A recurring series that will chronicle WV's Republican senatorial primary
Fresh off its win in Alabama, Bannon/Breitbart backs Morrisey's candidacy
After opposing President Trump's and Mitch McConnell's candidate and winning with the far-right Judge Roy Moore, Steve Bannon has moved on to other primary races including one in West Virginia. The Hill reports:
A source familiar with Bannon's plans . . .
Here's the opening sentence of the Intelligencer's front-page, semi-weekly installment of "what Republican candidates are thinking with obligatory picture of David McKinley":
West Virginia gubernatorial candidate Bill Cole says he “prays for a Donald Trump White House.”
The other noteworthy quote came from Attorney . . .
Hint -- his choice isn't Hillary
Murray Energy CEO Robert Murray commented to Columbus Business First on some of the candidates for president:
Carly Fiorina: "a great lady."
Ted Cruz: "could be the guy."
Rick Santorum: "a friend for decades."
Murray thinks that Donald Trump will eventually flash out:
I think he alienates too many people to get . . .
Who cares -- it's just a theory
As of 10 AM this morning there were 4250 sources that carried this AP report:
Most GOP Candidates Flunk Climate Science
Not surprisingly, the Wheeling Intelligencer was not among them.
Here is what the AP did:
At the request of The Associated Press, eight climate and biological scientists graded for scientific accuracy what a dozen top . . .
Let's see if this gets any coverage in the national media. From the Guardian:
Jeb Bush will convene next week with a clutch of coal mining barons and reliable Republican party donors who have paid at least $7,500 each to huddle in secret with the presidential hopeful at a golfing and fly-fishing retreat in a hidden-away corner of . . .