Editor's note: This is one of a series of columns written by candidates in May primary elections.
Few government entities have the capacity to impact Americans more than the Justice Department, the State Department, the Health and Human Services Department and the Internal Revenue Service. All are led by individuals appointed by the president with the advice and consent of the U.S. Senate.
I would like to draw your attention to Greg Howard, who is running for Congress in the 6th District of Ohio.
The recent article, “April the awareness month for children” on April 3, was a good introduction to Child Abuse Prevention Month. However, I think there were several points that could be expanded upon.
As a candidate for the Cabell County Board of Education, I feel that it is the school system’s job to bring every child up to his or her potential, including those with special challenges
If you are old enough, you may recall the name, Charles H. Keating, Jr., who recently died at age 90. He represented an upscale brand of swindling and stealing money from unsuspecting people in the 1980s savings and loan bank scandal.
When asked to rule in a case regarding access to government records, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals let the public down.
Few things show more community spirit than the willingness to give up part of a Saturday to help clean up our streets, parks, neighborhoods and shorelines. Fortunately, the Tri-State is blessed with hundreds of people willing to do that.
I wanted to say "Thanks" to Dr. Marc Ellison for his guest column related to autism needs. I wanted to expand on his numbers related to women.
Should a man with a long history of mental health issues have 54 guns in his house?