Maybe she needs to pay more attention to what her constituents are saying about healthcare
From today's Morning Consult Senate Approval Rankings:
The most dramatic swings in approval came for Republican Sens. Shelley Moore Capito (W.Va.) and Sen. Cory Gardner (Colo.). Their net rankings both went down 18 percentage points.
Since Morning Consult’s last release in July, West Virginians’ approval of Capito has fallen 8 points, . . .
Look for an abridged version of the AP story on page 9 (below the weather map, next to the Goren bridge column and above the Bleifus Tire ad)
Here is today's front page (via Kiosko. net) of five major U.S. newspapers:
While each of the newspapers (with the exception of USA Today) does feature local stories on its front page, the top story on each of these newspapers is the indictment of Trump campaign officials.
Turn to the front page of this morning's Intelligencer and . . .
Senator Manchin held a town hall in Berkeley Springs on Friday while McKinley and the rest of WV's Republican delegation are still zero-for-2017
Senator Manchin held a town hall in Berkeley Springs on Friday
From the Associated Press:
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin told West Virginia voters that the nation's biggest threat comes from unaddressed, excessive spending.
The Democratic senator held a town hall meeting Friday in Berkeley Springs, where he responded to a number of questions . . .
Trump, the Republican Party, and of course, Wheeling “newspapers” response to questions about the president’s Russian connections? Attack Hillary.
Trump, some Republicans, and rightwing media are back to one of their old tricks to deflect the increasing scrutiny of the president’s Russian connections – bring back a previously discredited story about Hillary Clinton, Russia and uranium. Trump on Tuesday and Wednesday raised the point again followed by the usual suspects. Breitbart, for . . .
”How can someone with his focus on defending the industry at all costs be the right choice for the federal agency in charge of overseeing that industry?”
The above quote is from Davie Ransdell who was a former supervisor at the Kentucky Division of Mine Permits. Ransdell is talking about J. Steven Gardner who the Trump administration just named to head the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement. From Ken Ward, Jr. in this morning’s Charleston Gazette-Mail:
President Donald Trump . . .
Of the following national news stories, which has received the most coverage so far this week (Monday through Wednesday) in the Wheeling Intelligencer?
- a. Coverage of Republican congressional opposition (Jeff Flake and Bob Corker) to Donald Trump
- b. David Letterman honored with Mark Twain Prize
- c. The status of relief efforts in Puerto Rico . . .
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With 10/25 update
Like our president, it believes that the rest of the media has not treated it fairly
I’ve been writing about Sinclair Broadcasting’s growth for a couple of months. Here’s some recent additional material from Andy Kroll at Mother Jones:
From the 1980s to the present, Smith and his three brothers built their small family company into the . . .
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