Even though Blankenship is still under supervision of the court, he's aiming for a solid run at Joe Manchin's seat.
In the era of Trump, even murderous, Orwellian, judge-buying coal magnates can run for office.
It's not nearly enough, but more than I thought he'd get.
This bastard has been buying his way out of trouble for a long time.
Don Blankenship, the former CEO of Massey Energy, who was cited as having the worst fatality rate in the mining industry prior to the 29 deaths at the Upper Big Branch explosion in April 2010, has filed paperwork to open new mines. Blankenship
How can we fail them? How can a nation that relies on its miners not do everything in its power to protect them? How can we let anyone in this count
In the wake of the Massey Energy tragedy that killed 29 coal miners in West Virginia, company shareholders have urged the firing of CEO Don Blankens
I have mixed feelings about this. When someone like Don Blankenship is the face of Massey Energy (it's not every day that people are calling for you
Gerard: The Slaughter Must Stop Now. Workers Go To Jobs To Earn Their Daily Bread. They Don't Go To Die.
Ed Schultz talks to the President of the United Steelworkers Leo Gerard about his recent op-ed Wrongful Fatalities, Failed Worker Protections: In bot
What a sweetheart of a human being this guy is. Not only did he buy himself the chief justice of his state Supreme Court, he's a poster boy for corp