Mike Myer on marijuana and the "change everything" revolution
All of Sunday's column and half of Saturday's column is devoted to an attack upon the legislation that would permit the legalization of medical marijuana. In neither column is there any evidence. To make his case, Myer compares the growing use of medical . . .
Joe keeps sounding more and more like a Republican
I wrote in the previous post that the Washington Post was listing WV Attorney General Patrick Morrisey as a potential challenger for Senator Joe Manchin in 2018. Today's Politico Energy Report suggests the race is already on:
In what could be a preview of a 2018 Senate contest, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey . . .
I wish they would have just sent me the $9.50
Ohio Valley Resources cites the Center for Public Integrity in reporting what most of us already knew about political advertising in the state this year:
“There’s been a ton of ads in West Virginia,” said data reporter Ben Wieder at the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit journalism outlet.
The Center analyzed TV ads in . . .
(with November 7 update)
Front page - "Cole Would Focus on Jobs, Drug Abuse"
The front pages of Wheeling's "newspapers" are sometimes used as an extension of the editorial pages. By using biased headlines, edited AP reports, and editorial-like articles, the papers look to persuade rather than inform. And as we draw . . .
Can the locals get any more blatant in their partisanship?
Hey, I thought that Joselyn King worked for the Wheeling "newspapers" and not the Patrick Morrisey campaign? (Hmmm -- the thought just occurred to me that maybe they are one-and-the-same.) Both of today's papers carried her front-page (I hesitate to call it a "news report") article on Patrick Morrisey's background . . .
The name doesn't matter -- it's all about the $$$ (UPDATED - November 1)
Saturday's Intelligencer editorial section carries an op-ed column by Bryan Holyman who is president of the Associated Builders and Contractors of West Virginia. Holyman's piece is called "In 2016, Special Interests Hide True Intent" and he makes two points about the West Virginia super PAC called West Virginia Family . . .