CHARLESTON- Appearing out of nowhere, a resolution was put forward Tuesday and successfully voted on to name the Pepperoni Roll was named the "Official State Food" of West Virginia.
"As the nation goes so goes West Virginia" so they say, and the nation is talking about Gun Control. Here are three of the biggest Gun Control stories in West Virginia this week, in case you missed them. Bray Cary v. Keith Morgan, The REAL Reason Rockefeller isn't seeking reelection, and WV Colleges Banning Weapons.
CHARLESTON- Governor Earl Ray Tomblin says the damage and volume of snow is unbelievable across West Virginia, during a tour Wednesday. Tomblin stated this may be a good opportunity for the state to take stock and get used to post-coal power levels in Obama's new America.
BOONE COUNTY- The West Virginia mountains will soon be alive with the sound of Opossum. Not your normal run-of-the-mill Opossum, these are Pickled Boone County Ninjety Possum Whipper Snappers!
"Come over to the dark side," said Senator Rockefeller through a raspy voice. He then cleared his throat and continued, "It will be much quieter here in the corner for our interview."
BREAKING! In a stunning blow to President Barack Obama, the Supreme Court has disagreed with his stance that the Individual Mandate was "absolutley not a tax". On ABC's "This Week" with host George Stephanopolos, Obama went on the defensive:
For the second time in a week, Obama has evoked Executive Privilege and for the second time in history, West Virginia's statehood teetered in the balance. This time it lost.