The NY Times discusses the Trump presidency and Manchin's role
Sunday's New York Times Magazine featured a long article by Robert Draper, "Trump vs. Congress: Now What?" In the article Draper discussed the role that the West Virginia senator might play:
The Senate Democrat who, to outward appearances, . . .
I know, I know -- their "facts" need to adjust to what just happened
Here is what an Intelligencer editorial claimed on March 9:
But in contrast to the arrogance of Pelosi and her fellow Democrats in shoving Obamacare down our throats without even explaining it in advance, Republican lawmakers are taking a different approach.
Here is what today's editorial claims:
. . .
It's all part of an ultra-liberal conspiracy!
Not knowing it when they see it
The West Virginia legislature and governor are still miles away from any budget agreement. Trump's health plan, which was given an editorial pass by our local "newspapers," didn't even get a vote from the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Trump's claim that he was wiretapped by Obama, which the locals have . . .
I'm working on a longer post but I couldn't help noting that today's Wheeling News-Register continues to run Andrew Napolitano's syndicated column. Earlier this week, even Fox News dropped him. From the LA Times:
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano is being kept off the air indefinitely amid . . .
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The locals bring in the strawmen for support
Positive coverage of Wheeling from Reuters
Earlier this week the international news agency Reuters featured Wheeling in an article about the growing acceptance of LGBT rights:
In conservative America, small cities stand up for LGBT rights
As the article explains:
Defying stereotypes in the U.S. culture wars over lesbian, gay, bisexual and . . .