* Let's get an accounting for all of the foreign aid we give to other countries. If U.S. citizens got to vote on it, 90 percent would say "no." We need to pay our own bills first before giving it away to countries that hate us.
* Do you find it interesting that administrators want the flexibility to hire the so-called best teachers? It smells of nepotism and favoritism to me.
* Washington's broken and the government is fractured. There is no uniting for the common good. There is a Biblical principle we would do well to heed. Nearness to God brings blessing. When we are far from God, nothing will go well.
* Does Riverside High School have a dress code for teachers? They should dress for respect.
* "There are none so blind as those who will not see," Matthew Henry. (1662-1714) This fits Obama lovers to a T.
* Charleston City Council should read Joseph P. Fisher's letter to the editor concerning the one-mile bike path for $2 million. Most fiscally responsible people are in agreement.
* We've got too many turncoats in the state. For the turncoat Democrat who defended George Bush, I'm surprised he can even find his way home.
* Thank you to the Elkview area DOH for removing a large boulder from Poca Fork Road within one hour of my calling in the problem.
* It is evident that there was a lot of voter fraud back in November. I hope they are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.