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What to do with our ‘too big to’ be accountable government

I was involved in a discussion with a friend the

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Sales tax hike: Balancing the budget on the backs of West Virginians

As I stated previously, some of the best things that

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Here are headlines that accompanied two recent articles. From the

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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin recently ended

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I am thrilled to be part of the George Washington

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Remembering Francis H. Pierpont — the ‘Father of West Virginia’

Editor’s note: This article is one a series that will

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The bills that never saw the light of day

The 60-day regular session of the 2014 West Virginia Legislature

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Say, just whatever happened to ‘divided we fall’?

When Freedom Industries let spill 10,000 gallons of licorice-smelling goo

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The bills that don’t come due

The legislative session in Charleston is now, for most intents

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Under the hood with Puccini, on Pietro

There are numerous definitions to the word “Bohemian” or, in

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