Invest in rural America, but what are the details?
We should all thank Rep. David McKinley for his plan to help the people of this area (“Congress must initiate Main Street recovery,” May 1 Times-News).
They may be billions of dollars in debt, but they’re still alive
“It’s alive.” said Joe Biden, “thanks to this guy right here.” GM disclosed an $11 billion investment for its joint ventures in China last month in Shanghai. That was an increase from a 2011 outline to spend $7 billion through 2015.
This fine teacher’s influence extends beyond the classroom
Anita Comfort was recently recognized in the Cumberland Times-News as the VFW State of Maryland Teacher of the Year in an award ceremony held at Calvary Christian Academy, where she teaches high school English.
New Internet law can crush individual freedoms
The war to control the Internet began after Congress quietly passes a law allowing U.S. authorities to access foreign birth certificate repositories to identify worldwide Internet users.
Better playgrounds might keep them from playing in streets
The city of Cumberland seems to prefer children playing in the streets instead of providing adequate playground facilities for them endangering their lives with automobile traffic.
Some fire department letters sent to the wrong addresses
The 2013 annual New Creek, W.Va., Volunteer Fire Department letter drive has been sent out.
They thought it was handled, but it wasn’t
Every morning on my way to work, I hear a public service announcement by young people from our local schools.
Take the time to appreciate and thank a teacher today
Teaching is “enjoying” popularity as a current topic of conversation, but it is an often misunderstood profession.
If anyone deserves entitlements, it’s the veterans
John Bury’s reader commentary (“For many veterans, the war is not yet over,” May 2 Times-News) painfully illustrates the plight many veterans and military retirees must endure just to garner a morsel of the medical attention which was pledged when we signed on that dotted line; raised our right hand and swore to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and to obey the orders of the President and officers appointed over us (till death do us part, Amen).
They’re not really your children; they’re part of the ‘collective’
A judge can determine that any 15-year-old girl can, without a prescription administer to herself the “morning after pill.”
But adult parents are not capable of raising their own children. That is the province of the secular state!
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