West Virginia

Remembering Those We’ve Lost at Christmas
I'm reviving one of my favorite Christmas tales.  Those of us who've lost most of our loved ones are flooded by old memories this time of year.  Here are some of my thoughts:
I used to covet my neighbor’s vacations.  Not where they went, but how they planned.
The Hillary & Lester Holt Debate Conspiracy (Opinion)
A woman once stopped me during a remote broadcast and told me we had met at her church some years before.  I expected a pleasant conversation when she blurted out, “I find you depressing!”  When I asked why she shared, it’s because I&CloseCurlyQu…
Hillary Clinton’s Dangerous Mafia Ties (Opinion)
One of the most prevalent theories about the assassination of President Kennedy is he double crossed the mafia.  In Chicago and West Virginia, there were mobsters who helped deliver a very close 1960 election to Kennedy.  Then, in the White House he named his brother Attorney General and w…
The Collapse of Christian America (Opinion)
Drug overdose now kills more Americans than car accidents.  Meanwhile, a new book maintains Christian faith has crumbled in white America and won’t ever return.  Are the two related?  We spent the first-half of Top Story asking the question...
What Milwaukee Foreshadows (Opinion)
The guy shot in Milwaukee wasn’t Nelson Mandela.  Can we make it clear?  Then, when I hear the problem is the “system” because it locks up dads for selling marijuana and leaves kids without role models I ask what kind of model is any dope dealer.…
Christmas Lessons Across the Ages
I used to covet my neighbor’s vacations.  Not where they went but how they planned.  When I was a boy the neighbors would have a route, estimated time of arrival and packing done well in advance.  They would explain they would be back in one week or in two weeks and on…