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 This country seems to be in discord. Our problems go back to electing leaders that are not qualified to lead or to have the positions that have been provided through association or favorites of a ruling party. I remember watching tv in the late 90's and masses of men in China were walking t…

This is the last of our four part series, but before concluding this series, an update on part three is in order.  The FOURTH consecutive nominee has been nominated for the Federal Reserve Board of Directors, who believe in a return to the gold standard.  Judy Shelton is just the latest of f…

I will celebrate the 4th. I remember talking to my dad who served as a Marine in three campaigns in WWII in the Pacific. He said people need to understand life is not fair and it is a constant struggle. Many have died protecting the freedoms seen in this country. No wonder people flock to ou…

The following series of articles is about the ownership of gold and concluding with silver, along with the outlook for the U. S. dollar and Federal Reserve moving forward, but based on a different perspective.  One might even say it potentially borders on conspiracy theory.  With that being …

Elisa is a featured columnist and visiting author living in Cincinnatti. Elisa lived in Appalachia for several years and does feel connected to the area. This columnist will submit, as time allows, and adds a unique voice to our publication ~Editor

Father’s Day is right around the corner. He has all the “World’s Greatest Dad” mugs, has saved all the cards that you handmade with coupons and even has the tie collection that grows every holiday hanging in the closet. Isn’t it time to get Dad, Pops, Papaw, Baby-Daddy or any other special g…

This installment is the first in a series of Friday columns that can be read and digested in under six minutes, created by featured columnist, Randolph Evans:

For all the Republican back-slapping in Charleston about how much they've done for the state since assuming the majority, the jobs forecast for West Virginia is still somewhat unsettled. According to a 24/7 Wall Street study, the state ranks 47th in the nation in overall business climate.

Among scientists, Darwin's theory of evolution is still the accepted story of how living things came to be, but proponents of a theory known as “intelligent design” claim they can stump Darwin: Life, they say, is simply too complicated to have arrived by chance.