Remembrances Officer Down Bradley Fox Plymouth Township Police Officer End-of-watch

Police Officer Brad Fox, one day short of his 35th birthday,  was shot and killed while involved in a foot pursuit along the Schuylkill River Trail, near the intersection of Conshohocken and Ernest Station Roads.

He and other officers had been investigating an accident when the driver of a vehicle drove around traffic stopped at the scene, prompting the officers to pursue the vehicle. The vehicle, which was later determined to be stolen, struck another car before the driver fled on foot along the trail.

Officer Fox radioed for backup and began searching for the suspect with his canine, Nick. As they walked up a hill adjacent to railroad tracks, the suspect emerged from an ambush position and opened fire, killing Officer Fox and wounding K9 Nick. The murderer then fatally shot himself in the chest twice. The investigation determined that the subject was on felony probation at the time, …

Kathleen Kane’s Incompetence v. Republican Fecklessness 2016

It appears that Kathleen Kane is in over her head. Her credentials were thin, to begin with, but she wasn’t tied to Corbett the way that Dave Freed was. Kathleen Kane may well be unqualified to be AG.

Let us see what happens to the Turnpike “pay to play” case and to the Spanier, Schultz and Curly trial. If she loses either or both, it will be more evidence of her incompetence.

The good news for Kathleen Kane is that the feckless Republicans do not have any candidate even remotely qualified to challenge Kathleen Kane. 

In 2012 Kathleen Kane dominated Dave Freed who could not win the Republican base vote. Dave Freed received substantially fewer votes than either of the other two statewide candidates for Auditor General John Maher or Treasurer Diana Irey  Vaughan. The base rejected Corbett’s choice. If Corbett loses, as is likely, in November, then Rs may …

Big Business Immigration and Cheap Labor: Union’s E-Verify

National Homebuilders Association of America makes the case for more immigrant labor, in effect, Open Borders and Amnesty. It should not surprise anyone that Big Business, like the National Association of Homebuilders, is pushing for Amnesty, another word for “cheap labor”.  Securing the southern border is not a priority. (Oddly, though, the northern border is secure).

We have been through this before beginning with Reagan’s signing of Simpson-Mazzoli Immigration Reform Act of 1986.  Bipartisan Promises were made by the government: those promises were not kept.

Pennsylvania’s Bipartisan  Union supported    

Unions oppose “cheap labor” and I have to think were it not for the Union opposition, we would be flooded with illegals.  

Pennsylvania passed an E-Verify law sponsored by BucksCo Democrat Galloway in 2012.  General Act 127 of 2012  The Republican-controlled Pennsylvania House 29 June 2012  vote was near-unanimous with the 6 NAY votes coming from Democrats (2 LVE). The …

Democratic 1% of 1% – New York Times Hires CEO – $ 4,000,000

NYTimes 1% of 1% …Double Standards and Double Talking from Democratic Media.

NYTimes $4 million versus Bloomberg $10.5 million – new CEO’s Pay Package

“The New York Times Company is paying its new chief executive, Mark Thompson, an annual salary of $1 million and an immediate sign-on bonus valued at $3 million. Note that Mr. Thompson’s “…compensation is much the same as that of his predecessor, Janet Robinson, in terms of annual salary and bonus eligibility. Ms. Robinson left the company last December.”

Bloomberg calculates the pay package at $10.5 million !!!!!! 

Thompson, who served as the British Broadcasting Corp.’s director-general, stands to make as much as $4.5 million from his signing bonus, $2 million in annual incentives and $3 million in long-term incentives. ” READ MORE Bloomberg 17 August 2012

Mr. Thompson’s predecessor exited with some protests from rank and file employees: ” Times Co. (NYT)’s union workers had …