Vent Line

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Vent Line


Be very careful of the Justice Department. They are paralyzing local police in our major cities in direct violation of the U.S. Constitution. Start reading up on the people running for office. If West Virginia American Water would take care of water leaks right away, they wouldn't need rate hikes.

Who is rushing forth to protect the 150-plus businesses that were robbed and burned in Baltimore? That is not the American way.

If you are an atheist and consider yourself to be a good person, what drives you to be good since there is no God to answer to? Why not be bad?

I wonder if Danny Jones' new bike path will have any potholes in it.

"A teacher who is attempting to teach, without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn, is hammering on a cold iron. - Horace Mann, educational reformer (May 4 1796-1859)

Charles Krauthammer is absolutely right when he said there are a lot of talented and smart Republican political contenders for president in 2016. Considering Obama and the woman who wants to be president, the Republicans have this, hands down.

I'm tired of hearing people talking about Chris Christie and Bridgegate. He had absolutely no knowledge of that and it was proven beyond a shadow of a doubt. If you want to talk about someone who has done nothing but lie and steal from Americans, talk about Obama.

I'm wearing a body camera if I go back to the hospital again. Nobody will believe me without it. If it didn't happen to me, I am not sure I'd believe it.

To the person who asks where money goes from church yard sales, come to Trinity Lutheran's sales. One hundred percent of ours goes to food baskets for the poor. …

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