Monthly Archives: September 2019

Will Maddon Move Back To His Beloved Hazleton And “Get On Board”?

“[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.” Chicago Cubs Ex-Manager Joe Maddon

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.”

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Cubs part ways with manager Joe Maddon

UPI|20 hours ago
Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon watches the last out of an 8-6 victory Saturday over the host St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium. Before season finale Sunday, the Cubs announced they were …

School property tax “relief plan” would include a 4.92% retirement income tax

Taxing retirement income part of new Pa. school property tax relief plan

The York Dispatch|45 days ago

A new piece of legislation would replace Pennsylvania’s school property taxes with boosted taxes on income … and a 2% local sales tax added to the state’s tax — with that increase going to districts countywide. It would also include a 4.92% …

Unaccompanied Alien Children Entering the United States Hits New All-Time Record

HHS: Number of Unaccompanied Alien Children Entering US Reaches Highest in History

By Melanie Arter | www.cnsnews.com September 19, 2019 | 11:38 AM EDT

(CNSNews.com) – The number of unaccompanied children (UACs) entering the United States during fiscal year 2019 has grown to levels never seen before Continue reading

They Came Through The Front Door And The Door Is Opened Wider Than Ever

Have we learned anything about our immigration system 18 years after 9/11?

· September 11, 2019
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On September 11, 2001, a ragtag terrorist organization attacked us through our immigration system, killing nearly 3,000 Americans. We simply let in people we should not have admitted and allowed them to work with networks within this country of other people who should not have been let in. We responded by making the problem worse and increasing migration from those countries without any system to vet incoming immigrants.

Our government’s response to what should have been treated primarily as an immigration and national security problem was to sacrifice thousands of lives and trillions of dollars nation-building on behalf of various tribes fighting each other in the Middle East, empowering Iran, and clamping down on civil liberties at airports – all the while ignoring our visa system and doubling immigration from the Middle East. One could not possibly conjure up a more backward, more counter-intuitive array of policies than the way we have prosecuted the war on terror for the past 18 years.

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18 Years and 1 Day Post 911 – Democrat Presidential Candidates Discuss Confiscating Firearms From Law-Abiding Americans While Loophole That Allowed 911 Terrorists To Travel Freely In Our Country Remains

Democratic presidential debate September 12, 2019: ‘Hell yes we’re going to take your AR-15s’

Loophole Used by 9/11 Hijackers Still Open with 6 Million Visa Overstays in U.S.

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by   John Binder

11 Sep 2019

There are at least six million illegal aliens who arrived in the United States the same way seven of the 9/11 Islamic terrorist hijackers came to the country: by overstaying a visa.

All 19 terrorists from 9/11 — who murdered nearly 3,000 Americans and injured more than 6,000 others in 2001 — arrived in the U.S. legally, with 16 obtaining tourist visas and three others obtaining business and student visas.

In total, seven of the 19 terrorists overstayed their visas at some point either before the 9/11 attacks or at the time of the attacks and were supposed to be deported, but never were. Continue reading

Perhaps He Could Have Just Been Sent To A Re-education Camp

PA Volunteer Fire Department Shut Down Indefinitely After It’s Discovered Member Associated With An Unapproved Group

Pennsylvania fire department is shut down indefinitely after volunteer’s Proud Boys ties

Mail Online|23 hours ago
Haverford Township officials in Delaware County were informed … the group in recent months,’ the township manager and a police official met with the fire department on August 14 to discuss ‘the seriousness of this matter and urged the fire company …

Illegal Alien Who Shot Kate Steinle Convicted Of Nothing

Senate Democrats [including Bob Casey of Pennsylvania] blocked legislation that would punish “sanctuary cities” in a 54-45 vote.

Kate Steinle

“Help Me Dad” Kate Steinle’s Last Words To Her Father After Being Shot By A Five- Time Deported Illegal Alien In The Sanctuary [for illegal aliens] City of San Francisco

Taxpayer-funded Public defender Matt Gonzalez said. “He [The five-time deported illegal alien] picked up an object [a .40-caliber SIG Sauer] not knowing what it was, it fired [just like magic], and he [the illegal alien] threw it to the ground when it did fire [just like magic].”[Possibly thinking the pistol was possessed; the illegal alien then threw the gun into the ocean and ran away. When apprehended the illegal alien told police that he “fired at a sea lion.” Apparently later the taxpayer-funded lawyers fixed his story for him.]

Court reverses sole conviction in San Francisco pier killing

By JULIET WILLIAMS August 30, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A California state appeals court on Friday threw out the sole conviction against an immigrant who fatally shot a young woman on the San Francisco waterfront in 2015 in a case that sparked a national immigration debate.

Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate was acquitted of murder in the killing of Kate Steinle, who was walking on a pier with her father when she was struck by a bullet in the back in July 2015. The appeals court overturned a single conviction on a charge of being a felon in possession of a gun.

The case against Garcia-Zarate, who was in the country illegally and had been deported five times, Continue reading