece titled "Science, Religion Present Divergent Views" recently published in the Herald-Dispatch appeared online, where many readers expressed their opinions. Rarely do I respond in print to my own writing; however, this column evoked a very spirited discussion.
The West Virginia House of Delegates is currently considering Senate Bill 361, which would change the way in which our state calculates the prevailing wage rates for publicly funded projects.
States and local governments on average spend about $12,000 a year for each public school student, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
President Obama made a remarkable statement in his sixth State of the Union address to the nation and a joint session of Congress - one which should have all Americans scratching their heads.
Smoking bill takes giant step back
A bill in the West Virginia Legislature that would have nullified some local governments' anti-discrimination laws is apparently on the back burner, as it should be.
The Federal Communications Commission last week took control of the issue of "net neutrality" and came down on the side of treating all Internet users equally.
Lawmakers should vote yes on SB 30
At the beginning of its second year, Ohio's expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act is suffering a setback.