What do a cap and trade shooting blue-dog, environmental watch-dog, tea party Palin pal, and a 9/11 conspirator all have in common?
John Raese’s residency is, again, being called into question with his wife’s inability to vote for him. This, in addition to an offensive ad released earlier this month, has caused his lead to slide in recent polls. Manchin leads coming into the closing weeks.
The mud is being slung and the stakes are getting higher in West Virginia as November nears. The Democrats can’t afford to lose West Virginia to the GOP, and the Republicans are savoring at this opportunity and doing everything they can to capitalize on it.
The Just Say Now campaign is reaching campuses nation-wide, and the state University of West Virginia is making their presence known by holding a forum to inform the public.
Massey CEO Don Blankenship is back in the news again, and so are the Senators from West Virginia. One still trying to make money and keep unions out of mines, the other fighting for better mine safety regulations. I’ll let you guess who’s who.
Appalachia Rising will mobilize people from across the country, and especially Appalachia, against the destruction of Mountaintop Removal Mining (MTR). This scourge to the environment has effected thousands upon thousands of people, but coal barons cling to the profit motive and push forward.
The scare-tactics are in full-force this midterm election season, with anti-Muslim rhetoric being at the top of the list for some GOP candidates. This takes a step back to look at the ridiculousness being perpetuated by some GOP candidates on the basis of religion, and how Muslim Americans are impacted by it.
Favored West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin is finding himself playing catchup to GOP challenger John Raese, in the midst of a recent PPP Poll.
The Lord’s Resistance Army has terrified Northern Uganda and created a virtual hell-on-earth for anyone who stands in their way. The Obama Administration has passed legislation to combat these evils, but are they doing enough? Is it too much to ask during a collapsing economy and 9%+ Unemployment rate? My personal encounters with Ugandan citizens and other issues addressed.