From the Associated Press:
BREAKING: Senate Republicans blocked a domestic terrorism bill that would have opened debate on gun measures after the deadly Texas school shooting. https://t.co/hMdW0iNItZ— The Associated Press (@AP) May 26, 2022
Yesterday and today, The New York Times asked Republican senators "whether they . . .
Okay, what did the Wheeling Intelligencer consider to be today’s most important story for Wheeling-area readers?
If you guessed the horrific shooting in Texas yesterday, you would be wrong. The Texas school shooting does appear on the front page, but today’s most important article, taking-up nearly half of the front page, was a story . . .
Office of Congressional Ethics releases report
The House Ethics Committee still is considering whether to deepen its investigation into Rep. Alex Mooney. But the Office of Congressional Ethics Report is now available. He may have misused official & campaign funds for personal use (e.g. visit to Aruba!) https://t.co/WQA6MmMK8L pic.twitter.com/TLk4t7y70Z— Daniel Schuman . . .
WV’s senior senator is working on his legacy
The latest on Manchin’s “trail of destruction”:
Manchin's trail of destruction is going to get much worse:— Greg Sargent . . .
* Failure to renew ACA subsidies will spike premiums for millions
* Inaction on climate could do incalculable long term damage
Window is closing. GOP House means no action on either for years:https://t.co/hmY6e7AeGg
It's not unlike the Covid crisis
For over two years, Republicans have fought mask and vaccination requirements put in place to slow the virus. The nimble virus has responded by mutating and then infecting more victims. (We are apparently in the early stages of another virus rally.) Republicans then blame President Biden for not solving the Covid crisis. (Rinse, repeat.). . .
Are there any lessons for West Virginia?
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John Fetterman wins PA primary
This article in this morning’s Salon nicely sums up last . . .
Alex Mooney easily defeated David McKinley for the new West Virginia #2 Republican nomination. Mooney won 54% to 36%. McKinley carried only three counties: Ohio by 28%, Marshall by 9%, and Pleasants by only 1%. Even worse, had the election just been held in McKinley’s old WV #1, he still would have lost to Alex Mooney by 4.4%.
Some . . .