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Earle’s goal on this album was to cut through a lot of that and attempt to understand, not condescend to, the dualities that exists in one state in particular, West Virginia.
You should try a pepperoni roll sometime if you get the opportunity. Just make sure it is an actual pepperoni roll, and not one of the weak wannabe versions
Thinking we are better off without such people as Najib Ahmad Bakhtari in our nation is lunacy.
Invariably, this brand of poverty tourism results in another iteration of the same article that’s been written dozens of times already.
There is much about environmental sciences/climate change debate that I do not know much about. The water and air in West Virginia? That I know about.
If Maroney is proven guilty, his ouster is not inappropriate, though I am of the opinion that such ouster should occur at the voting booth.
Sports are not a salve. That said, an unexpected win still manages to feel awfully damned good.
The dirty history of West Virginians trying to get clean of documentary perceptions.
It’s Wednesday Writs, West Virginia Day edition! WV Day isn’t until tomorrow, but now is a good time to brush up on how we became a state, in our case of the week. Also: several SCOTUS updates, a “Cops” expose, John Denver, and more!
West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey vigorously patted himself on the back over a $37M settlement with pharmaceutical giant McKesson. He shouldn’t have.
The School Board and all involved are entitled to defend themselves, but decision to counter-attack the mother because she exposed the atrocities happening in that classroom is a ruthless and tasteless move on behalf of a body of public servants.
Clean your own house first. Eric Porterfield is in West Virginia, and West Virginia is my home, so let’s just deal with him for now.
As our own Em Carpenter ably wrote Wednesday, West Virginia’s (badly hobbled) Supreme Court refused to allow Don Blankenship to appear as a candidate on the state’s ballots for its Senate election this year. This post is about that decision.
There have been some developments in the saga of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, the four remaining members of which were the subject of impeachment proceedings in the West Virginia Legislature this week.