Monthly Archives: June 2015

Jeb and George by Perry Mann

June 12, 2015, Perry Mann letter to Charleston Gazette Editor, Jeb Bush is a presidential candidate. Before the world knew it, he was faced with the legacy of his brother’s two terms, one of which was gifted by the Supreme … Continue reading

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Elk River Blues

by Parker Sterling From its source in the Allegheny Mountains to its 177 mile stretch and 3,435 feet elevation drop to the mouth at the Kanawha River, the Elk River is considered a “geological marvel” and the longest river wholly … Continue reading

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Bloodletting in Kansas

This op-ed appeared in June 12, 2015 Charleston Gazette. It can be found at http://goatrope.blogspot.com/2015/06/bad-medicine.html In the course of human events, to coin a phrase, people have tried to use remedies that did more harm than good. Over and over. … Continue reading

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Paul Miller, My Protector

The Charleston Gazette today wrote of the death of Paul Miller. He was president of West Virginia University when I started as WVU foreign student adviser in January of 1964. He was my protector. In 1967, West Virginia University was to award West … Continue reading

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