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Editorial Cartoon for Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014
Editorial Cartoon for Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014

Editorial Cartoon for Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014
Editorial Cartoon for Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014

Brad McElhinny: To-do lists, holiday stress and being in the moment
Brad McElhinny: To-do lists, holiday stress and being in the moment

Surely successful (NOT) ways to cope with the pressures of the season

Short takes on historic Wheeling, a World War II veteran, a White Christmas and our beautiful Capitol

One of West Virginia’s historic cities is getting a moment in the national spotlight.

And it’s something to be proud of, which is not always a given these days.

This past week, C-SPAN paid a ...

Robert J. Samuelson: The budget stalemate continues

Parties have done little to resolve long-term problems

George F. Will: A case for self-restraint

Nation’s response to Obama’s overreach will be the 2016 Republican nominee

Editorial Cartoon for Friday, Dec. 19, 2014
Editorial Cartoon for Friday, Dec. 19, 2014

Editorial: Luck leaves WVU in better shape than when he arrived
Editorial: Luck leaves WVU in better shape than when he arrived

To see how far West Virginia University athletics have come in four years, one need only look to the bowl game in which its football team will be participating in ten days.

After a surprising ­— some fans might say disappointing...

Editorial: Stephen J. Kopp was a great leader for Marshall
Editorial: Stephen J. Kopp was a great leader for Marshall

Marshall University lost one of the most devoted leaders in the school’s 177-year history Wednesday.

The University’s 39th president died suddenly and unexpectedly at age 63, having served nine years as its chief executive....

Michael Arbogast: Thanks from South Charleston High School

The faculty, staff, and students at South Charleston High School sincerely thank all of those who have reached out to support us during the recent tragedy involving our school.

We have been inundated with calls, emails, cards and...

Steve Kopa: Clothe the poor and feed the hungry

Conservative tea party members and conservative extraordinary pundit Thomas Sowell have somewhere in their conservative agenda changed their personality and evolved into becoming an extraordinary elitist group.

With all their rhetoric...

Lt. Gen. Dennis Benchoff: Safe walking should be a priority

George Will’s recent column (Another Case for Term Limits, Dec. 5) unfairly classifies the Safe Routes to School Program as a wasteful use of federal...

Charles Lane: Going fuzzy on Cuba

For better or worse, new policy is like relations with other unfree states

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Editorials

Short takes on historic Wheeling, a World War II veteran, a White Christmas and our beautiful Capitol
Editorial: Luck leaves WVU in better shape than when he arrived
Editorial: Stephen J. Kopp was a great leader for Marshall
Editorial: Jeb Bush throws his hat into the 2016 ring
Editorial: New ornaments made locally with new technology

Editorial Cartoon

Editorial Cartoon for Friday, Dec. 19, 2014
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Commentary

Robert J. Samuelson: The budget stalemate continues
George F. Will: A case for self-restraint
Charles Lane: Going fuzzy on Cuba
Gil White: State Division of Labor proposed rule go beyond legislation
Noah Smith: Roads, bridges, tunnels should matter to Americans

Daily Mail Columnist

Laurie Lin: Stereotyping and campus rape

Syndicated Columnists

Charles Krauthammer: A travesty of a report

Letters to the Editor

Michael Arbogast: Thanks from South Charleston High School
Steve Kopa: Clothe the poor and feed the hungry
Lt. Gen. Dennis Benchoff: Safe walking should be a priority

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