Wake Up, Appalachia, Donald Trump Is Just A Modern-Day Coal Baron. What the people of Buchanan County and the other counties in Appalachia need to note is that the EPA is the only thing standing between them and environmental ruin. According to a july 2014 toxic air emissions report published by the Sierra Club,
Desperate for cash, Trump turns to the coal industry. By Melissa Cronin on Jun 21, 2016. Get your daily dose of good news from Grist Subscribe to The Beacon.
Earlier, his lawyers argued that he had jumped bail because he was a “desperate man” fearing extradition to. organizations,” he says when asked about US President Donald Trump’s bid to designate.
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And desperate people, throughout history. The most distressed patches stretch through Appalachia and across the south. trump won in rich places and poor places and places in between. But an.
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Mike Kirk leans across the counter of the pawnshop where he works for $11 an hour. It’s less than half what he made in the mines, but the best he can do these days.He and two customers ponder what.
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And desperate people, throughout history, have turned to tough-talking populists. And that is how, in one of America’s forgotten corners, the road was perfectly paved for the ascent of Donald Trump. He won by spectacular margins all across the coalfields.
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In desperate pockets of Appalachia, Trump is a desperate survival bid There are places like this across America – poor and getting poorer, feeling left behind while the rest got richer. But nowhere has the plummet of the white working class been as merciless as here in central Appalachia.
Long before there was a Donald Trump, Appalachia had its own politically incorrect, wealthy businessman with a tendency to say whatever he felt with no apologies. The man I am talking about has so many stories and legends attached to him that he would rival Davy Crockett in tall tales.