Keystone Constitutional League Broached

Keystone Constitutional League Broached — The podcast for the Feb. 4 Our Time with John Haenn can be heard below.

Among John’s topics is the status of the Tea Party movement. He proposes the Keystone Constitutional League to re-energize it.

John’s show can be heard live 8:30-9 a.m., the first Monday of the month on WFYL.

Keystone Constitutional League Broached On Our Time

Les Gentiles Les Mechants Is An Anthem

Les Gentiles Les Mechants Is An Anthem — A video of a song becoming anthemic among France’s Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) movement is exploding the right heads.

The music comes from the 1973 French hit Les gentils, les méchants by Michel Fugain with biting new lyrics by French singer Marguerite

The English translation of the title is “Good People, Bad People”. In Marguerite’s version she sarcastically refers to rich, elite, major media etc. as “good people” and the working class as the bad ones as that is how they are portrayed in the major media by the self-proclaimed elites.

Gilets Jaunes started as a protest against higher fuel costs instituted as part of a scheme by the “you (not me) must suffer to save the planet from global warming” French powers-that-be.

It is now becoming a worldwide thing addressing a myriad of issues ranging from child molestation by the rich and powerful to unrestricted immigration and unequal enforcement of laws.

Below is Marguerite’s video with English subtitles. Someone should send it to Gov. Wolf.

Les Gentiles Les Mechants Is An Anthem
Les Gentiles Les Mechants Is An Anthem

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference 2018

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference 2018 — Registration is happening for the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference October Briefing on Friday, Oct. 26, at the Crowne Plaza in King of Prussia, PA. There will be a full day of activities starting at 9 a.m. including morning presentations, a noon luncheon, and afternoon panel discussion

On the agenda are Jonathan Williams of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), co-author of the Rich States/Poor States report; activist training by Daryn Iwicki from Americans for Prosperity; a U.S. Supreme Court update by Michael Geer of the PA Family Institute; a political update by Montgomery County GOP Chairwoman Elizabeth Preate Havey, and a speech by Pennsylvania Lt. Gubernatorial candidate Jeff Bartos.

Political commentator Kathy Barnett will be the featured luncheon speaker.

Following the luncheon will be an Issues that Women Care About panel presentation with a keynote speech by noted political scientist and frequent cable news commentator Carol Swain and panelists Kathy Barnette; Maria Espinoza, national director of The Remembrance Project; and Monica Burke of the Heritage Foundation.

The Pennsylvania Leadership Conference is the premiere gathering of public policy conservatives each year in the Keystone State. It is the largest and longest-running of the state-based conservative conferences regularly attracting a long list of conservative elected officials, scholars, journalists and activists for two days of speeches, panel presentations, workshops and networking.

Registration for seating can be made at  www.paleadershipconference.org.

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference 2018

John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper

John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper — John Haenn had an excellent interview with Leo Knepper of Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania (CAP), May 7 concerning the potential of Pennsylvania and why it’s not reaching it.

Check it out below:

John’s program “Our Time” airs 8:30-9 a.m., the first Monday of the month on WFYL 1180 AM.

John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper

John Haenn Interviews Leo Knepper

 

Conservative Power Blasts Pennsylvania Republicans (And Val)

Conservative Power Blasts Pennsylvania Republicans (And Val)

Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania, which has become a major power in state politics, has released a flyer (above) bitterly blasting the State GOP and its legislative lapdogs.

State Party Chairman Val DiGiorgio, who we warned you about and warned you about and warned you about is featured prominently.

He is “example 3” as to why you should not donate to the party and is, fairly, described as “lobbyist.”

Did you know that Val worked with state Attorney General and Dem bigwig Josh Shapiro at the political fixing firm Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young and that Val’s wife got a $105,000 a year job with Josh’s fiefdom better known as Montgomery County.

Enough Republican state committeepeople apparently didn’t else two more votes would have been flipped to keep Val from winning the chairmanship.

He’s been doing a heckuva job hasn’t he? The Democrats certainly think so.

By the way, Donna Ellingsen, whose integrity has made her Val’s nemesis, is running for state committee along with Timothy Welsh of Oxford in Chester County this May 15. If you live in the area and care about fighting cronyism, vote for Donna and Timothy.  Better yet, volunteer to help them get elected.

Her area consists of  Coatesville, Modena, Valley North & South, Atglen, East Fallowfield, Highland, Parkesburg, Sadsbury, West Fallowfield, West Sadsbury, Elk, East Nottingham, West Nottingham, Oxford Borough, Lower Oxford, Upper Oxford, Caln and West Brandywine.

Val still works with Stradley Ronon and is prominently featured on its website.

Conservative Power Blasts Pennsylvania Republicans (And Val)

Dennis Prager Visiting Havertown

Dennis Prager Visiting Havertown — Dennis Prager, the mind behind PragerU that is brilliantly upsetting the narrow-minded bigots who enforce the status quo, will appear 7 p.m., April 10 at the Llanerch Country Club in Havertown.

Tickets are $75 and include a cocktail reception and light dinner fare. A $250 VIP ticket is also available that provides admittance to a pre-event reception with Mr. Prager at 6 p.m.

The event benefits Regina Angelorum Academy, a 10-year-old private Catholic School in Ardmore  that provides a classical education.

For information about the event with Mr. Prager call 215-287-6218.

Dennis Prager Visiting Havertown

Dennis Prager Visiting Havertown

 

Bullies Shut Bloomsburg Bridal Boutique

Bullies Shut Bloomsburg Bridal Boutique — H8ers gonna H8. Carla Daddesi has told us that W. W. Bridal Boutique of Bloomsburg, Pa is closing March 30.

The family business was run by a Christian couple who gently declined to sell a lesbian couple two white bridal dresses in 2014. Well, you know the H8 started. The well-respected business was subject to vicious attacks on social media  and an organized boycott.

It was too much and now they’re shutting down after 22 years, putting seven people out of work. You think that’s justice? Some do but nobody decent.

Hey Scott Wagner, if you get elected governor will you defend small businesses like this? LOL.

Here is Carla’s YouTube video. Watch it quick. You never know when the H8ers are going to get it taken down.

If you are a decent person it will make your blood boil about what happened to W.W. Bridal.

 

Bullies Shut Bloomsburg Bridal Boutique

Bullies Shut Bloomsburg Bridal Boutique

 

 

Mango Vs Wagner Splits Tea Partiers

Mango Vs Wagner Splits Tea Partiers — A lot of stuff is flying at us concerning the GOP gubernatorial battle. State Sen. Scott Wagner, of course, is being savaged for his strange support of bathroom bills giving a man — among other things — by-right access to Interstate ladies rooms because he claims to feel like a woman.

That he canceled an appearance at a forum, Sunday (Feb. 11) hosted  by the Pennsylvania Family Council has not helped him.

Wagner of York County, however, ended up being a strong supporter of President Trump during his 2016 campaign and has been outspoken in his opposition to Pennsylvania’s cronyism and corruption.

And Wagner is pro life and pro Second Amendment.

His main opponent, Paul Mango from Allegheny County, is being attacked for being a senior partner of the consulting firm McKinsey & Co, which was recently contracted by Gov. Tom Wolf for a study concerning the state budget. Mango is also getting grief for having backed Jeb Bush in the last GOP presidential primary. Mango, however, got on board the Trump train when he secured the nomination.

And Mango, a graduate of West Point who served with the 82nd Airborne Division, has hired Trump strategist David Urban and obtained the endorsement of Trump ally Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton.

He also is right on the right issues.

For what it’s worth, either man is an infinite improvement over Tom Wolf. We’d back Wagner in a heartbeat but for his backing the bizarre bathroom bills. As it is, we lean towards Mango.

Mango Vs Wagner Splits Tea Partiers

Mango Vs Wagner Splits Tea Partiers

 

 

 

Using GAB, Where Twitter Refugees Go

Using GAB, Where Twitter Refugees GoUsing GAB, Where Twitter Refugees Go — Twitter permanently banned accounts, Dec. 18, of those it deemed to be practicing hate speech. Nobody likes bigots but Twitter’s action looked suspiciously like a purge of those dissenting from the politics and aesthetics of those of the Twitter bosses.

While our account as of this writing is in good standing we have been spending our time on GAB, a website dedicated to open discourse and free speech.

Powerful forces are calling GAB a hate site because of this principle.

Oh yes, there is hate on that site. We have found full-blown Nazis, and misogynists. We have found Christian-hating atheists and other assorted bigots.

On the other hand, we have also found out-spoken Zionists and Muslims. We have found fans of  notorious homosexual Milo Yiannopoulos’ Dangerous.com; along with just generally nice people posting Bible verses and wishing all a Merry Christmas.

The only prohibitions on GAB concern posting private information, threats including terrorism, and illegal pornography.

Free-speech sites don’t have a great track record. They invariably  seem to fall to trolling and devolve to petty bickering. GAB has wrinkles, though, that give us hope for its success. It is very easy to “mute” posters — i.e. personally ban them — along with words one might find offensive.  It is ad free and hopes to make a profit by charging those wishing options like identity verification or access to the looming service of GABTV, a $5.99 monthly subscription.

We wish it well and encourage all to check it out. It can be found here.

 

Using GAB, Where Twitter Refugees Go