This time it looks at questions surrounding the sale of his property
Set for publication in tomorrow's Washington Post is yet another report in its continuing investigation of the scandals surrounding the former bishop of the West Virginia diocese:
Disgraced bishop spent $4.6 million on mansion that sold for only $1.2 million
After Bishop Michael J. . . .
Congressman David McKinley (WV-1) refers to the Civil War as the War of Northern Aggression
This afternoon, I worked on a blog post about how West Virginia media have uncritically covered David McKinley (WV-1) on the impeachment issue. (I’ll publish it tomorrow.) In researching the coverage, I noticed that the congressman discussed the issue on Hoppy Kercheval’s talk show on MetroNews Radio last Friday* and so I listened to the . . .
No surprises, here: McKinley simply repeats the Republican talking points
This morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer reports that all three of West Virginia’s representatives voted against the formal resolution to open impeachment hearings. In the article, local representative David McKinley once again quotes Alexander Hamilton to justify his opposition to impeachment:
“Our founding fathers never intended . . .
Breaking the law and accumulating wealth
Send in the clowns? (Crashing a congressional hearing)
You’re now probably familiar with Wednesday’s story of how a group of Republican representatives stormed a restricted-access impeachment committee meeting. Here’s the New York Times account:
House Republicans ground the impeachment inquiry to a halt for hours on . . .
How did West Virginia's representatives vote?
As news sources reported earlier today:
The House on Wednesday voted overwhelmingly to condemn President Donald Trump's withdrawal of American forces from northern Syria.
Despite stark divisions over Democrats' Trump impeachment inquiry, Democrats and Republicans banded together and approved a nonbinding resolution . . .
Representative McKinley embraces both
Time wrote on Thursday about the Republican talking points:
As public opinion swings against the President, and in favor of impeachment proceedings, some have also embraced a careful strategy, describing their unwillingness to support the House Democrats’ inquiry as merely pragmatic: it’s a distraction from other important . . .
Reading today's Intelligencer
A quick summary of today’s morning "Wheeling" newspaper
The front-page features two stories about bridges with three bridge pictures. The front-section article with the largest headline is
Police: 3 Suspected of Killing Witness at Dallas Cop’s Trial
(Why the big headline, or for that matter, the . . .