Cultural Terrorism Comes To Christ Church in Alexandria
Demonstrating that it was never about Lee, Washington’s plaque as well will be pried out of its pews at Alexandria’s Christ Church — in a unanimous vote.
Thursday, November 9, 2017
118 Boulevard Rd, Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Upcoming PSTA election will be discussed.
WKBN.com-MARC LEVY, The AP Published: October 26, 2017, 11:27 am
Jun 30, 2017 – Pennsylvania’s Democratic governor says he’s not going to cooperate with a presidential commission looking into voting fraud, but the Trump …
A vote for transparency: Gov. Wolf should explain the election chief’s exit
the Editorial Board, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Oct 14, 2017
Gov. Tom Wolf has declined to comment on the abrupt resignation of Secretary of State Pedro Cortes, calling it a “personnel matter.” Mr. Wolf’s reticence is disappointing. Because Mr. Cortes was responsible for overseeing the integrity of the state’s electoral process, recently called into question because of revelations that hundreds of immigrants were improperly registered to vote, his departure is a matter of public concern.
It’s important to ask whether Mr. Cortes’ resignation and the registration gaffe are related. If Mr. Wolf’s administration won’t provide the answer, Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, R-Cranberry, should press for one during a House State Government Committee hearing he already had been planning to hold on the registration flap.
The hearing is scheduled for Oct. 25. To get to the bottom of things, he should invite Mr. Cortes, who took office when Mr. Wolf did in January 2015 and also held the position from 2003 to 2010 under former Gov. Ed Rendell. Continue reading
U.S. Supreme Court will hear union dues case
Public sector labor groups react with anger
Rick Karlin, Times Union
Updated 6:00 pm, Thursday, September 28, 2017
ALBANY — Unions including the New York State United Teachers and the AFL-CIO reacted angrily Thursday to news that the U.S. Supreme Court will revisit a case that could decide whether public sector labor groups can collect fees from workers they represent but who are not members.
The case, Janus v. AFSCME, challenges the federal agency fee provisions that allow public sector unions in 22 states, including New York, to mandate that represented individuals pay fees rather than dues if they don’t want to join the applicable union. Continue reading
Pelosi: illegal immigrants ‘did a great thing for our country’ by bringing their DACA kids here
By Robert Laurie——Previous Articles—September 21, 2017
They broke our laws, entered the country illegally, in most cases use falsified documents or stolen social security numbers to obtain housing and employment, and created an immigration crisis that’s currently dividing the nation. But ignore all that. According to Nancy Pelosi, they’ve done us a huge favor!
You see, illegal immigrants brought their kids here – you’ll know them better as “dreamers” – and they’re just wonderful. If it wasn’t for their illegal-immigrant parents, DACA recipients wouldn’t be here, so Pelosi is grateful to illegal parents.
As she puts it, they “did a great thing for our country” by violating U.S. borders: Continue reading