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Kelly Merritt: Downtown parking strikes a nerve
Kelly Merritt: Downtown parking strikes a nerve

A minor hassle is still a hassle to visitors downtown

Kelly Merritt: Downtown parking strikes a nerve
Kelly Merritt: Downtown parking strikes a nerve

A minor hassle is still a hassle to visitors downtown

Editorial cartoon for April 18, 2015
Editorial cartoon for April 18, 2015

Editorial cartoon for April 18, 2015

Your Vents, April 18, 2015

n Surprise, surprise, after using his law enforcement/judicial position to keep in front of the cameras for years, Booth Goodwin finally acknowledges his true political motivation is to run for governor.

n Does anyone know the population of...

Charles Krauthammer: The queen travels by van

‘Commoner’ Hillary is the 2nd- best known political figure in America

Hats off to Budget Tapes & Records

It’s not easy for a small, local store to stay in business, particularly when its industry has changed radically. But when Dave and Priscilla Pope opened Budget Tapes and Records in 1972, no one said it would be easy.

There was no record...

Short takes on Lincoln, the Wheeling Suspension Bridge and pre-council prayer

America marked the 150th anniversary of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln last week.

A Charles Town resident has a unique view of how things might have turned out differently.

Bob O’Connor is the author of “The Virginian...

Editorial cartoon for April 17, 2015
Editorial cartoon for April 17, 2015

Editorial cartoon for April 17, 2015

Editorial: Morrisey fights EPA and regulatory creep

More is at stake in West Virginia vs EPA than simply emissions

Editorial: A rare bipartisanship sighting on Capitol Hill

Congress ends unpredictability

on Medicare reimbursements

Bill Maloney: Let’s create a tax system that’s a model for America
Bill Maloney: Let’s create a tax system that’s a model for America

Grow the economy with a tax code that is fair and simple

Ted Boettner: Abolishing personal income tax is a poor strategy
Ted Boettner: Abolishing personal income tax is a poor strategy

Look at the Kansas example to see how it wouldn’t work

Vent Line for April 17, 2015

n Going through trash is good and bad. You might find body parts in there. Body parts that someone may be looking for. One time I found a birthday card with money still in it. Also it is good to look into trash because you never know what may happen...

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Editorials

Editorial: Morrisey fights EPA and regulatory creep
Editorial: A rare bipartisanship sighting on Capitol Hill
Editorial: Welcome Mr. Dolan, to the SSAC
Editorial: Updating the W.Va tax code for a new economy
Editorial: With malice toward none, charity for all

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Commentary

Short takes on Lincoln, the Wheeling Suspension Bridge and pre-council prayer
Bill Maloney: Let’s create a tax system that’s a model for America
Ted Boettner: Abolishing personal income tax is a poor strategy
Joe DeLong: Legislators choose Corrections Commissioner over officers
Tom Purcell: Renewing the annual tax-time misery

Daily Mail Columnist

Hoppy Kercheval: PEIA pushes harder on wellness
Laurie Lin: What would Hillary be without Bill?

Syndicated Columnists

Charles Krauthammer: The queen travels by van
George F. Will: Sustainability gone wild
Thomas Sowell: The new Inquisition
Robert J. Samuelson: Middle-aged capitalism
George F. Will: Containing Iran’s nuclear intoxication

Letters to the Editor

Vent Line

Your Vents, April 18, 2015
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