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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mike Crowder
The first episode of a reality show filmed in a southern West Virginia coal mine had real-world results: Federal inspectors who watched the Spike TV series have cited Cobalt Coal Corp. for activities they say endangered the miners.
A southern West Virginia mine foreman featured in the new reality TV series "Coal" says the show that debuts Wednesday lives up to its billing: It's all real.
A southern West Virginia mine foreman featured in the new reality TV series "Coal" says the show that debuts March 30 lives up to its billing: It's all real.
Cobalt CEO Mike Crowder said he won't judge the motives of MSHA inspectors, but the citations don't make him regret doing the show.
Crowder said reaction to the show has been overwhelming and "passionately positive."