Bill Johnson at Youngstown State
Last Friday, the soon-to-be president of Youngstown State University, Representative Bill Johnson, held a press conference about his appointment. Yesterday, the Wheeling Intelligencer carried a report of the conference filed by Ogden’s Youngstown Vindicator reporter, David Skolnick.
The news . . .
Today, the Wheeling News-Register ignored one of the most important stories of the day, month, and year
Friday evening, the United States Supreme Court decisively rejected a Texas lawsuit that could have overturned Democrat Joe Biden’s presidential victory. Sometime between 6 PM and 7 PM last night, the first Associated Press article . . .
Is it a sign of the apocalypse? What’s next? Undoing “right-to-work” laws? Paying teachers and other state workers a living wage? Never mind, it’s about the Party’s unswerving loyalty to Donald Trump
The Rucker quote neatly states the West Virginia Republican Party’s (along with its messenger - the Wheeling Intelligencer) long-term justification for tort reform. (For more examples, type “West Virginia” and “frivolous lawsuits” into a search engine and see how many hits and how far back the search goes.)
West Virginia . . .
The editorial cartoon in this morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer:
Is there any evidence that dead people voted?
I could find no evidence of even one such occurrence. On Tuesday, the . . .
You wouldn't know it by the Wheeling News-Register -- most of Saturday's weekend edition is devoted to celebrating West Virginia’s Republican specialness
Readers who have taken my “quizzes” before as well as those familiar with our local Ogden papers probably got both of these right: Biden does not appear anywhere in the 6-page front section, while Trump appears 14 times.
Today’s paper is not about news; it’s about propagandizing for the Republican Party. There is little . . .
Here is how CNN described it:
The incident took place in Texas on Friday as the campaign bus was traveling from San Antonio to Austin as part of a push to urge Biden supporters to cast their ballots on the state's last day of early voting. A Biden campaign official described the motorists' actions as . . .
What a surprise: our local Ogden papers fail to report what may have been the most importance finding of the latest West Virginia Poll
Here’s the lede from today’s local Ogden “newspapers” article summarizing a new WV Metro News poll:
More than half of West Virginians believe the United States is headed in the wrong direction, the latest MetroNews West Virginia Poll said.
After briefly discussing “the wrong direction,” the article then compares . . .