There have been encouraging signs on Capitol Hill of late that Congress's long slide into irrelevance may be slowing.
The following editorial appeared in The Miami Herald on Tuesday, May 19:———
I believe some of the best automobile drivers in the world must exist in West Virginia, especially in Logan County, with all the narrow hollow roads we have to navigate. Come to think of it, the NASCAR circuit did originate as a result of Appalachian...
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Wednesday, May 20:———Here's the thing about cigars: They cause lung cancer.
Don't expect any official “Atheists for Hillary” outreach, but political progressives are cheered by a study showing a rise in the number of nonreligious Americans.
The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Monday, May 18:———
An important but often neglected debate broke out in Washington last week: Which political party can do more for the nation's poor?
The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors on Fri., May 15:
Editor,The Henlawson Fire Department wishes to thank everyone who participated in our annual fund raiser drive over the past two weeks.
Just last week, I was proud to welcome West Virginians from across the state to the state's first Workforce Summit - a comprehensive review of West Virginia's past, present and future workforce development efforts.
To understand why the U.S. education system is mired in mediocrity, start by listening to Scott McKim's story.
On the screen, one of the Republican Party's savviest strategists, Kevin Madden, is telling it like it is on immigration reform. He's talking not really to Sunday's CNN national audience but to a slightly smaller audience — his...
The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors:———
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will have a formidable weapon to disarm Republican anti-immigration candidates who want to virtually seal the U.S. southern border — there are already more Chinese than Mexican immigrants who enter...
The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Sunday, May 10:———
Welcome to our restaurant, The Cantankerous Carnivore. Our chef's special today is Tom Brady. May we suggest he be served deep fried or baked over hot coals?
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Friday, May 8:———That hissing sound you hear is the air coming out of Tom Brady's career.
Kyle's Korner ….Many of you may know that I grew up locally in the little hamlet of Nolan, West Virginia. I have so many fond memories of that place.
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Friday, May 8:
Being a parent changes everything. But being a mother also changes with each baby. Here are some of the ways having a second and third child is different from having the first.Your Clothes
Here's an interesting innovation that is taking place in Latin America: A company is paying for the college education of thousands of students in exchange for their commitment to pay back a small percentage of their salaries when — and if...
The following editorial appeared in The Register-Herald, Beckley, on Tuesday, May 5:
The following editorial appeared in the Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail on Wednesday, May 6 :
As a break from the ever-depressing news cycle, let us play the philosopher this week by considering Life with a capital L — in particular, what are the best experiences a person can have to live a full and enriching life?
The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, May 5:———
The following editorial appeared in The Seattle Times on Monday, May 4:———
In organizations that are prospering, there appears to be no difference in the distribution of bonuses, training or new jobs to older or younger workers.
The following editorial appeared in the Pocono Record, Stroudsburg, Pa., on Monday, May 4:
The following editorial appeared in The York Dispatch, Pa., on Friday, May 1:We like to think most responsible parents at some point have a talk with their kids about drugs.
I've seen a lot over my decades in politics, and not much alarms me. But I have to be blunt: Money is poisoning our political system.
The following editorial appeared in the Herald-Dispatch, Huntington, on April 28:
Where do I even begin with this? The nation that I love so much is in complete turmoil. I still believe in the land of the free and the home of the brave. We have always been a great nation, but lately we seem anything but great. Currently, we are...
The following editorial appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer on Friday, May 1:
Photo submittedPictured, Lt. Tim Granger of the Henlawson Volunteer Fire Department gives the final salute to fallen 28-year veteran Lt. Gregory Prichard.Editor,
Nowadays, anybody, including children, has access to different types of entertainment by simply clicking on a computer or a smartphone. But, can you imagine how it must have been back in the days before television came to Logan County, or even radio?...
The following editorial appeared in The Register-Herald, Beckley, on April 29:The production of beer in the United States actually predates the founding of the country.
The following editorial appeared in The Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., on Tuesday, April 28:
Kids and their imaginations. Oh wait … what imaginations? Do kids these days even really know what that is?
The following editorial appeared in the Pocono Record, Stroudsburg, Pa., on Wednesday, April 29:
Last March, Sister Megan Rice stood before a federal court in Cincinnati. Along with her companions Michael Walli and Greg Boertje-Obed, the 85-year-old Catholic nun was appealing a serious conviction.
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Tuesday, April 28:———What's North Korea done lately besides rage against Hollywood over the “The Interview”?
Having taken the oath of office just more than 100 days ago, every day I have supported policies in Congress that will help West Virginia. In just four months, we have worked in the U.S. House of Representatives to pass a number of bills that will...
The following editorial appeared in The Dallas Morning News on Tuesday, April 21:———The number of near absolutes in a new nationwide review of shabby forensics used to secure convictions is devastating:
We wouldn't worry nearly so much about what others think of us — if we knew how seldom they did! Our natural, social and emotional insecurities sometime make us feel far more vulnerable than we really are. I'm talking about...
The following editorial appeared in The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on Wed., April 22:——-
The following editorial appeared in the Herald-Dispatch, Huntington, West Virginia on April 20:——-Even if the odds are against you, sometimes it is important to make your case.
WASHINGTON — Uh-oh, Democrats are in disarray.It's over 40 million jobs, wages, unions, the middle class's future, and the export of everything from apples to oranges.
The following editorial appeared in the Charleston (West Virginia) Daily Mail on April 21:———
The following editorial appeared in The Register-Herald, Beckley, on April 19:——-The decline of coal in southern West Virginia continues to be felt in our communities.