Fifties' sci-fi and now "Fatal Attraction"
First, West Virginia's Republican senatorial candidate, Patrick Morrisey, did low-budget 50's sci-fi and blew-up Washington D.C. Now Leah Vukmir, Republican senatorial candidate in Wisconsin, channels Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction. Listen to her voice and notice the gun on the table. Be careful, Planned Parenthood and union bosses, . . .
(with afternoon update)
This is what Senator Capito told MetroNews yesterday:
“Anyone who wishes to immigrate to the United States should do so through the legal process in compliance with our laws,” she said. “I know we can do better than some of the stories of family separation being reported in the news recently, and it’s . . .
Demonstrating courage on keeping families together!
From The Daily Beast earlier this afternoon:
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), a conservative member of the Democratic Party, announced his support on Monday for the Keep Families Together Act, making him the final Democratic member (plus independents Angus King and Bernie . . .
She'll be meeting with the President on funding for his border wall and co-leading the efforts to secure the necessary funding
Compared to our other West Virginia senator, Joe Manchin, Shelley Moore Capito seldom makes news. I think she likes to keep a low profile and I've noted on a couple of occasions that she looks uncomfortable with some of the more front-and-center, purely-political responsibilities of her office. I google her name every 3 or 4 days to see . . .
A predictable editorial with a predictable scapegoat
After the Wheeling Intelligencer published four articles of questionable front-page news value in three days from West Virginia University's Academic Media Days, an editorial (or Myer column) was the predictable next step. Today's editorial focused on the first of those four stories in which WVU's President E. Gordon Gee discussed . . .
I must be wrong – there’s nothing about it in this morning’s Intelligencer
If you watched any national news yesterday on network or cable channels, the top story was the same. If you go to Kiosko, you'll find that all five of today’s featured papers plus The Wall Street Journal placed it at the top of their front page. As the Associated Press headlined it in one of its many reports:
Watchdog: Comey . . .
Remember that Department of the Interior study on the health impacts of mountain removal that was canceled last year for no apparent reason?
You’ll be glad to know that Interior’s inspector general investigated why it was canceled
Unfortunately, we still don’t have a reason for the cancelation
On Tuesday, Reuters published an important story on why last year’s major study of the effects of mountaintop removal was abruptly terminated:
The U.S. Interior Department has been unable to adequately explain why it canceled a $1 million study on the . . .
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