Pam Geller Reports And Philly Happenings

Pam Geller Reports And Philly Happenings

By Dr. Robert Sklaroff

Philly and Pennsylvania often mirrors national forces and, thus, this “homer” has aggregated on-point cites, many of which are from the Inqy [when it suppresses bias]. For example, Brittany Salerno and Barbara Capozzi provided a pro/con debate on whether safe injection sites are desirable; I went to Penn State with Barbara, who is a South Philly real estate agent whose Dem-$-raiser I once attended (She’s color-blind, literally and figuratively). Fortunately, she took the “correct” side, opposing government-given drugs.

Other Philly-evolutions have been captured, reflecting lotsa stuff impacting urban USA:

Inga Saffron: By turning Fairmount Water Works into a party space, Philly exemplifies the worst of park privatization

As they rip up worn trolley tracks on South 40th Street, SEPTA construction crews have been excavating pieces of Philadelphia history

Few buildings from the 1876 Centennial in Fairmount Park are still standing

A new plan for the Navy Yard would add residential, commercial, and retail space to ‘create a new community’

Owner of Melrose & Broad Street Diners obtained demolition permits

Police Seek Gang of Black Children in Beating Death of Elderly Black Man

‘Queer-owned’ leftist Philly cafe shut down by woke employees for not being left-wing enough

A western Pennsylvania lawmaker wanted to hold up Penn State’s budget funding unless it comes clean about where it’s storing the statue of former football coach Joe Paterno.

The PA Department of State filed suit against three Commonwealth county boards of elections (Berks, Fayette and Lancaster = “outlier counties”) for not properly certifying vote tallies from the May 17 primary election; they “are holding up final certification of PA’s 2022 primary election because they refuse to send the Acting Secretary of the Commonwealth (Leigh Chapman) certified returns that include every ballot lawfully cast in that election. This Court should order the three county boards that are delaying resolution of the 2022 primary election to send to the Acting Secretary certifications reflecting all lawfully cast ballots.” They are “to submit a single set of results that include[s] mail-in votes that arrived in undated external envelopes.” Those ballots have been the subject of several other lawsuits.” 

Pa. lawmakers agreed to a big election funding deal — with strings attached — as election proposals swirled during budget season. But the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette warned new PA Election Rules Will Make Things Worse. The state’s new budget calls for $45 million to help counties run their elections, including roughly $4.75 million for Allegheny County. But the rules of the “election integrity grant program” that counties must accept to receive the money are ineffective and counterproductive. 

Generally, the journalistic input of Pamela Geller is integrated within the memos but, here, it’s desirable to dramatize the uniqueness of one day’s output:

DoJ EXTORTING Testimonies Out of Their Witnesses

Daughter Delivers Elderly Mother with Cancer to Prison on Jan 6 Charges, “Scared to Death. I’m Frightened”

Almost a THIRD of Americans believe they’ll need to take up arms against the government, 68% of rural voters say the government is ‘corrupt and rigged against everyday people like me’

The Democrat Regime is Rewriting The History of the mRNA Vaccines

FDA Grants EMERGENCY Authorization for Another COVID-19 Vaccine

Trump SOS Mike Pompeo; Mr. President, your weakness is making the Middle East more dangerous

California School Punishes First Grader for Saying Any Life Matters

Mexican Cartel Drug Traffickers Released On Bail-Reform Laws After Feds Arrest Them In New York City With $1.2 Million Of Meth

Biden In Israel: “Honor of the Holocaust”

Biden says US would use military force against Iran as a ‘last resort’ to prevent it from developing a nuclear weapon

Muttering and Lost: Disoriented Biden – “What Am I Doing Now?”

Massive Numbers Crossing Rio Grande in Eagle Pass, Texas

Left-Wing Group Lands $171 MiIllion Gov’t Contract That Could Reach $1 Billion To Help Illegal Immigrants Avoid Deportation

More of Hunter Biden’s sick, depraved life comes to light

‘Palestinian’ terror group and Iranian state TV channel back mapping project against Jews, pro-Israel Christian groups in America

TRUMP PEACE. Saudi Magazine Praises Arab Israelis Who Serve in IDF

Democrats Unanimously REJECTED Amendment to Increase Penalties For All Child Sex Trafficking offenses

President of the Islamic Cultural Center: “All of Europe – inshallah – will be Muslim. So, have children!”

Soros-Backed LA DA Gascon Kills ‘Lifer Unit,’ Will No Longer Let Victims Know When Their Assaulters Are up for Parole

UNRWA inciting violence with U.S. funding

Dr. Sklaroff is a resident of Montgomery County and practices oncology and hematology in Philadelphia.

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Congress Tries to Slip Immigration Into Must-Pass Defense Bill

Congress Tries to Slip Immigration Into Must-Pass Defense Bill

By Joe Guzzardi

With a final vote soon to come on the must-pass fiscal 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), expansionists have filed a slew of immigration amendments unrelated to national security.

Backdoor immigration amendments that have no ties to defense spending are an annual distraction practiced by Republicans and Democrats alike. Time is running out for immigration advocates to get their pet legislation passed. The August recess is at hand, and after Congress returns, mid-term election campaigning will begin in earnest, which will minimize the chance of passing controversial immigration bills.

This year, two immigration amendments are front and center. The first is Rep. Deborah K. Ross’ (D-N.C.) that would grant amnesty to who she referred to as “documented Dreamers,” an estimated 200,000 young people who grew up in the U.S. as dependents on their parents’ employment visas. When DREAMers turn 21, they’re at risk for deportation. While Ross’ amendment has bipartisan support, and is said to be under Senate consideration, it hasn’t advanced in either chamber.

Ross’ proposal, if enacted, would send a message to smugglers and coyotes that Congress’ priority isn’t enforcement but to create more economic incentives for migrants and their families to risk their lives with dangerous border crossings. Congress’ urgency for deferred action for childhood arrivals must be to protect future young migrants from falling into the same immigration limbo status that has, for years, bedeviled current DREAMers. Such a plan would include mandatory E-Verify to eliminate the jobs magnet that lures illegal immigrants. Family-based chain migration should end. Adults shouldn’t be encouraged to use their minor children as anchors to keep them in the U.S. Since the White House has ceded operational control of the border to criminal cartels, strict enforcement laws are required to protect future migrants.

A second untimely and harmful amendment is Rep. Zoe Lofgren’s (D-Calif.) proposal to remove the numerical caps from certain science, technology, engineering and math degree holders (STEM) in national-security related fields. Lofgren, an immigration lawyer, chairs the House Immigration and Citizenship Subcommittee. If Lofgren’s amendment is included in the 2023 NDAA, high-skilled immigrants would more quickly become lawful permanent residents and the labor force would expand significantly. A larger labor pool creates a more challenging employment market for U.S. tech workers with STEM degrees, including recent university graduates, to obtain the white-collar jobs they’re qualified to hold.

Congress Tries to Slip Immigration Into Must-Pass Defense Bill

Ross and Lofgren’s wished-for amendments read as if they were drawn up by the donor-based elite and immigration lawyers, both categories of which would profit immensely if the proposals became law. With 54 million working-age (16-64) Americans neither working nor looking for work, and millions more who are underemployed workers – they hold part-time jobs, but want full-time employment – proposed immigration laws should benefit them, and not foreign-born nationals. The most adversely affected when immigration expands are those without a college diploma, most often blacks, Latinos and women, but also white males.

Increasing immigration is the dominant talking point in the roiling immigration reform debate and has reached the point where advocates maneuver to include amendments in a must-pass defense bill. Few in Congress, and no one participating in the NDAA hearings, speaks on behalf of the millions of Americans whose jobs and livelihoods increased legal immigration threatens. Scholars from the University of California, San Diego and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond found that the H-1B visa led to an Indian tech boom – in India! At the same time, U.S. tech workers at Disney, Southern California Edison, Met LifeWal-Mart and myriad corporations have been displaced by mostly Indian H-1B visa workers.

Immigration doesn’t belong in the NDAA. Advocates like Ross, Lofgren and others can introduce stand-alone bills to advance their agendas, not slip amendments into must-pass legislation. Congress should always protect Americans from an overage of legal, employment-based visa workers, but especially during this period of open borders and high domestic unemployment.

Joe Guzzardi writes about immigration issues and impacts. Read more at

Congress Tries to Slip Immigration into Must-Pass Defense Bill

Dealing With Bathroom Bills

Dealing With Bathroom Bills

By Bob Small

Let us start by agreeing that transexuals, whether female-to-male or male-to-female, remain human beings and should retain the rights of all human beings. Not a radical concept, one would think.

However, all human beings, as children say many times “need to go bathroom”. Here is where the controversy begins, both here and internationally.  The British and other controversies  be covered later.

According to 34 Pa Code section 41.21: “The entrances of all retiring rooms for women shall be clearly marked. Men are not permitted to use or frequent a retiring room assigned to women …

This seems fairly clear-cut, except for this question: where does a male-to-female transexual fit in, especially one who is pre-op?

Dealing With Bathroom Bills

Well, we now have PA Senate Bill 613 and PA House Bill 613, which, it is to be hoped, will clear this up.  While they don’t specifically use the term “bathroom”, both of these bills discuss “facilities” and “privilege”. The term “facilities” has been interpreted elsewhere to include restrooms; indeed, what else would it mean?

This information comes from, which opposes men at any stage of transition entering women’s’ rest rooms.

It has occurred to me that I might be standing next to a female-to-male in the next stall, but I wouldn’t expect any problem, nor would I even know.

At any rate, this situation never seems to be addressed, probably because there’s not a power imbalance between men and other men.

Another observer to whom I was referred said, “The point is, these men were able to gain access to these spaces because of the idea that a man becomes a woman the instant he says, “I’m a woman”.

Regarding male-to-female transexuals, another viewpoint states that “We want the exact same thing that most of the other women want”. I urge you to read this article.

The following quotes are from people whom I know well, who want to remain anonymous, so fiery is the topic:

From a Springfield conservative on HB 300:

“Its proponents want to assign protections enjoyed by people with immutable characteristics (such as race, color, sex, national origin, handicap, or disability) to people with changeable behaviors and mental states”.

This seemed to be the best summation I ever heard of the conservative view.

A transexual friend now living in Vermont merely asks me to imagine having to avoid using bathrooms in public, due to fear of choosing the “wrong” one.

I just have to find one marked “men”. My life is simple by comparison.

Dealing With Bathroom Bills

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