PBS does Steubenville, Ohio
On Thursday evening, the PBS News Hour aired a ten minute segment on Steubenville, Ohio narrated by Judy Woodruff:
Steubenville, Ohio, was once a powerhouse of American manufacturing. But like many communities that depended on the steel industry, it has struggled to find its place in the modern economy as the country as a whole . . .
Doesn’t higher education have enough problems?
Congressman Bill Johnson to Youngstown State University?
Here is the front-page headline from this morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer:
Johnson Offered Top Post At YSU
When I first saw the headline, I wondered who “Johnson” might be. Imagine my surprise when I read further -- it was local Ohio congressman . . .
The candidates, a poll, and some thoughts on the WV Trump Party (with 11/16 Intelligencer update)
Representative Alex Mooney attends a rightwing conference in Paris, France
Mike Johnson to headline Paris event aimed at global 'right-wing alliance'https://t.co/OXurrgoceo— Raw Story (@RawStory) November 10, 2023
Speaker of the House Mike Johnson was originally supposed to be the headline speaker but . . .
WV’s treasurer and Republican congressional district 2 candidate attacks Senator Elizabeth Warren
Yesterday, Riley Moore attacked a tweet by Senator Elizabeth Warren:
You send this out a day after an elderly Jewish man was killed in California by a Palestinian protester. WTH is going on in your head??? https://t.co/wTEcoo0Nwc— Riley Moore (@RileyMooreWV) November 7, 2023
Moore, however, says nothing about what Warren . . .
Ogden’s Wheeling papers cover antisemitism
The front page of this morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer featured an article about local antisemitism training hosted yesterday at Wheeling’s Temple Shalom by United States Attorneys William Ihlenheld and the FBI’s Will Thompson:
FBI: No Tip Is Too Small in Preventing Violence
The article explained . . .
Secretary of State and candidate for WV governor, Mac Warner, was apparently in Wheeling Monday:
Secretary Warner was a guest on WTRF in Wheeling on Monday to highlight some of the preparations taking place for the upcoming 2024 presidential election.— WV Secretary of State . . .
Watch the interview by clicking below.https://t.co/BRqZSFIKPH
How is this in any way related to the official business of the State of West Virginia?
On the top of the page of the WV Secretary of State’s “News” page:
Mac Warner’s piece is about Islamic fundamentalism, and it has nothing to do with the WV Secretary of State’s Office. Will any WV media take Warner to task for . . .