Some additional coverage of Trump's Pittsburgh energy speech
Of course, there were no discouraging words to be found in local reporter and fossil fuel propagandist Casey Junkins' coverage of Donald Trump's speech to the energy conference in Pittsburgh last Thursday. (I wrote about it here.) There were certainly some in the national media, however. Here's a summary of some of those reports.. . .
Candidate Doug Reynolds finally gets some local coverage
This morning's Intelligencer had a page 1 story on the Democratic candidate for Attorney General, Doug Reynolds. The article mentioned his background and explained some of his positions. The piece marks the first time this election year that Reynolds has been mentioned, let . . .
After Friday's "Trump: Hillary Waging Costly 'War on Energy' " (see below), Saturday became "attack Hillary/ignore Donald" day. A Google search of potential Clinton and Trump news stories yields numerous AP reports (see the polls below, for instance) that might have been used in Saturday's . . .
Trump, Cole and Morrisey -- did they miss anyone?
"Trump: Hillary Waging Costly 'War on Energy' "
This headline in a large font accompanied by a 4" x 6" picture of Donald Trump, dominates the top half of this morning's Intelligencer front page. The article, by Intelligencer reporter and propagandist for the fossil fuel industry Casey Junkins, covers . . .
Page 5 of this morning's "newspaper" carried part of an AP story that examined how candidates' Clinton and Trump responded to the recent police shootings of black men. The Intelligencer headline reads:
Clinton, Trump Decry Latest Cop Shootings
Unfortunately for those interested in how both . . .
Intelligencer uses AG office's press release as news
On page 7 of this morning's Intelligencer, the reader can find the following story (no link found) about our attorney general and his investigation into the cost of Mylan's EpiPen:
W.Va. Attorney General Seeks Enforcement of Subpoena
Other . . .
Newsweek examines the Right's strategy in attacking Clinton's "deplorables" and "putting coal miners out of work" speeches
Neil Buchanan writing in Newsweek on Saturday:
Trump and his people are now rolling out the oldest of Republican campaign themes: Find a statement by a Democrat that can be taken out of context, repeat it endlessly and claim to be horrified that Democrats could be so unfeeling, callous, or unpatriotic. Trump is, finally, a true . . .