US Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) warns about gun control bills that Democrats are pushing in the House. He's also concerned about the continued occupation of Washington DC with razor wire fencing and National Guard troops stationed at the Capital.
Jay Swann's Appalachian Pest Control office took on 4 feet of water due to flooding in Barboursville. Despite the devastation, Jay is thankful for the help of community & business leaders. He believes God didn't bring him this far to leave him alone. His two businesses are still operating. Call 304-522-7770 for service.
Tina Lockhart says CAMC hospital falsely listed her 31-year-old daughter Emily's overdose death as "Covid". She wants to know if this was done for financial purposes? The Governor of WV also announced that someone as young as 31 died of Covid. WCHS, the Herald-Dispatch, and other outlets also published headlines about Emily's death.
Republican State Sen. Mark Maynard from Wayne Co. discusses the horrendous outcomes of recent weather events. Maynard chairs the Senate's Gov't. Organization committee which has the bill passed by the House to curtail the Governor's emergency powers.
WV GOP Delegate Evan Worrell thought like many that the Super Majority of Republican lawmakers were unified in rolling back the unconstitutional mandates by Gov. Justice. However, 3 weeks into the session and Justice is still ruling like a king.
Ron is wondering when if ever the WV GOP Super Majority will step up and end this empirical reign of Gov. Justice and his unconstitutional mandates. Ron is a political columnist with LootPress.com and TheCorridorChronicle.com/.
The controversy and ultimate WV Supreme Court decision about the District 19 Delegate vacancy ended with the appointment and swearing-in of Josh Booth as a member of the WV House. Booth talks about the process and how he's tried to help Wayne Co. residents after the ice storms.
James "Buzz" Mason is a commander with the Regional Response Team. As a US Navy commander and as an emergency disaster responder, he says "Wayne County was worse than all the storms I’ve been to". He recently led a team to help with the disaster after the ice storms.
Delegate Daniel Linville and the Legislature are working to create broadband expansion programs, with more than $150 million in funding over the next three years, that will allow internet service providers to reach more customers in rural areas. Linville is wanting to ask questions of Frontier Communications concerning failures in broadband promises.
Steve Davis, who lives in Huntington, has been part of natural disaster clean-ups for decades. His company, Rotor Blade, uses helicopters with saws to remove limbs and trees that are problimatic after storms.
Marshall Wilson is a former Republican and former member of the WV House of Delegates. He says he's starting a liberty strike force much like what Daniel Horowitz spoke of on Monday. He says he is chair of a new Independent Party in WV and will have a convention in April. As for what to do when lawmakers don't uphold the constitution, Wilson says, "Write letters, all them...light a fire under their butts."
Don from Mason Co. says he has not worn a mask throughout the pandemic. He says the Governor's Executive Mask Mandate is unconstitutional. Don is calling on everyone, no matter where they are at 10am, to take off their mask on Monday, March 1st.
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