Defrauding the government William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-26-19

Defrauding the government William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-26-19

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Defrauding the government William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-26-19 Sing ye to the Lord a new canticle: sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing ye to the Lord and bless his name: shew forth his salvation from day to day. PsalmsAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: There is no kind of dishonesty into which otherwise good people more easily and frequently fall than that of defrauding the government.
Benjamin Franklin

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Unassisted Triple Plays William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 9-25-19

There have been but 15 unassisted triple plays in the 143 years of Major League Baseball. What is noteworthy is that just four of the 30 franchises performed 60 percent of them. Cleveland Naps/Indians with three; and the Phillies, Braves and Red Sox franchises with two each. It’s also worth noting that two of them occurred within three weeks by teams playing for the same city: the Boston Red Sox on Sept. 14, 1923 against the Indians and the Boston Braves on Oct. 6, 1923 against the Philadelphia Phillies.

Unassisted Triple Plays William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 9-25-19
Unassisted Triple Plays William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 9-25-19

Restore Pa Repeats Mistakes Of Old

Restore Pa Repeats Mistakes Of Old

By Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.

 Restore Pa Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill

This past summer, the top officials for state agencies were dispatched to all corners of Pennsylvania, including here in York County, to sell the Governor’s plan to bond $4.5 billion to pay for a lengthy wish list of projects.

Long-term borrowing would provide a short-term cash infusion for infrastructure improvements including, but not limited to, blight remediation and improved flood controls, parks and trails, and expanded access to high-speed internet.

On the surface, some may say this sounds reasonable and responsible. As the Chair of the Senate Communications and Technology Committee, I have spent my summer conducting a series of public hearings on the issue of expanding access to high-speed broadband internet for more Pennsylvanians. This is an important issue to many residents throughout York County, where internet may be slow to non-existent.

However, as the lead proponent for this issue in the Senate, I believe it is important that we have clearly defined the size, scope, and magnitude of the problem, identified the steps necessary to address the problem, and have a reasonable cost estimate to resolve it. None of which has been verified by the administration.

Early on in this endeavor, as I looked at how we could close our state’s digital divide, the initial estimates from the Federal Communications Commission indicated we had around 800,000 Pennsylvanians lacking access to high-speed internet. A recent Penn State study shows that number is closer to 11 million.

Now the governor wants to borrow money to address this problem. Yet again, the problem has not been fully defined nor quantified.

Think about it this way: you go to the bank to take out a loan to buy a car. You do not know if you are going to buy a used Ford Focus or a brand new Chevy Corvette. Both good cars, but very different price tags. You would not do that with your own borrowing, but this is exactly what Restore PA pledges to do.

And Restore PA is not an isolated issue. We have found ourselves in this mess before, because a problem was not thoroughly vetted or defined.

During Governor Tom Ridge’s administration, the state entered into a contract to deploy a telecommunications network to be used by the State Police, other law enforcement agencies, and first responders. The goal was to build out a statewide infrastructure that would provide reliable and stable communications, especially during times of emergency.

To date, the state plowed over $800 million— more than four times the original estimated cost—into this program and it still does not work.

Since taking office, Governor Wolf has pursued new taxes on the natural gas industry. While York County has no active drilling, it has been a beneficiary of revenue the state collects from drilling. In fact, York County has received over $3.1 million in impact fee revenues since 2011 and more than $485,000 last year alone.

Pennsylvania’s impact fee raised more money than West Virginia, Ohio, Arkansas and Colorado combined, despite these four states combining to produce more natural gas than the Commonwealth.

To tack on additional energy taxes in Pennsylvania to throw funding toward an undefined problem is irresponsible and repeats the same mistakes of old.

As someone who is working through the issue of getting more Pennsylvanians connected to the internet, we need to go through the process methodically and systematically. Like any state issue, you can throw all of the money in the world at a problem and it will still never be enough.

We need to be efficient, good stewards of taxpayer dollars.

In the Senate, I have had two resolutions receive the support of the entire state Senate that lay out our game plan on addressing this long-standing issue.

First, my Senate Resolution 47 requires a special legislative commission to be formed and made up of key stakeholders – from both the private sector and public sector – to look at the delivery of high-speed broadband services to unserved and underserved areas of the state.

My Senate Resolution 48 requires an investigation and an audit into taxes you and I paid back in the late 1990s and early 2000s through our phone bills that were dedicated to the deployment of high-speed internet. It will ensure those taxes we paid did what we were told they would do – connect more people to the internet.

We have seen the failures of throwing hard-earned tax dollars at a problem without a real strategy. We cannot repeat the mistakes of old and expect a different result.

Kristin Phillips-Hill represents the 28th District in the Pennsylvania Senate.

Pleasant hours fly fast William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-25-19

Pleasant hours fly fast William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-25-19

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Pleasant hours fly fast William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-25-19 Sing ye to the Lord a new canticle: sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing ye to the Lord and bless his name: shew forth his salvation from day to day. PsalmsAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Pleasant hours fly fast.
John Quigg

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Second spring William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-24-19

Second spring William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-24-19

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Second spring William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-24-19 Sing ye to the Lord a new canticle: sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing ye to the Lord and bless his name: shew forth his salvation from day to day. PsalmsAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.
Albert Camus

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Design of the Reichstag William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 9-23-19

The design of the Reichstag building in Berlin where Hitler gave speeches and the Soviets raised a flag is based on Philadelphia’s Memorial Hall.

Design of the Reichstag William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 9-23-19
Design of the Reichstag William Lawrence Sr Omnibit

Autumn rains William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-23-19

Autumn rains William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-23-19

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Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Be glad, people of Zion, rejoice in the Lord your God, for he has given you the autumn rains because he is faithful. He sends you abundant showers, both autumn and spring rains, as before.
Joel

Autumn rains William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-23-19
 Sing ye to the Lord a new canticle: sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing ye to the Lord and bless his name: shew forth his salvation from day to day. Psalms
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Autumn 2019 Starts Now

Autumn 2019 Starts Now

Autumn 2019 Starts Now — The 2019 autumnal equinox is right now 3:50 a.m. EDT, Sept. 23 according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac as the sun crosses the celestial equator. Fall has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere, and the days are now shorter than the nights and will continue to be so until the spring equinox.

The celestial equator is a circle concentric with the actual equator that extends infinitely to space. As the Earth has a 23 degree tilt the the northern half tilts towards the Sun during half its orbit and away the other half. The equinoxes occur when tilt switches.

Autumn 2019 Starts Now

Days are short William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-22-19

Days are short William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-22-19

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Days are short William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 9-22-19 Sing ye to the Lord a new canticle: sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing ye to the Lord and bless his name: shew forth his salvation from day to day. PsalmsAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: In youth, the days are short and the years are long. In old age, the years are short and days long.
Pope Paul VI

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