It certainly doesn't look like consumers
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The Navigable Waters Protection Rule is emblematic of @POTUS' insistence on commonsense regs that do not inhibit economic growth & is predicated on a clear reading of Clean Water Act that protects the environment & preserves the role of states in protecting their water resources.— Shelley Moore Capito (@SenCapito) January 23, 2020
Is she giving her “undivided attention” and listening “acutely” during the impeachment trial? You be the judge
From Senator Shelley Moore Capito’s op-ed in this morning’s Bluefield Daily Telegraph:
Impeachment is a serious issue that deserves the Senate’s undivided attention, and my colleagues and I intend to treat this process as such and perform our constitutional duty.
But here is Michael McAuliff, political reporter . . .
West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey adds his name to the long list of term limit hypocrites
Here is Patrick Morrisey’s position on term limits in January of 2015 as reported by the Huntington Herald-Dispatch:
Morrisey defeated five-term incumbent Darrell McGraw in 2012 to become the first Republican attorney general in West Virginia since 1933. Vowing not to serve any more than two terms, Morrisey said he thinks it . . .
President Trump explaining why the day is important
It was exactly three years ago today, January 20, 2017, that I was sworn into office. So appropriate that today is also MLK jr DAY. African-American Unemployment is the LOWEST in the history of our Country, by far. Also, best Poverty, Youth, and Employment numbers, ever. Great!— Donald . . .
Today’s paper carries the congressman’s op-ed bragging about all the accomplishments that “we” (he and his office staff) were able to accomplish
Ogden’s efforts to re-elect local congressman David McKinley began today as the News-Register published McKinley’s first op-ed of the new year:
Behind the Headlines, Things Got Done in Washington
McKinley tells us early on:
Behind all of the blaring national headlines, there were notable bipartisan . . .
From the front page of today's Washington Post: "National Archives exhibit blurs images critical of President Trump"
Today’s Washington Post has an important story about how the National Archives is rewriting history:
The large color photograph that greets visitors to a National Archives exhibit celebrating the centennial of women’s suffrage shows a massive crowd filling Pennsylvania Avenue NW for the Women’s March on Jan. 21, 2017, . . .
Trump's lawbreaking, a member of his family proves she's in the right family, and another Christian voice speaks out
“But he didn’t break any law.” Really?
Here’s an important AP article you won’t find* in this morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer:
Watchdog: White House violated law in freezing Ukraine aid
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House violated federal law in withholding security assistance to . . .