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Letter to the editor: What happened to the entrepreneurs?

In reference to the August 9 column by Robert Samuelson concerning entrepreneurs: I am not an economist and do not have access to the information he has.

I am in the trenches fighting the everyday battles of being in business in this country...

Letter to the editor: What happened to the entrepreneurs?

In reference to the August 9 column by Robert Samuelson concerning entrepreneurs: I am not an economist and do not have access to the information he has.

I am in the trenches fighting the everyday battles of being in business in this country...

Letter to the editor: This election hinges on mountaintop mining

Natalie Tennant would benefit by a large voter turnout and by voters that normally do not go to the polls to vote.

With the issue of mountaintop mining, there needs to be enforcement and regulations to reclaim and reconstruct the ruins and...

Letter to the editor: Fighting the EPA is like fighting China

In 1952 in the Korean War I fought the Chinese in the Kunwha Valley and the North Koreans on Heartbreak Ridge.

I did not realize that after the war I would be fighting the federal government in the form of the Environmental Protection Agency...

Letter to the editor: The U.S. needs to use its Air Force and Navy

I, a Korean veteran, along with most other veterans, have tears in our eyes for what many of us see as our precious freedom going down the drain.

The leadership in Washington has already negotiated us into a second-rate power and capitulated...

Letter to the editor: Kanawha libraries provide quite a lot

To paraphrase Samuel Clemens, rumors of the death of libraries are greatly exaggerated. We support the Kanawha County Library levy because the library continues to play a vital role in the life of our community and in our family.

Our two...

Letter to the editor: Can the U.S. adapt to non-white majority?

On the 8 a.m. August 18, WCHS newscast, a radio broadcast news story from the St. Louis, Missouri, suburb of Ferguson reported that the overnight violence there was reminiscent of a revolution.

When one considers that the St. Louis suburb ...

Letter to the editor: Immigrants should not enter illegally

Long ago America reached out and embraced those immigrants who came through Ellis Island, as they sought a better life. They came legally, with their hopes and dreams, and with purpose. They were prepared to work hard and contribute to...

Letter to the editor: Term limits could save our freedom

“A nation can survive its fools and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within… For the traitor appears not as a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims and he wears their face and their arguments....

Letter to the editor: Jamie Summers-Brown

West Virginia politics is at another crossroads. With the retirement of longtime Sen. Jay Rockefeller, the landscape of West Virginia politics is going to change.

While both candidates continue to discuss why she is the better choice for...

Letter to the editor: Larry Medley: A vote for Casey is a vote for Pelosi

In the past, young aspiring politicians in West Virginia looked at voter registration numbers and decided if they were going to be elected to office they had to run as a Democrat. Thus, they cast their lot with the Democratic Party.

As time...

Letter to the editor: Fred H. Joseph: Rahall’s seniority is no help to voters

A vent in Vent Line on July 4 said we cannot afford to lose Congressman Rahall because in losing Sens. Byrd and Rockefeller, we would lose the ability to generate federal funding for the 3rd District of West Virginia.

Ironically, for all of...

Letter: President dismisses the U.S. Constitution

President dismisses the U.S. Constitution

Perhaps recent earthquakes are caused by our Founding Fathers turning over in their graves attempting to get the attention of our president and members of Congress.

Surely, something must...

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