From today's Intelligencer: a collection of half-truths, no truths, and disingenuousness (a typical Saturday opinion page)
The lead editorial implores the Republicans to keep fighting to replace Obamacare
Of course we learn (without evidence) in the editorial how Obamacare is universally hated, "choking" state budgets, and has all sorts of horror stories that everyone (including Democrats) have heard. That's what the editorial tells us but the most . . .
It ain't over till it's over on the Senate's health care proposal
Testing the resolve of our local senators (see previous post)
The Associated Press is reporting that Senate Majority Leader McConnell hasn't given up on Trumpcare. Earlier today he sweetened the pot to get our local Republican senators (Capito and Portman) to support the Republican health care proposal:
. . . . Republicans said party . . .
Indications are that Capito will support it
What's our "moderate" Republican senator going to do?
The Republicans will release the details of their health care proposal tomorrow. The Congressional Budget Office should be out with their analysis next week and apparently the Republican leadership is pushing for a vote before the July 4 recess.
What's West Virginia's . . .
Documenting the locals' anti-Clinton agenda 15
Criticizing Trump?! (No, it's an excuse to criticize Bill Clinton.)
The first local editorial that contains any criticism of Donald Trump was published yesterday afternoon. Despite attacks on war heroes, women, Muslims, the handicapped, Mexicans, immigrants, and inner-city residents, neither paper has ever had a negative word to say about . . .