Monthly Archives: December 2017

“Both chain migration and the diversity visa lottery program have been exploited by terrorists to attack our country,” Tyler Houlton, acting DHS press secretary

Pennsylvania police shootings were ‘terror attack,’ DHS says

By Nicole Chavez, CNN

Updated 6:55 AM ET, Sun December 24, 2017

(CNN)The Department of Homeland Security is calling a series of shootings targeting law enforcement in Pennsylvania a “terror attack.” Authorities said Ahmed Aminamin El-Mofty, 51, was shot and killed by police Friday in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, after he fired several times at law enforcement officers throughout the city.

The string of shootings began just steps from the state’s Capitol building when El-Mofty fired several times at a Capitol Police officer and then, shot and injured at a state trooper. Continue reading

State to keep spying on firefighters who call out sick

December 19, 2017 – 4:08 PM
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) – New Jersey will continue to use private investigators to spy on Atlantic City firefighters and police officers who are on medical leave or out sick, a state spokeswoman said Tuesday, despite complaints from a union that it’s a waste of taxpayer dollars.

Don’t Forget To Buy His Book Before You Die And Go Away

“[The Hispanics are] going to save our town,” Maddon said of the newcomers to Hazleton. “You have two options right here. Either you get on board and help us as we’re moving this thing along or you’re going to die. And when you die and go away, then you’re going to get out of the way. You’re not going to be part of the problem anymore. So, it’s either help or die.”

Our View: Joe Maddon should apologize to Hazleton residents

August 7th, 2017 11:50 pm – updated: 6:35 pm.

“He’s full of himself,” said one senior citizen and lifelong Hazleton resident.

Another noted: “That was terrible. I hate him. I hope he doesn’t win one game.” Continue reading

Gov. Tom Wolf To Keep The IG’s Report Into The Stack’s Mistreatment Of Staff Secret

Gov. Tom Wolf not interested in ‘piling on’ by releasing report from … hours ago

The findings of a state Inspector General’s office investigation into complaints of mistreatment of staff at the lieutenant governor’s residence by Lt. Gov. Mike Stack and his wife Tonya will remain a secret.

What A Foreign Ignoramus Everyone Knows Unelected Judges Determine U.S. Immigration Policy Not The President

“Trump you failed to protect your nation”: New York bombing suspect’s … › News › World news › Terrorism

40 mins ago – A man accused of setting off a pipe bomb in a crowded New York transport hub wrote a chilling threat to US President Donald Trump before launching the attack, it was claimed. Akayed Ullah, 27, allegedly wrote “Trump you failed to protect your nation” on his Facebook page while he was on his way to …

Family of Accused Muslim Bangladeshi Terrorist Bomber “Outraged” With U.S. Law Enforcement. No Word Whether The Whole Family Will Be Moving Back To Bangladesh

Family of Port Authority bombing suspect is ‘outraged’ at investigators’ tactics

By Caroll Alvarado

December 11, 2017 | 7:23pm |

The family of the alleged ISIS-inspired Port Authority bomber said they were “heartbroken” by the attack on Monday and blasted law enforcement agencies for what they claimed were heavy-handed tactics by investigators. Continue reading

‘I support the state police’: Gov. Tom Wolf on troopers investigating …

PennLive.comDec 8, 2017
Tom Wolf said Friday that he supports the Pennsylvania State Police’s longtime practice of investigating its own troopers in cases of officer-involved shootings. Last year, the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association issued guidelines advising that such incidents be independently investigated as a …

Judge declines to throw out allegations against state troopers

James Halpin / Published: December 9, 2017

SCRANTON — A federal judge on Friday declined to throw out sexual discrimination and retaliation allegations a state trooper brought against fellow members of the Pennsylvania State Police.

Cpl. Carrie Ann Gula, a 39-year-old West Pittston native, was arrested in 2012 over allegations that she made up a story about her ex-boyfriend attacking her because she was jealous. A jury later acquitted Gula of all charges, but state police still fired her in September 2014 following an internal investigation.

Gula filed the lawsuit in November 2014 alleging her constitutional rights were violated and that her fellow officers engaged in malicious prosecution.



In The Interest Of Brevity Have We Arrived At The Time When Our Government Should Simply State Who We Are Allowed To Discriminate Against?

The following characteristics are “protected” by United States federal anti-discrimination law law:


1,102 Went Down With The Ship

USS Arizona