Off and on, I have been working on a longer post about how West Virginia's population (especially among its younger citizens) will continue to decline and the consequences it will have for the state. I'll get back to it, but for now, I'll note how WVU's president, E. Gordon Gee, has recently made a major contribution to that . . .
Editorial: local Ohio counties “no longer have a voice”?
This may be the dumbest editorial I’ve read in the 9+ years of doing this blog. (And, trust me, that takes in a lot of lousy editorials.) Under the title, “Quick Look at Issue 1 Results,” the Wheeling News-Record tells us what the Ohio’s vote on Amendment 1 demonstrates:. . .
Updating the WV senate race with some serious commentary from the candidates!
Important questions from Governor Jim Justice at the top of his Twitter page:
You may have heard that Trump’s lawyers want to see Donald Trump's case moved to West Virginia:
Trump lawyer John Lauro on CBS: "We would like a diverse venue, a diverse jury ... I think West Virginia will be an excellent venue to try this case. Close to DC and a much more diverse--" pic.twitter.com/ib6S2Mdd7l— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) . . .
WV’s Trump Party and yesterday's indictment of Donald Trump
The Google dictionary defines “radio silence” as “absence of communication from a person or group from whom communication might have been expected.” If the quick responses by West Virginia’s Trump Party to Donald Trump’s previous indictment were a predictor, you would have thought that by now there would be numerous reactions to yesterday’s . . .
This thoroughly debunked trash is what passes for news at WTRF in Wheeling
A screen shot of Wheeling WTRF’s website late this afternoon:
Please note #5 under trending stories:
Biden’s Daughter alleges sexual abuse in diary
Here is the beginning of the story by WTRF’s Karen Compton:
(WTRF) Shocking sexual allegations are emerging from the reported diary of . . .
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More importantly, it is also intellectually dishonest
Today’s editorial, “Poor Timing at Play With Ohio Issue 1,” follows its Monday predecessors – it’s old and it’s from an Ogden Ohio paper. (In this case, it appears to have been first published by the Youngstown Vindicator over two months ago on May 21.) Most importantly, it wants us to believe that Ohio Issue 1, which will change the Ohio . . .