Senator Bob Casey: Lying through his scummy teeth!

Remember back in 1992, how Governor Robert Casey (D-PA), a pro-life Democrat, wanted to speak at the Democratic National Convention? From Wikipedia: Because he considered abortion a key social issue for the 1992 presidential election, Casey tried to get a speaking slot to give a minority plank on the topic at the 1992 Democratic National …

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Kathleen Kane makes a fool of herself . . . again.

I was going to post, yesterday, about this story from The Philadelphia Inquirer, in which our very pretty but intellectually vacuous Attorney General, Kathleen Kane, rather than admitting that she had been wrong concerning her allegations that then-Attorney General, and now Governor Tom Corbett (R-PA) delayed the investigation into the child sexual abuse allegations against …

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Kathleen Kane, wrong again!

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Sandusky investigation was reasonable, report finds Craig R. McCoy and Angela Couloumbis, Inquirer Staff Writers | Last updated: Monday, June 23, 2014, 1:07 AM | Posted: Sunday, June 22, 2014, 10:48 PM A report into the three-year investigation of serial sex abuser Jerry Sandusky found that prosecutors, facing a shaky initial …

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Equality of opportunity apparently isn’t good enough for Karen Heller

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Karen Heller is upset: In Pennsylvania, female politicians face different rules Karen Heller, Philadelphia Inquirer Columnist | Posted: Wednesday, June 4, 2014, 1:08 AM Pennsylvania’s primary was notable for the number of Democratic female candidates for governor and Congress, including Allyson Schwartz, Katie McGinty, Val Arkoosh, Marjorie Margolies, and Shaughnessy Naughton. Every …

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Democrisy: Attorney General Kathleen Kane caught lying (again)

Kathleen Kane won the election to become Attorney General in Pennsylvania, basing much of her campaign on a promise to investigate whether political connections dragged out the Commonwealth’s investigation and charging of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky on child sexual abuse charges. Mrs Kane cast herself as a fearless crusader against political …

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Economics 101: If you don’t have the money, then you don’t have the money!

Philadelphia is a union town, no doubt about that. The various labor unions control most construction in the city, and virtually all of the city government is unionized. But the unions aren’t very happy right now. At the annual Labor Day parade yesterday, held in the rain, the unions expressed their dissatisfaction with Mayor Michael …

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Two minimum wage employees

There is a combined Arby’s/ Long John Silver’s fast food restaurant on Blakeslee Boulevard outside of Lehighton, Pennsylvania, across from the Lowe’s store. Other than the managers, most fast food employees are minimum wage (or very close) workers, and such places tend to have high turnover of personnel. Such places also frequently have seemingly uncaring …

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Where is the Rev Al Sharpton when we need him?

Perhaps the Reverend Al Sharpton thinks that his work in Philadelphia is done. After all, in 2012, the percentage of murder victims in Philadelphia who were black dropped from 85.2% to 79.8% of the total from the previous year. Of course, there were still 264 young blacks, the vast majority of whom were younger black …

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Getting what they voted for

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Council passes new AVI tax rate It also voted to add a $2-a-pack cigarette tax but needs approval from the state to levy it. Troy Graham, Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writer | Published Friday, June 14, 2013, 3:01 AM After more than two years of sometimes caustic debate over Mayor Nutter’s property-tax …

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