The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office is vacant in everything but name

The First Street Journal has not been particularly charitable to the Commonwealth’s Attorney General, but that is understandable: we don’t suffer fools gladly, and having a fool for an Attorney General is not a good thing. But this article is from a “progressive” Pennsylvania site: Kane Divorce Raising Questions by: John Morgan | Sun Dec 28, 2014 at 16:32:20 PM EST State AG Kathleen Kane is …

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Rape is rape, and being stupid and drunk does not excuse rape

From the Associated Press: 2 Ex-Vanderbilt Students Convicted of Rape By The Associated Press | January 27, 2015 NASHVILLE — Two former Vanderbilt football players were convicted on Tuesday of raping a fellow student in 2013 after a jury rejected claims that they were too drunk to know what they were doing and that a …

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Kathleen Kane: Pennsylvania’s clown Attorney General

We have mentioned the problems of Attorney General Kathleen Kane (D-PA) previously: Lawyer: Kane won’t quit if charged Craig R McCoy, Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writer | LAST UPDATED: Saturday, January 10, 2015, 5:25 PM | POSTED: Saturday, January 10, 2015, 2:34 PM A lawyer for embattled Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane said Saturday that …

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Why NYPD Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu are dead

From the New York Post, concerning the killing of two New York City police officers: (Ismaaiyl) Brinsley was known as a lifelong criminal with ties to Brooklyn. . . . Brinsley’s criminal record stretched back to at least 2004 and included a string of arrests in Georgia and Ohio. In Georgia’s Fulton County alone, Brinsley …

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Is there a worse state Attorney General, in any state, anywhere, than Kathleen Kane?

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s editorial board endorses Democrats in virtually every electoral contest; there are a few exceptions, in the case of a moderate Republican in a heavily Republican district, but in any actually competitive race in which the Democrat is not an absolutely certifiable loon, the Inquirer will endorse the Democrat. From today’s editorial page: …

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I sure hope that the police officer wasn’t white . . .

. . . and that the perp wasn’t black, or we’ll have Al Sharpton in Pennsylvania! Man fatally shot by police in Mayfair Aubrey Whelan and Emily Babay | Last updated: Monday, December 15, 2014, 6:09 AM A Frankford man was shot and killed by a Philadelphia police officer early Monday, police said, during a …

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Being wrong is never a discouragement to the left! They just double-down.

Law enforcement should automatically believe rape claims, to the point that they are seriously investigated. But what the left want is for rape claims to be automatically believed to the point at which the accused are punished, financially and societally, without regard to investigation or proof. The law must hold that the accused are innocent …

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The Double Standard

The rape allegations against comedian Bill Cosby have been all over the news recently, and Mr Cosby has already had shows pulled. The claims are decades old, and beyond any possibility of proof, or disproof, but liberal sites like Think Progress are full of stories which don’t question the allegations. The Lost Kos was no …

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Count on President Obama to claim the credit for this

From the San Diego Union-Tribune: Marine veteran freed from Mexican jail By Sandra Dibble | 4:55 P.M.OCT. 31, 2014 | Updated 10:38 P.M. TIJUANA — A Mexican federal district judge in Tijuana on Friday ordered the immediate release of a U.S. Marine veteran being held in Baja California on federal weapons charges. Andrew Tahmooressi, who …

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