Downward tilting toilets
BREAKING NEWS: Say goodbye to comfort breaks! New downward-tilting toilets are designed to become unbearable to sit on after five minutes. They say the main benefit is to employees in improved employee productivity. pic.twitter.com/lfDbeXJdCX— Dave Vescio (@DaveVescio) December 17, 2019
Locally, a much . . .
Posted in: impeachment
He doesn’t blame the trainees, he blames education. I disagree.
Last week, local editor Mike Myer argued that the “Fault Is Ours, Not Trainees.’” In that column, Myer contrasted today’s students with those who grew up after World War II:
West Virginians then understood what the Nazi salute stood for — murderous, organized, institutional evil.
Do younger people, not just here but in other . . .
The paper needs a more up-to-date explanation of what they are
Two more today
Two days ago, I documented how half of the stories on its front page were word-for-word public relations releases. Today, we get more of the same.
Jury foreman works with the accused to formulate strategy
From The Hill:
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is pledging that he'll be in "total coordination" with the White House as he plots the GOP strategy for an impeachment trial.
McConnell, during an interview with Fox News, repeatedly . . .
Two old (October) stories featured on today’s front pages
1. An October 22 PR release from WVU gets front-page coverage
Here’s a screenshot of the original:
Here’s that same press release (word-for-word) on the front page of today’s Wheeling newspapers:
WVU Extension Service Program Helps Youth Struggling With Weight, Pre-Diabetes
2. E-Tablets . . .
Posted in: yesterday's news tomorrow
Don’t worry, Dorothy – you’re in West Virginia where the landscape is different, but the politics are the same
Trump’s popularity continues: West Virginians and impeachment
MetroNews just released its latest poll by Research America Inc. and probably to no one’s surprise, West Virginians do not support the impeachment of President Trump.
59 percent of West Virginia voters believe Congress should not impeach Trump and that he . . .
Another weekend, another Riley Moore article
Yes, it's another weekend and time for yet another Ogden article about their new favorite, Riley Moore, candidate for West Virginia state treasurer.
What's the reason for the article?
He visited Wheeling sometime this past week.
How does it begin?
As with the previous two articles, we . . .