West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito was on Morgantown’s WAJR Radio this morning to talk about impeachment. In the segment, Capito briefly explained how impeachment would proceed. She was then asked about additional witnesses:
“I think that’s what we should do, and I haven’t heard both sides, then have questions, and I’m . . .
Trump gives out a stock tip
The Daily Beast describes:
In the five days prior to launching a strike that killed Iran’s most important military leader, Donald Trump roamed the halls of Mar-a-Lago, his private resort in Florida, and started dropping hints to close associates and club-goers that something huge . . .
Can you identify Iran on a map? Could the president? Additionally: the latest poll on Trump’s actions and a video on the MAGA Church
Where is Iran?
Only 28% of Americans can correctly identify it on a map according to a new Morning Consult poll:
A closer look at an Ogden syndicated columnist
I rarely comment on Ogden's syndicated columnists -- I usually have other local, state and national issues that I can write about. This one deserves a post, however.
Ogden's columnists, except for former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich (who can sometimes be found in the Friday News-Register), usually run the gamut from . . .
Posted in: ogden syndicated columnists
WV Senator Capito waits for her instructions on how she should respond
Former national security adviser John Bolton announced in a statement that he is willing to testify in the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. Bolton, who was ousted in September, has been a key figure in the impeachment inquiry. Multiple witnesses in the House impeachment inquiry testified that . . .
Awards, reader favorites, and reader numbers
Each year in early January, I review the previous year’s blog posts and assess my reader numbers.
Since most of my media concerns are local, I give-out yearly awards in three categories: worst news story, worst editorial, and worst column.
2019 Worst News Story Award
This category . . .
Posted in: 2019 awards
Our local Ogden papers ignore the latest news on the continuing Bransfield scandal
On Sunday evening, the Washington Post published another report in its continuing investigation of the Bransfield scandal. (See previous post.) This article examined the controversies surrounding the Diocese of West Virginia’s sale of the former bishop’s home in Wheeling. The article appeared in the Post’s Monday edition. Additionally, the . . .