Her thoughts on the debate and Trump’s Supreme Court nominee
Hey, WOAY, these are terrible answers. Did you ask any follow-up questions? (Apparently not.)
From Oakhill West Virginia's WOAY Newswatch:
WASHINGTON D.C. (WOAY) – In a phone conference on Wednesday, Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito called the debate on Tuesday between President Trump and Democratic Nominee . . .
A fall 2020 update of the Nutting business model
Over the last two years, I have done several posts on what I believe is Robert Nutting’s business model for his newspapers and his baseball team (“on the cheap”). (I first described the model here.) The plan entails spending as little as possible while producing a less-than-mediocre (at best) product. Here are some very recent events that may . . .
Is it part of their hypocrisy or are they just rubbing the Democrats’ faces in it?
In a tweet earlier today, the West Virginia GOP quotes the Senate Democratic Minority Leader, Charles Schumer:
Senate Democrats have agreed, the Supreme Court needs 9 justices to function properly:
Minority Leader Chuck Schumer: “Every day that goes by without a ninth justice is another day the American people’s business is not getting . . .
John McCabe, of course, publishes it – for Ogden, political priorities always trump ethical or professional considerations
John McCabe, the Editorial Director for Ogden Newspapers and the Managing Editor of Ogden’s Wheeling newspapers, recently retweeted the following post:
At 1:37 "The reason I was able to stay sequestered at home was because some black woman was able to stock the grocery shelf"
Why does Biden think that it's only black people who stock . . .
Senator Capito confirms that she is hypocrite
Senator Shelley Moore Capito a short time ago:
Of course, this is the opposite of what she . . .
The question: What did Senator Capito and our local Ogden newspapers say in 2016 about replacing a Supreme Court justice in a presidential election year?
As Senator Shelley Moore Capito awaits her Republican talking points on voting on a new U.S. Supreme Court justice, I thought it might be informative to see what our senator said four years ago.
On March 16, 2016, President Barack Obama introduced Merrick Garland as his nominee for the Supreme Court. . . .
Transparency? What's that?
At the top of page 4 of this morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer is this headline:
Fort Henry Restoration Awarded $1.2M Federal Loan
The article, a rewrite of a Manchin/Capito joint press release, begins:
U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., and Joe Manchin D-W.Va., members of the Senate . . .