See if you can guess where it will be held
Here's the invitation
The location is not listed in the invite. Where will it be held?
Trump's Washington D.C. hotel.
Guest staying at President Trump's hotel in Washington, D.C. during a Republican event being held there will be paying three times more than the usual room rates, . . .
No surprises, here: McKinley simply repeats the Republican talking points
This morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer reports that all three of West Virginia’s representatives voted against the formal resolution to open impeachment hearings. In the article, local representative David McKinley once again quotes Alexander Hamilton to justify his opposition to impeachment:
“Our founding fathers never intended . . .
Is this what the president means by "fake news"?
Here's the president's tweet from this afternoon:
AMERICAN HERO! pic.twitter.com/XCCa2sGfsZ— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 30, 2019
A number of news sources are now covering this. The Guardian headlined their story with this:
Trump tweets fake photo of dog in recent Isis raid . . .
A collection of interesting tweets
Fox News covers the cult conducting the impeachment inquiry
Fox Business guest: "Here is how I see what we're calling the impeachment process, inquiry — I see it as a secret ritual conducted by a cult … And I think it's worthwhile thinking of Speaker Pelosi as the high priestess of the cult, and Adam Schiff as a high priest of the cult." . . .
Murray bankruptcy and the continuing decline of the coal industry
Murray declares bankruptcy
From CNBC earlier this morning:
Murray Energy joins growing list of coal companies to declare bankruptcy
Today's Wall Street Journal sees this as a long-term trend:
In Pro-Trump West Virginia Coal Country, the Jobs Keep Leaving
Fixing the blame. . .
The Washington Post delivers again
If you have been following the Bransfield story you need to read this article. Once again, the Washington Post delivers a thoroughly-documented article by reporters Robert O'Harrow Jr. and Shawn Boburg about the abuses of the former West Virginia bishop. (Note -- emphasis in this post is mine.)
The article begins by describing a . . .
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Breaking the law and accumulating wealth
Send in the clowns? (Crashing a congressional hearing)
You’re now probably familiar with Wednesday’s story of how a group of Republican representatives stormed a restricted-access impeachment committee meeting. Here’s the New York Times account:
House Republicans ground the impeachment inquiry to a halt for hours on . . .