From an AP report in the Wheeling Intelligencer on June 23:
Ex-West Virginia Lawmaker Sentenced to 3 Months for Role in Capitol Riot
A former West Virginia lawmaker who livestreamed himself on Facebook storming the U.S. Capitol and cheering on what he described as a “revolution” was . . .
This listener did not learn much
This morning, two of the segments on WV Metro’s “Talkline” featured guests who discussed yesterday’s January 6 hearing.
Guy Lewis: no balance and little disclosure
Here’s the clip:
Were there any additional problems created by former President Donald Trump from the testimony by Cassidy Hutchinson? Guy Lewis, Former U.S. . . .
Problems continue to pile-up at the Aspen Times
Robert Nutting’s Wheeling-based Ogden Newspapers obtained the Aspen Times at the end of November as part of its purchase of Swift Communications. (I wrote about it here.) Since then, the paper has had problems and recently, Colorado College journalism professor Corey Hutchins wrote about some of them:
Six months after Ogden . . .
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Where were they when the legislation was passed in 2021?
Reporter Ryan Quinn, in today’s Charleston Gazette-Mail, explains:
West Virginia’s Board of Education president and the state schools superintendent are asking a judge to block the state’s upcoming nonpublic school vouchers program.
It’s an exceedingly rare public break between the state’s top public education officials and . . .
Senator Joe Manchin on the abortion decision
From his congressional website:
“I am deeply disappointed that the Supreme Court has voted to . . .
Has Senator Capito learned anything from the January 6 hearings?
Last Friday, WVVA reported:
. . .
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) shared her thoughts on the House of Representatives’ first three January 6th Select Committee hearings on Friday.
“I think we’re learning things that we hadn’t heard,” said Capito.
Attention, Senator Capito
I know you are still deciding, but here's an interesting poll from Fox News:
seen on Fox News pic.twitter.com/OUza5WFiHm— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 19, 2022
Except that Greitans is the current governor of Missouri and he's running for the U.S. Senate:
We are . . .