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The rise of the independent voter

About a month ago I brought to your attention statements

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I am weeping for my West Virginia

CHARLESTON – Here in Charleston, we are an official federal

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Many lives had the grand old Hilltop House Hotel

With the renewed interest in the possible reopening of the

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Too soon old and  too late smart

“I’ve been wallowing in that snow for 25 years,” I’ve

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U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, a Republican who represents Kentucky, is

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Economic mission creep never ends well either

In my last column I expressed a New Year’s wish

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Population declines could cost W.Va. another seat in Congress

West Virginia achieved a somewhat dubious distinction last summer of

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Small businesses are key to a diversified economy

I was pleased to be appointed to serve on a

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‘Preach the Gospel at all times — if necessary, use words’

Cathedrals have been called “Sermons in stone,” and having worked

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Trying that ‘slow to anger’ approach

At the end of December, I always find it easy

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