West Virginia Governor On Safety Of Water Supply: ‘It’s Your Decision… I’m Not A Scientist’

I certainly wouldn’t want to be a resident of the affected areas in West Virginia.  Apparently for their governor, corporate (coal) interests come before the safety of the citizens of that state.  I sure hope the Feds step in ASAP… Think Progress Amid growing concerns over whether or not the water is actually safe for 300,000 West… More West Virginia Governor On Safety Of Water Supply: ‘It’s Your Decision… I’m Not A Scientist’

5 important political stories to watch in 2014

The Week – Taegan Goodard 1. Will Republicans win back control of the Senate?Most political forecasters give Democrats a minuscule chance of taking back the House of Representatives, so most attention will be on the six seats Republicans need to have the majority in the upper chamber. The seven most vulnerable seats all belong to Democrats… More 5 important political stories to watch in 2014

Millions Of Voters Impacted By New GOP Photo I.D., Citizenship And Registration Laws

If the GOP were not afraid of those disenfranchised voters, they wouldn’t be doing this.  The whole idea is to impact the election in their favor.  This is absolutely un-American… The Huffington Post According to a new report, over five million voters could be denied the right to vote under new laws adopted in a… More Millions Of Voters Impacted By New GOP Photo I.D., Citizenship And Registration Laws

Democrat Joe Manchin’s Republican TV Commercial

Newsweek The advertising imagery is unsubtle and so archetypically right-wing you might think it was a parody: a candidate taking target practice while declaring his or her allegiance to gun rights and small government. Arizona state legislator Pamela Gorman cut one such ad earlier this cycle that became a YouTube sensation (but was not enough to… More Democrat Joe Manchin’s Republican TV Commercial

Bill Clinton vs. Sarah Palin in West Virginia

MSNBC WASHINGTON — Former President Bill Clinton and ex-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin are lining up on opposite sides in West Virginia’s Senate race, a key contest that could determine control of the Senate in the November election. Clinton spent Monday in West Virginia, hoping to boost Democratic Gov. Joe Manchin’s campaign as it struggles against wealthy Republican… More Bill Clinton vs. Sarah Palin in West Virginia

Oops! How Much Research Did Megyn Kelly Do Before Going On The Air With Incorrect Obama Casting Call Story?

News Hounds Megyn Kelly and Fox News were so eager to malign an upcoming MTV Town Hall with President Obama that they didn’t bother to investigate the facts behind a Backstage.com notice for audience members. Kelly wrongly gave the impression that Obama’s audience was to be selected like a Democratic casting call – i.e. for good-looking… More Oops! How Much Research Did Megyn Kelly Do Before Going On The Air With Incorrect Obama Casting Call Story?

GOP ad casting call: ‘hicky’ W.Va. look

Well, it seems they got caught this time trying to present a “populous view”, which in reality is strictly corporate run, bought and sold…H/T to Mike Allen over at Politico. Politico A Republican ad that shows a couple of regular-looking guys commiserating in a diner about West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin (D) turns out to have been… More GOP ad casting call: ‘hicky’ W.Va. look