Today's News-Register editorial: Hillary's not president but she still needs to be investigated
From an editorial, "Investigate Clinton Ties to Russia, Too," in the afternoon Wheeling News-Register:
Take the big uranium deal a few years ago. It allowed Russia to gain control of about one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States. The State Department - with Hillary Clinton at its head - . . .
Now the worst in America according to a study by CNBC
CNBC moves West Virginia to #1 in their annual survey of worst states for business
The feat was accomplished in just three years of business-friendly Republican legislative control. Here's the headline from CNBC:
. . .
In an economic death spiral: West Virginia is America's worst state for business in 2017
"I know I need a small vacation" (Jim Webb)
Pushing important legislation
Journeyman Linemen deserve to be recognized. I introduced the bipartisan H.Res. 430 to designate July 10 as National Journeyman Linemen Day— David B. McKinley (@RepMcKinley) July 10, 2017
Otherwise, staying out of the news and getting ready for the month-long August recess
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WV Attorney General Morrisey to run for Senate
The Charleston Gazette-Mail is reporting that Patrick Morrisey will be running for senate:
Morrisey, who is scheduled to appear at a rally in Harper’s Ferry on Monday evening, said he is running to forward conservative values such as rolling back environmental protections, . . .
Our Sunday "newspaper" continues its mission of providing no or low information for the uninformed
If you go to Kiosko.net and look at the front page of today's major U.S. newspapers, you'd probably conclude that no one story dominates the news. However, most of the five newspapers featured at the top of the site dedicated major space to the following stories:
- President Trump's attendance at the G-20 Summit
- . . .
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A two-question quiz
Here's a more complete version of the quote, from E & E News (Environment and Energy News) last Friday:
Carbon capture and sequestration does not work. It's a pseudonym for 'no coal '. . . . It is neither practical nor economic, carbon capture and sequestration. It is just cover for the politicians, . . .
Representative McKinley speaks to a huge throng at Palantine Park
(photo credit -- Mountaineers for Progress via The Daily Anthenaeum)
From Douglas Soule in yesterday's online edition of West Virginia University's student newspaper, The Daily Anthenaeum:
Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., visited . . .