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 . . .
The West Virginia’s delegation and Jim Jordan
Like yesterday, both WV representatives, Alex Mooney and Carol Miller, supported Jim Jordan:
Fair and balanced
Today's 300-word lead editorial speaks to the obvious:
House Needs New Speaker Quickly
The Intelligencer editorial uses WV Republican Senator Shelley Moore Capito’s description of the mess, “chaotic,” as it’s starting point and ends imploring Congress to find a speaker quickly so that . . .
Riley Moore visits Wheeling and gets the royal (Moore) treatment (with 10/7 update)
WV Treasurer and Ogden favorite Riley Moore visits Wheeling!
It’s been a couple of months since the Wheeling Intelligencer last featured one of its favorite politicians, WV's state treasurer, Riley Moore. Not to worry, today’s paper made up for the omissions with two articles as Moore visited Wheeling yesterday. The . . .
Will the last remaining Republican (Shelley?) please turn out the lights
Yesterday, from Delegate Moore Capito (Shelley Moore Capito’s son, Arch Moore’s grandson, and Riley Moore’s cousin), who is running for governor:
As a 6th generation West Virginian and father of two young children, the future of our state is personal to me. I've long said that I would choose to support the Republican nominee for President . . .