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Guard Against ‘Cherry Picking’

February 10, 2015 Public schools are required to educate children from all sorts of backgrounds and with a variety of abilities. more »»

Volunteer Gave Life In Service to Others

February 10, 2015 Garry Rose went far out of his way to help others, through a variety of activities in the community. Among them was his more than 30 years of work with the McMechen Volunteer Fire Department. more »»

Drug Treatment Proposal Wise

February 9, 2015 Doing more to ensure that Ohio convicts who want help kicking drug addictions get it is not a particularly profound idea. It is just common sense. more »»

Governing W.Va. Without Acrimony

February 9, 2015 With about one-third of the West Virginia Legislature’s 60-day regular session completed, not much bitterness has been displayed by lawmakers on opposing sides of the issue. more »»

Protecting Babies From Tobacco

February 9, 2015 A program to encourage pregnant smokers to quit is gaining traction in Summit County, Ohio, and should be considered — with some modification — by other counties. more »»

Not Defending Our Interests or Allies

February 9, 2015 “The United States will always defend our interests and uphold our commitments to allies and partners,” President Barack Obama wrote in the introduction to a foreign policy statement he sent to... more »»

Providing Safe Drinking Water

February 8, 2015 At about this time a year ago, many Kanawha Valley residents remained afraid to drink the water coming out of their faucets. more »»

Don’t Handicap East Ohio Schools

February 8, 2015 Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s school funding proposal is stirring controversy in Columbus — and it should in East Ohio, to. more »»

Proceed Cautiously On W.Va. Budget

February 8, 2015 West Virginia legislators have received another painful reminder of the importance of crafting budgets based on realistic revenue projections. more »»

Funding Clean Coal Research

February 7, 2015 Federal budget proposals, running to thousands of pages, can be used to deceive both members of Congress and the American people. more »»

Keep Party Labels Off Judge Ballots

February 7, 2015 Judges are supposed to be pillars of impartiality. Using the law to ensure justice is done ought to be their only priority. more »»

Enforcing Law In Steubenville

February 6, 2015 Just when it appears Steubenville police are making progress in ridding the city of violent thugs, someone opens fire on a city street. more »»

Cracking Down On Human Trafficking

February 6, 2015 Ohio officials are to be commended by preventing an enormous amount of suffering by cracking down on human trafficking. more »»

Change W.Va. Vaccine Law

February 6, 2015 The vast majority of children should be vaccinated against common — but sometimes deadly — diseases such as measles. more »»

Military Spending Reforms Needed

February 6, 2015 Four U.S. senators who may be viewed by some as unlikely allies are sponsoring a bill that could be one small step toward a rational defense spending policy. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va. more »»

Straight-Ticket Voting Wrong

February 5, 2015 For decades, one of the tools Democrat Party leaders in West Virginia used has been straight-ticket voting. more »»

Stand With Jordan Against Terrorists

February 5, 2015 Islamic State terrorists have beheaded Christian children, buried prisoners alive and crucified people, often videotaping their atrocities and sharing them with the worl. more »»

Obama Versus America

February 5, 2015 In his recent trip to India, President Obama repeated a long-standing pattern of his -- denigrating the United States to foreign audiences. more »»

No, 2014 Wasn’t the Hottest Year in Recorded History

February 5, 2015 By Jeff Jacoby For Town Hall Unless you’ve spent the last few weeks in solitary meditation on a remote island, you couldn’t miss the wave of media stories breathlessly proclaiming that 2014 was the... more »»

Punish School Crime Coverups

February 5, 2015 Sexual assault is a crime, regardless of where it occurs and who is involved. more »»

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