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Editorial cartoon for July 27, 2015
Editorial cartoon for July 27, 2015
Ventline for Saturday, July 24

n Any more you destroy the enemy’s water or you disrupt it. Are we at war?

n There was a kid who called himself a nerd. Later he was 28 years old and had accomplished a lot in his life. It was unbelievable.

n The Bible ...

Short Takes on Manchin’s classic ad, egg prices, Bill Stewart and outhouse art

Lots of political ads might make you zone out, but you probably remember that time Joe Manchin shot the cap-and-trade bill.

That was way back in 2010. That makes the ad a classic.

In case Manchin’s point has been lost over the years,...

Thomas Sowell: The fact free Left

In the right world, policies would be based on fact

Hoppy Kercheval: Commission’s decision goes too far

Judicial body’s findings criticize Maloney while praising Davis

Editorial cartoon for July 27, 2015
Editorial cartoon for July 27, 2015
Robert Samuelson: Johnson’s tarnished policy triumph

Medicare, Medicaid meet a need, but implementation, costs a problem

Alex Mooney: Agreement with Iran a ‘Bad Deal’

Deal raises many security, stability issues

Your Vents, July 27, 2015

n Putnam County did the right thing in approving the Wal-Mart Neighborhood store. Most of the opposition was racist. People don’t want to see low income and people of color in the Teays Valley Area. This is a shame. Congratulations Putnam...

Editorial: Miners’ lives better thanks to Rasmussen

Physician’s hard work, dedication revolutionized miners’ health care

Editorial: Government should use oversight carefully

Decisions that affect states should be made at the state level

Editorial: A brutal custom

Conservatives OFTEN support executions. Liberals usually don’t. Since the tide of history in America generally flows toward progressive values, it’s possible that the death penalty someday may cease in the United States.

Most other ...

Leonard Pitts Jr.: There’s a word for the GOP’s condemnation of Trump

Here’s the thing about principle.

Unless applied equally it is not really principle at all. He who climbs on his moral high horse when a wrong is done to him or his, but leaves the horse stabled when an identical wrong is done to someone...

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