A number of news sources have recently examined Trump's 2016 promise to bring back coal jobs. For example, from Bloomberg:
Analysis: Trump made a promise to save coal in 2016. He couldn’t keep it
From The Guardian:
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‘My friends were lied to’: Will coal miners stand by Trump as jobs disappear?
What a surprise: our local Ogden papers fail to report what may have been the most importance finding of the latest West Virginia Poll
Here’s the lede from today’s local Ogden “newspapers” article summarizing a new WV Metro News poll:
More than half of West Virginians believe the United States is headed in the wrong direction, the latest MetroNews West Virginia Poll said.
After briefly discussing “the wrong direction,” the article then compares . . .
Both are breaking stories: Will we see either of these stories in an Ogden “newspaper”?
FBI thwarts Whitmer kidnapping plot
From The Washington Post:
The FBI revealed Thursday that it thwarted a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, unsealing charges against six people who it said contemplated a violent overthrow of the government as state authorities charged seven more who they said wanted to . . .
In October 2014, Ogden’s Wheeling newspapers editorially criticized President Obama four times in a span of just eight days for his handling of the Ebola outbreak
What have they said about President Trump's handling of the coronavirus?
Editorials criticizing Obama
From October 20, 2014:
In what may be the most irresponsible act of his tenure, President Barack Obama has appointed a political hack to lead the fight against Ebola. Thoughtful Americans of all political persuasions may conclude Obama is more worried about his reputation than about saving . . .
Is this the only afternoon newspaper in the United States that has nothing about President Trump contracting the coronavirus?
Here is President Trump’s tweet from 12:54 AM this morning:
Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 2, 2020
The first Associated Press reports soon followed and continued . . .
The question: What did Senator Capito and our local Ogden newspapers say in 2016 about replacing a Supreme Court justice in a presidential election year?
As Senator Shelley Moore Capito awaits her Republican talking points on voting on a new U.S. Supreme Court justice, I thought it might be informative to see what our senator said four years ago.
On March 16, 2016, President Barack Obama introduced Merrick Garland as his nominee for the Supreme Court. . . .
Trump the scientist, masks, supporting the troops
From the Lincoln Project
From earlier today:
The President as scientist
Wondering what’s causing the wildfires out west? Just ask Don Trump The Science-ish Guy! pic.twitter.com/mi64cGchkB— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) . . .