Woman feels plumb dumb for home improvement projects
I’m wiped out.
Abandoned coal camps a reminder of days gone by
Some southern West Virginia coal camps seemed a good place to leave behind.
America's security, privacy separated by a fine line
The scope of the government’s eavesdropping on Americans is breathtaking, with revelations of such Orwellian import they should frighten us into burning at the stake anyone involved in information technology.
The good, the bad and the ugly are looking the same
The Obama administration needs to start handing out cowboy hats.
The good guys get the white ones, and the bad guys get the black ones. That’s supposed to be the easy way to tell them apart. However, some of the white hats are getting pretty dirty.
Remember: When one is threatened, we are all at risk
One reason that Southern West Virginia is such a special place is the sense of community that is woven through so many lives here.
All aboard! Legislation may shed anti-pet train rules
You might say I have a dog in this fight.
Memorial Day should be more than just a Monday
I said a prayer for veterans last weekend as I gorged on hot dogs, s’mores and watermelon.
Graduation, changes that come with it, can be tough for families
Nothing can be more traumatic than a lump in the throat at high school graduation.
Strategies may change, but war on terror is not over
It’s good to know that the war on terror is finally over. It was all so ugly, what with the beheadings and bombings.
Apple didn't deserve bruising at congressional hearing
Sen. Carl Levin, one of those liberal politicians leaving few harms unvisited as he does his big-government best to limit American possibilities, decided recently to beat up on Apple Inc., a business that helped pioneer a new computer age in this country and around the world. In its innovative quest for profits, it served us all far more than any current senator or bunch of them I can think of.
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