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Mark Sadd: Help for the average family
Mark Sadd: Help for the average family

A business climate that creates jobs is the way to grow

Mark Sadd: Help for the average family
Mark Sadd: Help for the average family

A business climate that creates jobs is the way to grow

Charlie Nichols: Charles Minimah can help lead the area

Otherwise, a dearth of leaders in the city

Senator Joe Manchin: W.Va. National Guard stands ready

Whether Ebola or another need, Guard is prepared

Paul Blair: November 4 vote was no accident

Taxpayers across the nation demand reform on issues

Jennifer Rubin: Not your father’s GOP

Cheery, optimistic new Republicans intend to make progress on issues

Vic Sprouse: 10 suggested changes for GOP Speaker and President

Stop legislative receptions, move fast, send Obama a thank you note

Michelle Malkin: Big Truthy Is Watching (Some of) You

Government-funded researchers focus on limiting far-right social media speech

Rev. Ron English: Does race really matter ... Really?

Discussing race and racism in Appalachia without shame or blame

John Hardwig: Brittany Maynard died in a philosophically responsible way

Brittany Maynard’s assisted suicide was an act of love

Keith Pauley: The Red-ification of West Virgina

The political and cultural reasons behind GOP victory

Chris Zinn: Hospice provides excellent care

In-state evaluations show quality of care at home

Mark Sadd: The Tsunami Election
Mark Sadd: The Tsunami Election

The state GOP has the House majority. What to do now?

The Republican tsunami has washed out the Democrats. The most historic legislative election in West Virginia since 1930 has caused a political sea change.

What next?

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