Accuses Democrats of McCarthyism
This morning's Washington Post explains
"5 takeaways from Scott Pruitt’s grilling in Congress."
Here's a screen shot of takeaway #4:
(The video is here.)
Yes, despite major ethical lapses and non-answers to questions about conflicts of interest and excessive spending, some . . .
The Ogden campaign to defeat Democrat Joe Manchin continues
Since the story originated with the Associated Press, I googled a phrase from this morning's front page Wheeling Intelligencer article on Democrat Joe Manchin's fundraising efforts. The search yielded 121 hits at 11 AM this morning. By looking only at the headline, see if you can spot the Wheeling Intelligencer link on my screen grab . . .
WTRF (Wheeling) recycles an old McKinley news story and then interviews the congressman about the two-week-old event
Some background: Congressman David McKinley questioned the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, on April 11. At that time it was news and McKinley received a great deal of local and nationwide coverage for his questions to the CEO on how Facebook was not dealing with opioid advertising.
Almost two weeks later, here is a screenshot of . . .
(Updated with results) Here's something to keep you interested if you're watching the Republican debate tonight
Which candidate will get 5-in-a-row first?
Assign a card to each of the candidates and fill the space as they say the words:
First to get five-in-a-row wins!
According to my bookie, here are the current odds on winning:
- Patrick Morrisey 8 - 5 (the favorite even though "blowing-up . . .
A look at some of the online reaction to the West Virginia teacher strike
On Thursday, Fortune published its annual list of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders. There, among heads-of-state, movers, shakers, CEO’s, and football coaches are “West Virginia Teachers” sitting at number 31.
For years, it has been universally acknowledged that American public school teachers are . . .
Posted in: wv teachers
WV’s senatorial candidates have it all wrong – we don’t need another “outsider” who will shake-up (or blow-up in Morissey’s case) Washington
What West Virginia needs is another “insider” like Robert C. Byrd
This post was prompted by an excellent essay in the Washington Post:
Stop treating voters like idiots. Thanks in advance
by Paul Wildman. Wildman explains:
[O]ur politics is no less dumb than it ever was. I’d like to take a look at one variant of that stupidity, which says that this vaguely defined . . .
One more example of the locals' fascination with all things Gee
I can't make this up. The front page headline reads:
WVU President E. Gordon Gee Visits Wheeling
And the article begins:
Prospective West Virginia University students and their parents got the chance to ask university President Gordon Gee “anything.”
Gee was in Wheeling at Oglebay’s . . .