Carlton D Marx
Never shy with his opinon, Carlton (Carl) has been fired from several schools of higher learning for leading multiple walk-outs, sit-ins, student-strikes, protests, and the occassional riot. Holding a Masters Degree in Political Activism, Carl has published several well-known books such as, "Demonizing Americanistic Core Values" and "Burning Church Doctrines".
We are proud to have Carl Marx join TheDiggerer.com as our Political Beat writer.
HUNTINGTON- Enjoying the new-found attention of one of Marshall's professors, administrators acted quickly to capitalize on the media attention. In a Monday morning press conference the university named journalism professor, Dr. Chris Swindell, as the official Communist representative on campus.
This week was a sad one for two of our West Virginia leaders when they lost a long-time colleague. However, in a light moment there was a bit of confusion when it came to identifying their old friend.
WASHINGTON DC- "Belly up to the Bar" has taken on a new meaning that Michelle Obama thinks has become a problem in America. Speaking at the United Nations, Mrs. Obama told world delegates that Americans are overfeeding themselves into the grave. She believes one of the reasons is the 'All-You-Can-Eat-Buffet', and she's making it her mission to close them, down for good.
CHARLESTON- After President Obama's unsuccessful attempt to dissolve the state of West Virginia last year, relations have been strained between the occupants of the similar looking Capitols. The move was rumored to have been in response to the traditionally Democrat stronghold voting Republican in last few presidential elections. This week, Earl Ray Tomblin attempted to heal the rift by becoming one of a handful of Governors to openly support Obama's healthcare law.
CHARLESTON- WV Legislators are looking out for your health. They can't give you a physical or make you take your doctor's advice ...but they just raised the price of cigarettes in hope that you stop smoking.
RIPLEY- Is it a case of over-zealous law enforcement personnel or is a new and over-reaching legal mandate on the horizon? Ripley residents claim authorities have swept through the area in an effort to collect firearms.
WASHINGTON DC- After what many called the most divisive presidential campaign in history, the President made an unprecedented move to help reunite the country. Barack Hussein Obama announced he was nominating Mitt Romney to his newly created position, Secretary of Business.
CHARLESTON- After being hit with a devastating storm early last week, West Virginia is still feeling the effects of hurricane Sandy. While not getting hit quite as hard as New York and New Jersey, West Virginia has joined a growing number of states extending Election Day. Madam Secretary of State, Natalie Tennent, made the announcement late Sunday night via her Twitter account. A press conference is scheduled Monday morning.
WASHINGTON- During his regularly scheduled White House Press Conference, President Obama laid blame for the impending "Frankenstorm on a controversial Youtube video.
WHEELING- Despite being locked out of all three Presidential Debates, statewide polls indicate Libertarian candidate, Gary Johnson, is leading both his Republican and Democrat running mates.