Central Government Approaching Critical Mass

By WV Watchdog on December 2, 2013

By Dr. Terry Wallace | West Virginia Watchdog
After years of enrichment, our Central Government is very close to achieving critical power mass and triggering the equivalent of an irreversible nuclear reaction that will permanently lower the trajectory of the American way of life and the individual freedom we enjoy.
The give-and-take constitutional balance and rule of [...]

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America is in a World War

By WV Watchdog on July 16, 2013

By Dr. Terry Wallace | West Virginia Watchdog
The United States is at war with the rest of the world and our central government has barely mentioned it to us. We have no plan for winning the war, and even worse, we are losing battle after battle and things are going rapidly downhill. Communicating in newspeak, the central government [...]

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Current Gun Proposals: the Good and the Bad

By WV Watchdog on February 19, 2013

By Amy Purpura | West Virginia Watchdog
On January 16, a little over a month after the tragic Sandy Hook shootings, President Obama and the White House unveiled their proposal for gun control after a month of debates with other policymakers. One of the most controversial measures included in this proposal is a ban on the [...]

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Offering a Salute to America’s Last Doughboy

By WV Watchdog on February 3, 2013

By Dr. Terry Wallace | West Virginia Watchdog
America’s last surviving World War I veteran, West Virginian Frank Woodruff Buckles, died in February 2011. Though we never met, I grew up with many of his Doughboy contemporaries. My grandfather, a World War I cavalryman, was one of them. He was born in 1897 and his hand-colored [...]

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Firearm Policy in the Federal and State Governments

By WV Watchdog on January 29, 2013

By Amy Purpura | West Virginia Watchdog
In the previous article of this series on firearms, one of the biggest myths about gun violence was debunked. Namely, that statistics show more guns do not result in more gun murders. However, the last article did not discuss any of the gun policy in place in the US [...]

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Debunking Myths Surrounding Firearms in the US

By WV Watchdog on January 17, 2013

By Amy Purpura | West Virginia Watchdog
With much fervor currently erupting in the US over the terrible tragedy committed last month in Connecticut, it’s imperative that citizens and policymakers allow their rationality and reason to guide their thinking on solutions instead of being overtaken by emotion. In this spirit, the WV Watchdog will be publishing [...]

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A New Year and New NDAA Legislation

By WV Watchdog on January 7, 2013

By Amy Purpura | West Virginia Watchdog
On January 2, President Obama  signed off on the National Defense Authorization Act of 2013 (NDAA) in addition to the fiscal cliff legislation. While the latter has received much more widespread coverage in the mainstream media, the NDAA bill of 2013 contains provisions that equally affect all Americans regardless [...]

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Reviewing Upcoming US Elections and Media Coverage

By WV Watchdog on October 30, 2012

By Amy Purpura | West Virginia Watchdog
With elections a week away, much of the news has recently been covering the presidential race between President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney, along with some other highly contested federal and state elections. However, little coverage has been given to a small observation mission being conducted [...]

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That Giant Sucking Sound From Washington

By WV Watchdog on October 30, 2012

By Terry Wallace | West Virginia Watchdog
We seldom have a direct vote or voice in setting our levels of taxation.  Federal taxes are imposed by an arrogant and uncaring United States Congress, and I mean both the House of Representatives and the Senate.  Despite record high levels of tax revenues, our debt load is speeding [...]

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Students are choking on more than school lunches

By WV Watchdog on October 16, 2012

By Terry Wallace | West Virginia Watchdog
There seems to be nearly universal brouhaha over the lunch program in our schools these days. How could things get so far out of whack over something so simple?
During my student days at Neffs Elementary School, lunches cost fifteen cents and included whole milk, either chocolate or white, from [...]

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