If you think that Riley Moore is just another mainstream Republican from the Arch Moore clan, it may be time to do some rethinking
Judging candidates by the antisemitic, conspiratorial, fact-challenged friends they keep
From reporter, Eric Hananoki, yesterday, at Media Matters:
McCarthy-backed House candidate is getting help from an antisemitic podcaster who wants political leaders assassinated
Hananoki article is about Republican WV District 2 congressional candidate, Riley Moore:
U.S. House candidate Riley Moore, . . .
This is quite a conspiracy, Mac, if it includes a judge appointed by Donald Trump
Tennis star John McEnroe’s often-repeated outburst when an umpire's call did not go his way quickly came to mind as I read an Ogden newspaper interview of Mac Warner, WV’s Secretary of State and candidate for WV governor, who was in Wheeling yesterday for a campaign fundraiser. The visit was covered by local stenographer Jocelyn King and . . .
And Riley Moore is their top dog
Treasurer Riley Moore gets front-page coverage for simply doing his job
From the front page of today’s Wheeling Intelligencer:
WVU Medicine Wheeling Hospital Gets Almost $85,000 in Unclaimed Property
And it features this picture:
(The caption tells us that WH’s CEO is pointing out “ . . .
Is Nexstar supporting Republican Patrick Morrisey’s run for governor? It sure looks like it
Nexstar owns four television outlets in West Virginia. (Local WTRF is one of them.) A segment from last weeks’ political interview show, “Inside WV Politics,” should make viewers wonder if it isn’t already supporting Morrisey’s run for . . .
So how does the Wheeling News-Register get a 1300 word article that features mostly Republican attacks?
The indictment against former president Donald Trump is sealed but that doesn’t prevent today’s Wheeling News-Register from giving local Republicans free reign to attack the prosecutor and Democrats. The top-of-the-front-page headline on this morning’s Wheeling News-Register reads:
Local, State Leaders Sound Off On Trump . . .
Just in time for the State of the Union, the Wheeling Intelligencer prints Senator Capito’s opinion piece on “Biden Policies Hurting America”
Additionally, Capito’s T-ball coach joins West Virginia stenographers to tee one up for the senator
Today’s Wheeling Intelligencer op-ed by WV’s West Virginia’s Republican senator blames President Biden's policies for America’s inflation. Not surprisingly, Shelley Moore Capito’s message has not changed in two years: the inflation is all Biden’s fault. Sadly, in that period, with the exception of pipelines, Capito has never mentioned . . .
“Massive growth” says Governor Jim Justice:
Eliminating the personal income tax would put West Virginia on the fast track to success.— Governor Jim . . .
It means more money in your pocket and potentially massive growth here at home. We need to make it happen!
Thanks @MarkCurtisWOWK for having me on over the weekend. pic.twitter.com/hM5Upzo6ZM