The case of a West Virginia man who killed four people on Dec. 1 offers an example of how background checks for prospective gun buyers aren't applied as broadly as they should be.
Act like mature adults, win or lose
Apparently honesty, integrity and the rule of law have little meaning for liberals. For they would have you believe these missing qualities in the Obama administration had nothing to do with the shellacking Democrats took in the November election.
Republicans will control both houses of the West Virginia General Assembly in January, and early indications are that the state's business climate and education system will be top priorities for the new leadership.
West Virginia places restrictions on young drivers for good reason: They are inexperienced at handling a vehicle and they have much to learn. The idea behind the limits placed on teen drivers with instructional permits is to try to keep them safe while they become familiar with driving.
Legalize medical marijuana in W.Va.
This isn't the first time I've written about our nation's immigration conundrum. It's probably not the last, because this vital national issue is stuck in a time warp.
Whatever your political persuasion, I invite you to join me in expressing outrage not too strong a word for the post-shooting scenarios that played out in Ferguson, Missouri, in the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown last August. Ask yourself, please, how you would feel if the following happened to your errant teen (yes, let's admit Brown was a delinquent).
City, not feds, must take care of HFD
It seems lawmakers and pension officials in some states, including Kentucky, have forgotten whom they work for. Apparently, they are in sore need of a reminder that they are employed to serve the public and, as such, how they conduct their business should be open to scrutiny by the public.