You would think that those who were at the head of line would have some sympathy for those who weren’t
Not necessarily so. Here’s our local congressman, David McKinley:
Nominee for terrible legislator:
“Complaining about not getting enough vaccines is like complaining about the size of your meal," said Rep. David McKinley . . .
Opening the economy while waging war on workers: Is there a better way?
Note -- Silvrback has alerted me that the RSS notification did not go out on yesterday's post on Michigan's governor and her critics (including the Wheeling News-Register). See the next post down.
The big picture from the Washington Post’s Greg Sargent
It enrages Trump propagandists that large majorities refuse to . . .
Not so in Wheeling -- we learned about the Democratic Party’s radicalism
This morning, the front-page headlines at major American newspaper featured at Kiosko.net covered the concerns over President Trump’s actions in the Roger Stone case and his continuing abuse of power. For example:
The Washington Post:
Trump tests limits of executive power in settling scores. . .
Today’s paper says nothing about the EPA’s new methane rules, and it attacks Bernie Sanders’ motive instead of dealing with his climate change plan
Methane? What methane?
This morning, major papers across the United States gave front-page coverage to yesterday’s important story on the environmental impact of the EPA’s decision to weaken its methane rules.
From the New York Times:
EPA to Weaken Control on Gas Tied to Warming
The Washington . . .
The Affordable Care Act increased the number of West Virginian’s with health insurance in 2016
From the West Virginia Center on Budget & Policy:
The data on health insurance coverage showed that 96,000 West Virginians lacked health insurance in 2016, a decrease of 12,000 from 2015. In 2016, 94.7 percent of West . . .
On the role of Bernie Sanders in the Democratic Party
Manchin wants Sanders to help with protests at town hall meetings
While Republicans have garnered most of the attention with their town hall meetings, some Democrats have also had to deal with protests at their meetings. As the Washington Post reported:
But . . .
Some interesting questions
Will Trump win big in West Virginia in November? It would appear so. From the ABC News exit poll:
West Virginia Democratic voters were among least liberal so far this year; fewer than half said they were liberals, vs. an average of 62 percent in previous Democratic contests. And in one last notable result, about a third in . . .