Into denial, it's something Wheeling "newspapers" refuse to do
Yesterday's editorial in the News-Register, "Get Coal Back In Energy Mix," begins by praising President Trump for his efforts to wipe-out Obama's actions on the environment:
He is working energetically to win half the battle on that. He is rolling back illogical Obama-administration rules that were intended to . . .
Are they related?
Virginian Dan Harnsberger has been the subject of several media stories this week. In case you missed them, Harnsberger is a real estate agent by day and a professional wrestler for Appalachian Mountain Wrestling by night. It’s his wrestling name and his persona that has generated the interest: Harnsberger is the Progressive Liberal . . .
It all depends upon how you spin the headline
Reversing a January decision by local U.S. District Court Judge John Preston Bailey, a federal appeals court ruled yesterday that:
. . . . the type of suit brought by Murray Energy and a collection of affiliate companies was not authorized by Congress under the Clean Air Act, and thus the district court did not have jurisdiction . . .
It ain't over till it's over on the Senate's health care proposal
Testing the resolve of our local senators (see previous post)
The Associated Press is reporting that Senate Majority Leader McConnell hasn't given up on Trumpcare. Earlier today he sweetened the pot to get our local Republican senators (Capito and Portman) to support the Republican health care proposal:
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Tuesday night headline from the Charleston Gazette-Mail website: "After vote delay, Capito says she opposes current ACA repeal bill"
G-M Reporter Erin Beck fills us in on the details:
After Senate Republican leadership announced Tuesday that no vote on their health care bill would take place this week, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., announced Tuesday afternoon she does not support the current version of the GOP plan to repeal and replace the Affordable . . .
A straightforward article assesses the damage Trumpcare would do to West Virginia
Michael Tomasky' s thesis is stated in the headline of today's Daily Beast article:
If She Votes for Trumpcare, Her Home State Gets Mauled
And the subheading explains why:
No senator who has yet to . . .
11. Overall, for every ~300 to 800 adults who get coverage, rigorous studies suggest we save one life per year.— Atul Gawande (@Atul_Gawande) June 21, 2017
Can't we all just get along (by not criticizing Trump)?
I previously wrote about Monday's News-Register editorial, "Think About How Words Are Heard," . . .