Another look at Bob Nutting’s profit-producing baseball team
It’s the same old story: the player gets good and then he asks Pittsburgh Pirates management to be paid what he is worth. Rather than paying, the Pirates then trade the player for (low-salaried) “prospects.” If any of these prospects develop into anything marketable, they are then traded for more prospects. Rinse and repeat. This year it is . . .
Another descendent of Arch Moore announces for 2024 while another suggests she won't be running in 2026
Announced this morning:
Join me as I seek my party’s nomination for Governor of West Virginia in ‘24. Together, we can build a West Virginia that makes our young people proud to call home and champions freedom to conduct business how you want. #WestVirginia #WestVirginiaGovernor pic.twitter.com/RJReiuQvj2— Moore Capito (@MooreCapitoWV) . . .
He’s not quite the constitutional conservative that he thinks he is
Last Tuesday, Bishop Mark Brennen of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston issued a statement calling for more action on gun violence. (The Wheeling Intelligencer carried it here.) From that statement:
“We have put our heads in the sand so that we don’t have to face the truth: the proliferation of guns is a strong contributing . . .
A look at how the Wheeling Intelligencer and WV Metro News covered the story
The Intelligencer: 1200 words for an Ogden favorite
Back in September, the Wheeling Intelligencer ran its one (and only) article about the Democratic candidate for Congress, Barry Wendell. Today, that same paper ran a top-of-the-front-page article about Republican Riley Moore, who announced yesterday that he is running for that same . . .
The vehicle is filling up quickly even though the election is two years away
From earlier today:
Here’s what Riley Moore will likely discuss at tomorrow’s stenographer . . .
Maybe not, but it would appear that Trump has lost the Wheeling Intelligencer
I’m trying not to make too big of a deal out of it (I realize that it’s not quite at the level of Lyndon Johnson losing Walter Cronkite in 1968), but today, Donald Trump appears to have lost the Wheeling Intelligencer. This morning, not one, but two of the Intelligencer’s syndicated columnists suggested that it’s time for Trump to leave . . .
The senator votes to advance a bill to protect same-sex and interracial marriage
Over the years, this blog has frequently been critical of West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito's unwillingness to take a position on a controversial proposal until the issue has been decided. On Wednesday, Capito bucked that tendency and voted for further consideration of the Respect for Marriage Act:
U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore . . .
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