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Amtrak needs investigation

June 8, 2010 Federal programs are notorious for not being able to stay within budget. Amtrak, the government-owned railroad, is an excellent exampl. more »»

China position on N. Korea reveals much

June 3, 2010 China has always been a security blanket for North Korea’s vicious leaders. more »»

Congress needs to study spill

May 27, 2010 President Barack Obama has pledged that the “cozy relationship” between oil companies and government regulators will end. That is not the first time such a promise has been made, of cours. more »»

Safety first this holiday weekend

May 25, 2010 Nice weather arrived prior to the traditional Memorial Day holiday weekend kick-off to the travel, recreation and vacation season, sending just about anybody who can get there outside to enjoy... more »»

Law officers deserve our praise

May 20, 2010 Here in our area, we are blessed with some of the safest communities in the nation. more »»

Congress should study oil spill

May 11, 2010 With oil from a gigantic spill in the Gulf of Mexico already washing up on U.S. beaches, five congressional committees have announced they will hold hearings on the ecological disaster. more »»

Wildfire risk remains extreme

April 30, 2010 It appears this spring is going to continue without much rain, which will extend the wildfire season much longer than usual. more »»

Iraqi forces taking control

April 29, 2010 The deaths of two al-Qaida leaders in Iraq, reported last week, probably were not terribly significant in terms of damage to the terrorist organization. more »»

Time to deal with deficit is now

April 27, 2010 One might think a national debt of $12.8 trillion — about $42,000 for every man, woman and child in the United States — would be a self-evident call for reform. more »»

Retirement plan good for state

April 26, 2010 Recently, the Michigan Senate passed a public employee retirement plan, an initiative that would possibly save more than $200 million for public schools. more »»

Cyber security a top priority

April 21, 2010 Senators discussing cyberspace security with a general this week made it clear they have reservations concerning the matter — and not without good cause. Lt. Ge. more »»

Nuclear threat real, present

April 20, 2010 It simply is not possible to rid the world of nuclear weapons, as President Barack Obama says he hopes can happen one day. more »»

Mine safety needs more work

April 19, 2010 Four years ago, in the wake of a string of underground coal mining accidents, West Virginia and the federal government took a hard look at safety in the mines. more »»

Funerals no place for picketers

April 16, 2010 Funerals are a sacred and solemn event. more »»

Check out your local library

April 15, 2010 We here at The Daily Mining Gazette are huge fans of literacy, so we take this opportunity to join our local libraries in marking National Library Week. more »»

Mickelson win just what PGA needed

April 14, 2010 With sordid talk of affairs, nightclub managers and cocktail waitresses dominating many of the Masters golf tournament headlines this past week, the Professional Golf Association got the feel-good... more »»

Mine hazards must be minimized

April 13, 2010 Coal mines are more dangerous than most other workplaces. For that reason, extraordinary steps are taken to minimize the hazards miners face. more »»

Congress shares blame for subprime mess

April 12, 2010 Members of a special commission established by Congress to investigate the mountain of bad mortgage debt that helped drive the nation into recession were to question representatives of Citigroup In. more »»

Militia cells amount to terrorism

April 9, 2010 In a nation of more than 300 million people, it is inevitable that a few cults organized by murderous lunatics will be found. Most of the time, they merely talk about armed attacks. more »»

Budget decisions must be made

March 31, 2010 With Michigan lawmakers off on a two-week spring break and no consensus in sight on the state budget crisis, the rest of the state is merely left to wring our hands and worr. more »»



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