More on the cost of electricity and electing Trump
Some additional voices
Wednesday's Intelligencer editorial (see post below) asserted a couple of points: the cost of electricity has risen dramatically since Obama became president, it would become worse under a Clinton presidency, and our only hope to prevent $1000 a month electric bills is to elect Donald Trump. I did a bit more research today and found a . . .
Statistics don't lie but . . . .
Some geeky stuff on the cost of electricity
It's time for another anti-Hillary editorial. It meets all of the criteria:
What makes it somewhat different is the emphasis on the use of statistics (one verifiable but the rest not) to support the editorial point that electricity prices have risen dramatically since the beginning of the Obama presidency and will rise . . .
Posted in: anti-clinton biasdonald trumpelectricity costshillary clintonintelligencer editorialobamawar on coal
The Intelligencer rewrites West Virginia history
celebrating West Virginia Day
From this morning's lead editorial in the Wheeling Intelligencer, "Celebrating West Virginia":
For much of our history, the coal, oil and natural gas under our mountains and the timber clothing them served us well.
The Intelligencer is rewriting our history -- most of West Virginia's history . . .
Documenting the locals' anti-Clinton agenda 3
The front page of this morning's Intelligencer carried about 80% of the AP article on the likelihood that Hillary Clinton would win the Democratic Party's nomination.
On the editorial page, however, it was business as usual as we got Patrick Buchanan's anti-Hillary column from last Thursday. I'm sometimes amazed that . . .
Yet another ethically-challenged editorial from the Intelligencer
This morning's Intelligencer editorial follows the same playbook as last Monday's editorial on the WASPs : pick a topic that was not covered originally by the "newspaper," misinterpret and lie about what happened, and then conclude that it's all the Democrats' fault.
Today's "Ryan Should Take Hard . . .
Posted in: ethical journalismintelligencer editorialmost unethical editorial awardwheeling newspaper ethics
Still no budget
Of course, it's the Democrats' fault -- it's always their fault
From this morning's Intelligencer editorial on the state's budget problems:
Politics - with some in the Legislature's Democrat Party minority blocking reasonable action by Republicans - has made the budget-balancing process frustrating for all concerned, including taxpayers.
The Democrats are blocking . . .
Posted in: dumbest editorial awardintelligencer editorialrepublican legislaturewest virginia state government
So much for ethics
A desperation editorial: "Shoe on Other Foot on 'War on Women'"
A meeting of World War II Women Airforce Service Pilots
(source - National Museum of the U.S. Air Force)
Invoking their favorite metaphor (shoe on other foot), this morning's Intelligencer editorial argues that the Obama administration along with Democrats, are guilty of a war on women. The editorial about honoring the . . .
Posted in: dumbest editorial awardintelligencer editorialliberalsmost unethical editorial awardobamawheeling newspaper ethics