Look what we found in the swamp to oversee the prosecution of crimes against the environment
From Lee Fang in The Intercept:
Donald Trump Puts Coal Lobbyist in Charge of Prosecuting Environmental Crimes
A LOBBYIST FOR a utility company that heavily relies on coal-fueled power . . .
Effects and possible solutions
How would repealing Obamacare affect West Virginia?
Here are the key findings from the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy report released earlier this week:
– At least 184,000 West Virginians could lose health insurance coverage, many of whom are working in low-wage jobs such as food services.
– An estimated . . .
Silence from the Wheeling "newspapers" on Trump's use of executive orders
Readers of Ogden "newspapers" saw them on a regular basis -- editorials and Mike Myer columns that told us how terrible President Obama (our "imperial president") was for issuing executive orders. For example, from an October editorial:
President Barack Obama is notorious for using executive orders and other . . .
Is he a new Ogden favorite?
Agreeing with President Trump on voter fraud
President Trump continues to claim that three to five million ballots were illegally cast and he wants an investigation. No evidence has yet been supplied and on this issue most Republicans appear to be distancing themselves from the president. Not all Republicans however -- in West . . .
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"The Onion" is the answer to the question "who could have predicted that Donald Trump would become president?"
Real fake news got it right back in 2012!
My hunch is that most of my readers are familiar with The Onion, a satirical online news site that uses the conventions of the news business to satirize mainstream news. There are many reasons for its success but I think its ability to closely imitate the style and substance of real news is an important element in its success -- the story may . . .
"Fair and accurate" are not words that come to my mind when describing the local "newspapers"
I'm in the process of putting together a blog post on how our local "newspapers" are covering the Trump administration. However, this morning's Wheeling Intelligencer editorial, "Media Not All Biased," has temporarily placed that post on a back burner.
The editorial begins:
One can hardly . . .