Taking "baseball on the cheap" to a new level
Baseball on the cheap (a continuing story)
Robert Nutting owns the Ogden Newspaper chain and he's the principle owner of baseball's Pittsburgh Pirates. Editorials found in his papers regularly brag about his company's commitment to journalism. In his media interviews about his baseball team, Nutting repeatedly asserts his . . .
6/25 answer: NO
Trump wants to end due process for undocumented immigrants
From the Washington Post:
President Trump on Sunday explicitly advocated for depriving undocumented immigrants of their due-process rights, arguing that people who cross the border into the United States illegally were invaders and must immediately be deported . . .
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Ogden's "newspapers on the cheap" business plan appears to have left us with a new low in actual news
If you think news should be current and important, don’t bother with the front section of today’s Wheeling News-Register (called with unintended irony, the “news” section). For the most part, the eight-page section includes dated PR releases, rewritten old articles, lots of near life-size pictures, and huge ads – but very little news.. . .
The governor and our local paper remain optimistic. Is it warranted?
Yesterday's lead editorial in the Wheeling News-Register, "A Win for West Virginia and Chinese," reminded me that it has been a while since I last checked in on last fall's energy "memorandum of understanding" between China and West Virginia. Despite numerous questions raised by credible sources at the time, the . . .
According to CNN, Joe Manchin leads in the just-released Monmouth Poll:
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin leads his Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey in the West Virginia Senate race, according to a Monmouth University poll released Wednesday. . . .
The survey shows Manchin with a 48% to 39% advantage over Morrisey, the . . .
He not only joined the "radical liberals," he led the charge
Morrisey attacks Manchin for joining the “radical liberals” in supporting the Keep Families Together Act
From WV Metro News:
In response to U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin’s support of a bill to end a policy dividing families entering the country illegally, Manchin’s Republican opponent for Senate, West Virginia Attorney General . . .
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, . . .