n I can't help but think the people criticizing our relationship with Israel and saying Israel is a threat to Iran probably don't eat a lot of bacon.
n With the recent chemical leak into the major water supply, I am reminded of the comic strip "Pogo" of years gone by. We need not waste time on concerns about terrorist activities and attacks. Pogo stated: "We have met the enemy and he is us."
n There is a Hurricane police car patrolling the streets with a skull and crossbones hanging from the rearview mirror. What is the significance of it? Has the police car been commandeered by pirates? Or is it just a rogue cop?
n Did I hear one of the county officials state they have experienced previous incidents at other locations in the county with this chemical? Apparently they didn't learn much from their "experience." So much for their experience, one year 30 times.
n We love how state government workers are treated in an emergency — 20 cases of water were delivered to the sixth floor of 112 California Ave. However, it seems that none of the water ever reached employees on the lower floors. No hand sanitizer provided either when you can't wash your hands in the bathroom.
n The situation with the Department of Agriculture and Democratic career politician Gus Douglass pretty much sums up what has been wrong with this state for over 80 years.
n The sharks (lawyers) are in the waters.
n Another drug related death in a government subsidized housing complex. Oh no. We don't need drug testing for welfare recipients.
n During the Military Bowl coverage they showed a long list of players Maryland had lost to injuries during the season. The Herd didn't play the same team WVU played.
n Conservative readers missed the point of my original comment about Charles Krauthammer being ugly. I used the term to illustrate that the only connection between him and "great" was him being as ugly as Abraham Lincoln. Considering that those who believe him great apparently have the IQ of a carrot, I understand their confusion.
n Total Americans killed in all of our wars is about 1.2 million, and about 1.4 million Americans were killed by gun violence just since Robert Kennedy was killed in June 1968. Tell me again how thousands of guns in the hands of thousands of fools makes us safer.