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Montco Threatens Delco With Homeless Invasion; What Will Christine Reuther Do? — Radio host extraordinaire Dom Giordano has a column in today’s, June 13, Delaware Valley Journal concerning a threat made by Norristown Council President Tom LePera to send the borough’s homeless to the Villanova University Campus.
Nova law professor and homeless advocate Stephanie Sena has been doing her best to keep Norristown, which has a poverty rate of 21 percent, from solving the problem.
LePera, a Democrat, noted that Villanova has lots of dorm rooms available with school being out for the summer.
Villanova is in Delaware County’s rich Radnor Township, the Main Line land of limousine liberals.
LePera has since somewhat walked back his statements so Christine Reuther might be able to refrain from ranting at Joy Schwartz about it during the next Delco Council meeting.
Montco Threatens Delco With Homeless Invasion; What Will Christine Reuther Do?
Bidens Got Millions From Ukrainian Kleptocrat Says Feds — Chuck Grassley, a long-time mainstream Republican senator from Iowa, said yesterday, June 12, that the Burisma executive who allegedly paid Joe Biden and Hunter Biden kept 17 audio recordings of his conversations with them as an “insurance policy.”
He cited as his source the FBI FD-1023 form that the FBI briefed congressional lawmakers.
The indictment of President Donald Trump has nothing to do with law, justice or national security.
This is a quiet war between those who want to turn the United States into a feudal dictatorship as represented by Biden albeit not necessarily led by him, and those who want to stop them as represented by Donald Trump.
Bidens Got Millions From Ukrainian Kleptocrat Says Feds
Confederate Flag Burning Is Illegal In Some Places
By Bob Small
We live in a land where it’s legal to burn a US Flag but illegal to burn a Confederate Flag.
At least maybe. The Supreme Court has yet to rule about banning flag burning regarding those that aren’t our national symbol of unity.
In Spence vs Washington (1974) the Court, after all, rejected the state of Washington’s argument that “promoting respect for the flag or preserving the flag as a symbol of the nation constituted important government interests”.
The Court reinforced it in 1989 in the 5-4 Texas vs Johnson decision.
We honor the rulings of the US Supreme Court, even when we disagree with them.
This means Pennsylvania can’t pass an anti-flag burning law, without a Federal one that passes Supreme Court muster.
Gene Stilp has been on a flag-burning tour of central Pennsylvania. However, in November, he reached a $10,000 settlement with Bellefonte, Pa., and has numerous other suits against various towns including State College.
In several Southern States, there is a Confederate Flag Day, this year having been on March 4.
I missed it too.
It was signed into Arkansas law by Governor Orval Faubus on Feb. 28, 1957.
There have been clashes over the Confederate Flag Day.
The burning of the Confederate Flag is illegal in some Southern States.
It has yet to be ascertained whether the bans would pass constitutional muster, however, as nobody has apparently been arrested while attempting to burn one.
The Confederate Flag is a symbol of an unfortunate myth. It would be nice to see it simply pass into history.
Couldn’t we come to the place where we mourn all American soldiers who have died during war as Americans?
Lastly, why give such power to a symbol? Why should the burning of any flag substitutes as shorthand for a cogent argument for a political stand?
Come home to roost William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 6-13-23
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Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Curses, like chickens, come home to roost.