WV Delegate Chris Pritt makes the case for believing that Big Foot, the Loch Ness monster, and the teaching of CRT in West Virginia are all real
The issue: WV Republican’s anti-stereotype (anti-CRT) legislation
This weekend’s Wheeling New Register carried an op-ed by WV Delegate Chris Pritt (R-Kanawha) in which he made the case for the legislation he introduced earlier this month:
Anti-Stereotyping Act Strengthens W.Va.’s Public Schools
This is how Pritt . . .
The WV House considers legislation to arm WV teachers and school personnel
As reported by Ryan Quinn in today’s Charleston Gazette-Mail, the WV House Education Committee advanced a bill for school districts to allow school personnel to be armed:
The West Virginia House Education Committee has again advanced a bill that would let teachers and principals bring concealed guns into public schools, if their . . .
And this one is supported by a recently resigned WV Supreme Court justice
From Lacie Pierson in today’s Charleston Gazette-Mail:
The House of Delegates is advancing a bill that would remove the means for West Virginia workers and their families to seek financial relief beyond workers compensation insurance in the event they’re injured or killed due to negligence or . . .
Blaming Biden for inflation without mentioning corporate profits
It’s the same old song
From the WV GOP:
"As American families already pay $276 more per month because of Bidenflation, this double whammy to the wallet sure does hurt." https://t.co/mPoXiNN3Vd— WVGOP (@WVGOP) February 14, 2022
From our local congressman, David McKinley:
President Biden’s Valentine to America:
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Deleting government documents: A look at the Wheeling Intelligencer’s coverage of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
First, a quick history:
Trump got elected in part by attacking Clinton for deleting emails that she deemed personal, then spent four years destroying official documents despite federal law. @AshleyRParker @jdawsey1 @thamburger @JaxAlemany https://t.co/bbQa9V2geU— Peter Baker (@peterbakernyt) February 6, 2022
The Wheeling . . .
Earlier today, from the Associated Press: “Christian revival at school prompts student walkout in W.Va.” (with 2/10 Intelligencer update)
This was a public school and for some classes, attendance at the revival was required
The religious revival happened last week at Huntington High School; the students walked out earlier today as a protest. From AP reporter, Leah Willingham:
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Between calculus and European history classes at a West Virginia public high school, 16-year-old Cameron Mays and his classmates were told by their . . .
Posted in: first amendment
A look at a WV Pro-Life group’s message to Delegate Danielle Walker
From WV Metro News’ Brad McElhinny:
Black delegate receives an anti-abortion message conveyed by a Klan image
The article begins:
West Virginia’s only Black, female delegate was targeted with an anti-abortion message showing an image of a klansman.
Delegate Danielle Walker, D-Monongalia, received . . .