Rep. McKinley and our local "newspapers" continue to remain silent on Trump's executive orders
Indy 100 is out with an interesting comparison of the number of Trump executive orders compared to the number of Obama orders for the same time period:
Not surprisingly, there has been silence from certain quarters.
Here is one of McKinley's attacks upon Obama's use of such . . .
Mike Myer on marijuana and the "change everything" revolution
All of Sunday's column and half of Saturday's column is devoted to an attack upon the legislation that would permit the legalization of medical marijuana. In neither column is there any evidence. To make his case, Myer compares the growing use of medical . . .
Not knowing it when they see it
The West Virginia legislature and governor are still miles away from any budget agreement. Trump's health plan, which was given an editorial pass by our local "newspapers," didn't even get a vote from the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Trump's claim that he was wiretapped by Obama, which the locals have . . .
Saturday: Think Russian meddling in our elections is bad? Mike Myer explains the extent of their anti-fracking propaganda
Since this is another column attacking liberals (aren’t they all?), Myer starts by setting-up his usual straw-man:
Among some liberals, two contentions have become virtual articles of faith:
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Local Awards for 2016
Winner: "Shoe on Other Foot On ‘War on Women’"
The only thing that was truthful in this editorial were the first two sentences about the attempt to recognize World War II women pilots. The rest of the editorial contained one lie after another about the role played by . . .
Mike Myer conveniently confuses the medium and the message
Today's Mike Myer's column in the Wheeling Intelligencer attacks his usual targets: liberals, progressives, and the media in defense of Donald Trump. It begins:
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Strange, isn’t it, how a strategy used by an icon of progressivism suddenly has become idiotic and irresponsible in the eyes of many progressives?
Myer on flag burning
Halfway into today's column about flag burning on college campuses, the Intelligencer's Editor, Mike Myer, tells us that:
(F)lag burning is a protected form of free speech, under the First Amendment. That is right and proper. One thing that safeguards our freedom is our right to say just about anything, as long as it . . .