Mike boasts of the Texas highway system’s top-ten rating, to which Frank Sorick responds that Pennsylvania’s potholes function as speed bumps to enhance traffic safety. Lou wants to talk about the Pennsylvania State Police’s police state actions in the Poconos in their manhunt for the alleged killer of one of their own recently. Will conservatives champion the US Constitution in light of the PSPs many Fourth Amendment violations, to say nothing of their violations of the PA Constitution.
Did anybody have to deal with oral thrush, or candida in mouth?
I have it for more than 3 weeks, but started treating it for 8 days. It doesn't seem to go away. I also have a very dry mouth. It started at the same time as candida.
What was Lou’s involvement in a recent bank robbery in his neck of the woods? Mike wants to know. Lou introduces the thrust of this broadcast: how do we change a broken system? He wants to see the “good ol’ boy” network tossed, especially PA Senators Smucker and Greenleaf.
State police say one trooper is dead and another is injured after a shooting at a state police barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania. A search is underway for the suspect.
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When I became chair of the [Pennsylvania] Senate Education Committee, I decided to focus on students and their parents. If education is truly about children, they should always be the focus.
However, most of my time as Chair has very little to do with students or parents. Rather, it’s mostly about money. And, it’s often about the employment of adults.
Civil forfeiture is a little-known legal device that allows law enforcement officials to take your property, sell it and pocket the proceeds—even if you have done nothing wrong.
The most terrifying place in Philadelphia is Courtroom 478 in City Hall. This is where property owners enter Philadelphia’s Civil Forfeiture Machine.
2) We’re well into the President’s second term. Do you sense the President is able to be more candid now he doesn’t have to run for re-election?
All second term Presidents have an opportunity to focus on challenges irrespective of the politics, because they don’t have to face the electorate.
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As the Independent Gazette delves further into the Custody for Cash saga, it seems the scope of contamination extends further and further across Pennsylvania.
An investigation into a case in Montgomery County (just north of Philadelphia) has uncovered a judge who continued to write orders after recusing himself and an apparent conflict of interest involving a former chair of the Pennsylvania Judicial Conduct Board whose firm, Lamb McErlane, includes a former justice of the PA Supreme Court.
Lawsuits filed against Pennsylvania Supreme Court: Entire Pennsylvania judicial system alleged to be unconstitutionalSubmitted by muckraker on Fri, 09/05/2014 - 13:17
Two separate lawsuits were leveled against the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and other defendants Thursday, September 4.
Congressional candidate for Pennsylvania's Eleventh District, Andy Ostrowski, was the first to file against the courts, in the United States Middle District of the Third Circuit. The second to file is Ed Bogan, who submitted his case in the United States Eastern District Court. He also named the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the Office of Disciplinary Counsel as defendants, among others.
I have lived in the borough of South Williamsport for my entire life. There isn't necessarily anything special about South Williamsport except for one thing. The eyes of the world turn upon South Williamsport to watch the Little League World Series every year and I despise it. Just a couple miles from where I live, tens of thousands of people are flocking to watch the championship game today. A lot of people consider it a privilege to live in a place that attracts this many people each year, but I am not one of them.
A former Washington County juvenile probation officer has sued the county, its president judge and other officials, saying he was fired after he blew the whistle about allegedly inappropriate placement of children in detention facilities.
Common Pleas President Judge Debbie O’Dell Seneca also is named in the suit for allegedly recording conversations in the courthouse after juvenile court officials became suspicious about the number of recommendations for youths to be placed with Abraxas Youth & Family Services.
This broadcast is all about a rallying cry to action. Mike begins by relating a story about Major Hutchinson and the Populist Party and their platform in Texas in the late 19th century. One of the Party’s aims was to reduce the salaries of public servants but they also addressed the banking system of the day.
In yet another example of the federal government’s war on self-sufficiency, the U.S. Department of Agriculture shut down a seed library in Pennsylvania, claiming that a system whereby residents could borrow heirloom seeds and then replace them at harvest time was a violation of the 2004 Seed Act, while a commissioner warned that such behavior could lead to “agri-terrorism.”