An exhaustive investigative report from The New York Times that documents how Senator Manchin "Aided Coal, and Earned Millions"
Today, from The New York Times:
Three months ago, my editor asked me to see what I could learn about where Joe Manchin's money comes from.— Christopher Flavelle (@cflav) . . .
Thousands of pages of documents, hundreds of interviews and many FOIA requests later, this is what I found. (With @JulieATate & @erinschaff) https://t.co/fUdLCSte51
Also claims he wants to talk about climate and social spending bill
From the Senator:
After meeting with Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, considering her record, and closely monitoring her testimony and questioning before the Senate Judiciary Committee this week, I have determined I intend to vote for her nomination to serve on the Supreme Court. My full statement: pic.twitter.com/SUgwuBtHup— Senator Joe . . .
The WV legislature and Ogden Newspapers have praised the state for its willingness to always help those in need. When it comes to Ukrainian refugees, do we deserve the praise?
In last Thursday’s Wheeling Intelligencer editorial, we were told that West Virginians
“are always willing to welcome new folks. . . . This is a West Virginia trait that does not differ based on the letter someone chooses to put after his or her last name. If someone needs our help, we give it.”
In addition to . . .
Today’s Wheeling Intelligencer runs the same old Ohio editorial that it ran on March 7
I joked about it yesterday, but today’s paper runs yet another tired and meaningless Ohio editorial:
Improving Life Expectancy
This editorial appears to have originated in the Marietta Times five weeks ago:
Overcome life expectancy statistic; take care of yourself
If today's . . .
The Wheeling Intelligencer gives us a near-daily diet of recycled, months-old Ohio editorials but ignores the good stuff: Ohio's Republican primaries
From Friday's Republican debate for the U.S. Senate nomination, here are the two frontrunners, Josh Mandel and Mike Gibbons doing more than debating:
This is not an episode of Jerry Springer. It’s tonight’s Ohio Republican Senate debate.
“You’re dealing with the wrong guy,” Mandel says to Gibbons before calling him a “pussy.” . . .
Are West Virginians as hospitable as legislators and Ogden Newspapers think they are?
Yesterday’s Ogden editorial, “WVa. a Welcome Home for Refugees,” begins by telling us what the WV legislature did at the end of their most recent legislative session:
Among the last resolutions adopted by West Virginia lawmakers before the end of this year’s regular legislative session was one urging . . .
Manchin's money from the oil and gas industry 2021-2022
Perhaps, I thought, it was a bit unfair of me to suggest in yesterday's post that Senator Joe Manchin was owned by the oil and gas industry. I decided to do some checking. My conclusion: it's worse than I thought. From Open Secrets, here are the senators who have . . .