Elanco Arrogance Inspires Mom To Run For School Board

Elanco Arrogance Inspires Mom To Run For School Board — A silver lining in the dark cloud of the last two years is that citizens are waking up and getting involved.

Jennifer Jarvis of Lancaster County, Pa. attended her first school board meeting last month. She was concerned about the Eastern Lancaster County School District’s (Elanco) stringent mandatory mask policy and the affect it would have on her seven-year-old son who has autism and a sensory processing disorder.

The school board brushed her concerns aside with condescension and arrogance.

Mrs. Jarvis wouldn’t quit, though, and her story hit a nerve. Other parents came to her side.

The board backed down and exemptions to the pointless, if not dangerous, rule became easy to come by.

Oh but the hornet’s nest was kicked. If you can’t trust your elected officials to do what’s right when they aren’t being watched, you can’t trust your elected officials.

Mrs. Jarvis decided to launch a last minute write-in campaign for the Nov. 2 school board election. Four seats are contested. All incumbents are running but besides Ms. Jarvis there are two other write-in candidates.

She says one thinks like her but they are not coordinating their campaigns. The other thinks the opposite of her.

Mrs. Jarvis, though, seems to have captured the imagination. People are approaching her with concerns long ignored.

One person described how a copy of Lighter Than My Shadow by Katie Green had been circulated from the Garden Spot High School/Middle School Library, and the school officials shrugged off complaints.

The book, ostensibly about an eating disorder, includes illustrations of sexual relations that are rather graphic for a school book.

See below.

Sorry.

Mrs. Jarvis said that someone from neighboring Conestoga Valley School District informed her that district is planning an in-school Covid vaccination clinic. She investigated and confirmed it is being considered.

There is a pretty solid argument that the young should remain unvaxxed. The vax might even be more dangerous than the disease for the young.

We are wishing you well Mrs. Jarvis.

Again, sorry for the below image but it was in a school book.

Elanco Arrogance Inspires Mom To Run For School Board
Elanco Arrogance Inspires Mom To Run For School Board

Being Green In Chester Isn’t Easy

Being Green In Chester Isn’t Easy

By Bob Small

Kearni Warren is running for a seat on Chester City Council. If she should somehow win, she would be the first Green Party member to ever sit on Chester City Council. Her main issue is the ever-present environmental environmental racism issue of Covanta i.e. Chester being a dumping grounds for Delco.

Kearni is running to unseat Portia West (D) who she feels has not done enough on the environmental racism issue. However, this has become a three way race as Stefan Roots (D), blogger and Swarthmorean columnist is also opposing her. It would seem two challenger candidates might consider working together but Democrats act as though they are not, historically, allowed to work with Greens on anything. Now if Warren was a Working Party Candidate, or a DSA Candidate…

Kearni is the daughter of the late Rev. Bernice Warren, who served for two decades (until 2016) as Pastor/Director of Chester East Side Ministries.

Kearni stated that Stefan’s win, in the Primary, against incumbent William Jacobs inspired her to run. However, it seems that Stefan, once an insurgent Candidate, is now aligning himself with the Democratic Establishment.

Also, Stefan had almost weekly articles in The Swarthmorean, which we all looked forward to, on the goings on in the City of Chester, These seem to have stopped,at least recently, Also his Campaign Manager, is one Todd Strine, a Philadelphian who is also co-Publisher of, you guessed it, The Swarthmorean.

Kearni is a graduate of Eastern University’s Business Administration program. She has worked in various positions for (SEIUHCPA) Service Employees International Union Healthcare Pennsylvania, and United Home Care Workers of Pennsylvania.

She’s a great believer in the Bible, especially Luke 12:48 ìFrom everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded, and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much will be demanded.î She wants to continue in the Social Justice spirit of her mother.

Though no fan of previous 20th century Chester governments, she stated that “In the 21st Century, we have a constant flow of Democratic Council Members who can’t even get the trash picked up on time, let alone address Chester’s severe social, environmental, and financial pitfalls”

Her electronic presence is at both www.warren4chester.com or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/kearniforchester.

Being Green In Chester Isn't Easy

Pennsylvania Vote Fraud Investigation Will Include Sworn Testimony, Subpoenas For Ballots, Maybe Machines

Pennsylvania Vote Fraud Investigation Will Include Sworn Testimony, Subpoenas For Ballots, Maybe Machines — Leo Knepper of Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania interviewed state Sen. Chris Dush (R-25), Sept. 7, regarding the investigation into the numerous irregularities in the 2020 Election in the Keystone State.

Knepper only distributed via email yesterday, Sept. 17.

Dush chairs the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee.

Dush was insistent on his preference about calling what his committee was doing an investigation rather than an audit.

“I understand Arizona did what they called a forensic audit. Arizona’s constitution and laws are different than Pennsylvania’s,” Dush said. “For the (Pennsylvania) Senate to conduct an investigation it has to be an investigation. Audits are a form of investigation but not all investigations are audits.”

Dush said his committee will have a “deep and thorough dive” into what happened in 2020 and in the 2021 primary election.

Pennsylvania Vote Fraud Investigation Will Include Sworn Testimony

Dush cited the numerous, unprecedented problems that occurred in the state.

He said he is going to be handling the matter like an investigator.

“It’s in my background,” he said.

He said he is going to demand sworn testimony. He cited the Nov. 25 hearing in Gettysburg as being problematic as witnesses to vote fraud and election law violation had not been under oath.

He said the committee has established this website at which those who witnessed irregularities may report them and apply to testify.. All wishing to testify must do so under oath and subject to penalties of perjury, Dush said.

“This is going to be done as a legal investigation so that if necessary, the testimony, the evidence, everything will stand up in court,” he said.

He also said subpoenas will be issued to examine the ballots and, likely, the machines.

He says he will treat the matter more as a district attorney rather than a politician and will not reveal findings until appropriate.

Here is the interview on YouTube. As of now, it has only 25 views. It’s about a half-hour long and worth watching at least in part.

Pennsylvania Vote Fraud Investigation Will Include Sworn Testimony, Subpoenas For Ballots, Maybe Machines

Judicial Elections Hugely Important In Pennsylvania

Judicial Elections Hugely Important In Pennsylvania, forwarded from Leo Knepper of Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania

By Gina Diorio

While next year’s U.S. Senate race and, to a lesser extent, gubernatorial race are capturing much of the political media’s attention, Pennsylvania has another statewide election in just a few months. On Nov. 2, voters will elect four judges to open seats on our three statewide appellate courts. 

Before moving to Pennsylvania, I lived almost all my life in Jersey, where the governor appoints judges. So when I realized some states elect their judges, I was befuddled. Then, when I learned Pennsylvania elects judges in partisan elections, I was dumbfounded. 

You might be thinking, who cares? Why do these races matter? I’m glad you asked. 

Pennsylvania has three statewide appellate courts: Supreme Court, Superior Court, and Commonwealth Court. Superior Court and Commonwealth Court are equal in ‘rank’, so to speak, but hear different types of cases. 

The 15-member Superior Court hears appeals in criminal and most civil cases. And the court’s rulings can have a major impact on individuals, local businesses, and more. 

For example, the Superior Court has ruled on “venue shopping,” the practice of allowing trial lawyers to cherry pick where they bring personal injury cases—regardless of where the alleged injury occurred—based on which court has a history of ordering big payouts. (Hello, Philadelphia.)

The Superior Court has also chimed in on whether workers can sue former employers for illnesses that appear long after they’ve left their jobs (another potential trial lawyers’ dream). 

The 9-member Commonwealth Court, meanwhile, hears cases relating to state and local government.

Last year, when businesses challenged Gov. Wolf COVID orders, some of these cases went to Commonwealth Court. When the League of Women Voters challenged our congressional map back in 2017, that lawsuit began in Commonwealth Court. And when my organization, Commonwealth Partners, challenged our state’s unbalanced budget, we filed the case in Commonwealth Court. 

Of course, our 7-member Supreme Court can overturn or sustain any ruling from the Superior or Commonwealth courts on appeal. However, it  can also take any case directly, regardless of its status in the lower courts. 

We saw this last year when the Supreme Court assumed jurisdiction over whether the General Assembly could terminate Wolf’s emergency disaster declaration without Wolf’s approval. As you’ll recall, the court ruled against the General Assembly—paving the way for the recently passed constitutional amendments reining in a governor’s emergency powers.

The Supreme Court assumed jurisdiction over whether the General Assembly could terminate Wolf’s emergency disaster declaration without Wolf’s approval.

Given that each judge in all three appellate courts is elected, the stakes and costs of judicial elections can quickly mount. 

In 2015, Pennsylvania set a record for the most expensive state judicial races in history to date, at more than $15 million. 

Spending was so high because three seats on our Supreme Court were up for election, and Democrats saw the chance to flip that court and have the final say over all the types of cases mentioned above—plus many more. 

Democrats succeeded, and as a result we’ve seen the court toss our congressional maps, change the voting rules just before last year’s election, and uphold Gov. Wolf’s business shutdown orders, to name just a few things. (For more on harmful Supreme Court rulings since 2015, check out Commonwealth Partners President and CEO Matt Brouillette’s recent op-ed.)

This year, voters will choose one Supreme Court justice, one Superior Court judge, and two Commonwealth Court judges. (In full disclosure, Commonwealth Partners, has endorsed candidates in each race.)

All these seats are currently held by Republicans. Democrats hope to expand their 5-2 majority on the Supreme Court, flip the Superior Court (which currently has an 8-7 Republican majority), and make inroads into the 7-2 Republican majority on the Commonwealth Court. 

Of course, seeking partisan gains for partisan ends is a barrier to an objective judiciary. Instead, we should seek judges who uphold the rule of law. 

So as November approaches, Pennsylvanians would do well to recognize that, despite their lack of excitement, judicial elections are critically important—and vote accordingly.

Gina Diorio is the Public Affairs Director at Commonwealth Partners Chamber of Entrepreneurs, an independent, non-partisan, 501(c)(6) membership organization dedicated to improving the economic environment and educational opportunities in Pennsylvania. www.thecommonwealthpartners.com.

Judicial Elections Hugely Important In Pennsylvania
Judicial Elections Hugely Important In Pennsylvania

Democrats Flubbing Delco Election Was Not A Flub

Democrats Flubbing Delco Election Was Not A Flub — The May 18 Pennsylvania Primary Election has spawned criminal investigations concerning Dominion voting machines in Fayette and Luzerne counties.

In Fayette, ballots were rejected in all 77 precincts. While most races were inter-party contests, there were ballot questions of statewide significance.

In Luzerne, Democrat headers were placed on the top of Republican ballots.

Dominion claims “human error”.

Whole lotta “human error” going on with Dominion.

In Delaware County, there was widespread ballot shortages reported in GOP strongholds.

Delco does not use Dominion but Hart Intercivic, which is controlled by Democrat blueblood Devin Talbott’s Enlightenment Capital.

GOP Chairman Tom McGarrigle has expressed disapproval about the recent election and called for an investigation.

“They were running out of Republican ballots everywhere,” he said. “This is the third election they’ve flubbed.”

Um, Tom, what makes you think they flubbed them?

Delco is controlled by Democrats, unlike Fayatte and Luzerne, so an investigation is not expected.

Just the same, we are hearing criticism about the lack of passion from McGarrigle and local Republican leaders.

We agree. The GOP should be having a daily press conference regarding the county’s voting system. They should be contacting media outlets regularly.

The Democrats certainly would.

If the Republicans don’t actually get mad and start showing spine, we bet the farm that Delco’s Democrats will “flub” the November election too.

Democrats Flubbing Delco Election Was Not A Flub
Democrats Flubbing Delco Election Was Not A Flub -- The May 18 Pennsylvania Primary Election has spawned criminal investigations concerning Dominion voting machines in Fayette and Luzerne counties.

Election Results Constraining Wolf Tyranny Are In And The Tyranny Is Constrained

Election Results Constraining Wolf Tyranny Update: The race is called and the Wolf tyranny has been constrained.

Ballot questions greatly constraining the power of the governor to keep Pennsylvanians in perpetual lockdowns — and create questionable elections — are still having their votes counted, believe it or not.

Is this election going to stink as much as the one in November?

Question 1 which gives the legislature the power to terminate or extend a disaster emergency declaration or a portion of such declaration without needing the Governor’s approval is ahead 1,031,128  to 892,093 according to the state website as of 9:53 a.m., May 19.

Question 2 which makes a disaster emergency declaration will expire automatically after 21 days is ahead 1,039,897 to 900,920.

Question 3 which adds to the state constitution a declaration that that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged because of an individual’s race or ethnicity passed 1,380,797  to 554,215, and Question 4 which made tax-funded municipal emergency services eligible for getting the same loan benefits that had been granted to volunteer companies passed 1,386,992  to 534,353.

It is interesting that Department of State election site did not, for the first time, include the percent of votes cast in its tallies. Media reports say just 71 percent of the vote is in.

We backed Questions 1 and 2 but questioned the wisdom of Questions 3 and 4.

Question 4 we remain convinced is a scam for bureaucrats — not firefighters — to get greater wealth.

Question 3 we thought was redundant but if its words should be accepted literally by the courts it could go far in fulfilling Rev. King’s dream of a color-blind society and end the very real discrimination those who are deemed “white” face in academia and the woke corporate world. There is no such thing as “black” people. There is no such things as “white” people. There is only people.

Election Results Constraining Wolf Tyranny Still Be Counted
Election Results Constraining Wolf Tyranny -- Ballot questions greatly constraining the power of the governor to keep Pennsylvanians in perpetual

Primary Election 2021 Includes Ballot Questions

Primary Election 2021 Includes Ballot Questions — Polls opened for Pennsylvania’s municipal primary election, today, May 18 at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m.

There are four ballot questions, two of which are extremely important in stopping overreach and oppression.

Please vote yes on to amend Article III, Section 9 of the Pennsylvania Constitution to provide a new exception to traditional legislative procedure by allowing the General Assembly to terminate or extend a disaster emergency declaration or a portion of such declaration without needing the Governor’s approval.

Please vote yes on Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to change existing law so that: a disaster emergency declaration will expire automatically after 21 days, regardless of the severity of the emergency, unless the General Assembly takes action to extend the disaster emergency; the Governor may not declare a new disaster emergency to respond to the dangers facing the Commonwealth unless the General Assembly passes a concurrent resolution; the General Assembly enacts new laws for disaster management?

The other questions involve making tax-funded municipal emergency services eligible for getting the same loan benefits now granted to volunteer companies, which would be unnecessary; and to adding a new section providing that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged because of an individual’s race or ethnicity, which you would think would be redundant. We recommend no votes.

Primary Election 2021 Includes Ballot Questions
Primary Election 2021 Includes Ballot Questions -- Polls opened for Pennsylvania's municipal primary election, today, May 18 at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m.

Dom Explains Why Krasner Must Go

Dom Explains Why Krasner Must Go— The great Dom Giordano, yesterday, had a panel discussion about Larry Krasner, the Soros-supported Philadelphia district attorney who is doing is absolute best to destroy the city.

Krasner is being challenged by in Tuesday’s Democrat primary by Carlos Vega, a long-time former assistant Philadelphia D.A.

Dom’s panel featured Victim’s Rights Advocate Maureen Faulkner; Roz Pichardo of Operation Save Our City; Nick Gerace of Protect Our Police PAC; and former Philadelphia prosecutor Richie Sax.

If you missed it you can hear it here.

Dom Explains Why Krasner Must Go
Vega Explains Why Krasner Must Go On Dom Panel

Ballot Measures 2Y 2N On May 18

Ballot Measures 2Y 2N On May 18

By Donna Ellingsen

I feel like Paul Revere right now, and deeply alarmed.  I’ve been sharing the information attached, to everyone in Pennsylvania, and it’s giving me nightmares.  This issue is of supreme importance, so it really needs to be widely shared.   

I am attaching my more detailed explanation on the measures on the May 18 ballot, as well as a short explanation from the Lehigh Valley Tea Party Patriots, and the new one received from Allegheny County. 

I’m happy to announce that the patriots in Allegheny County as well as in Berks County have also confirmed that they are recommending a NO vote on Ballot measure #3 and #4, after I talked with their members.  Bucks, Erie, Lancaster, as well as other patriot groups are in agreement as well.  Patriots all over PA will be pushing this 2 YES’s and 2 NO’s vote.

Again, most, if not all of those who signed the infamous Act 77 Mail-in balloting, are also pushing this 3rd measure.  These RINOs are telling everyone that this was a “throwaway”  “feel-good” measure to get the Democrats on board to push the two first emergency measures.  But Republicans have the majority in the legislature to push for a referendum without having Wolf veto it.  It is a Trojan Horse.  It’s to the point that I consider any politician pushing this deceitful measure to have been co-opted or willing participants in the Deep State Harrisburg swamp, who are now revealing themselves.  And they are now in agreement with the Democrats who are pushing #3 and #4 (see below).  

Saying that the Republicans will be seen as racists is nonsense.  It’s the same battle that we are fighting in Congress at the federal level against the so-called “In(Equality)” bill HR 5 which is so dangerous.  

So many of the GOP State reps and senators are sending out flyers, etc. saying vote 3 yes’s and the county chairs are putting it out on their websites.  I’ve never seen such a push regarding any ballot measure like this, with any past ballot amendment.  There is something else going on behind the scenes, and just the fact that the Dept. of State is taking such pains to explain that this amendment to the PA Constitution will supersede both the US Constitution and Federal laws, is very alarming.  Consider the push by many leftists who want to suspend the US Constitution, Fauci being only one of many, and the push for a “Convention of States” (another false flag):  Fauci Believes the Constitution Should be Suspended | Armstrong Economics

And then there’s this article which just came out: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9506347/Biden-administration-plans-expand-number-migrants-released-country.html

Ballot Measures 2Y 2N On May 18
Ballot Measures 2Y 2N On May 18
Lehigh Valley Tea Party sample ballot
Ballot Measures 2Y 2N On May 18
Democratic Party sample ballot

Ballot Measures 2Y 2N On May 18

Equality Amendment Is Racist; Fire Co Loans Is Scam

Equality Amendment Is Racist; Fire Co Loans Is Scam

By Donna Ellingsen

Apart from the two amendments dealing with limiting the Governor’s power to enact endless extensions of emergency lockdowns, there are 2 other ballot initiatives on the May 18th ballot in Pennsylvania.

  1. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 3 PROHIBITION AGAINST DENIAL OR ABRIDGEMENT OF EQUALITY OF RIGHTS BECAUSE OF RACE OR ETHNICITY
  2. STATEWIDE REFERENDUM MAKING MUNICIPAL FIRE AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES COMPANIES ELIGIBLE FOR LOANS

The so-called, misleadingly named “Equality” amendment on the ballot in May 2021 is a trap, I believe. DO NOT FALL FOR IT! When the #Leftists use these sweet-sounding words, it really means the opposite! It will create a special class for other RACES AND ETHNICITIES so they will be able to give OTHERS (read: IlLLEGALS and NON-WHITES) more equality than you (read: WHITES, CHRISTIANS, CONSERVATIVES, etc.!). Don’t let them fool us again!
This bill is not about enshrining “Equality” in the PA Constitution. It’s about ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION!!!
Think about it: It will create a special class for other races and ethnicities, so then will it become illegal to treat illegals differently from citizens? After all, we are all created EQUAL, and even the PA Constitution will say so.

Equality Amendment Is Racist; Fire Co Loans Is Scam

There’s an “Equality HR Bill 5 in Congress right now, trying to do the same and enshrine it in the US Constitution. And look at how they are using the same sweet-sounding “equality” nonsense! We already have equal rights for all defined in the Declaration of Independence as well as the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. Equal protection under the law. Therefore, there is NO need to create protected classes – e.g. a crime is always a crime; no need to specify a “Hate crime” which now creates special protections if you are labelling it a “hate crime.” This is what this deceptive “EQUALITY” is meant to do. They touted equality when they said it was only to stop backyard abortions and do “rare, legal abortions,” so now we have genocide being committed on a mass scale and partial-birth abortions up to the day of birthing.

It was “only hate crimes” and now we have muzzled ourselves to where it’s illegal to point out that most murders of blacks are committed by other blacks. And when they said, “We just want to love each other and be able to get married, to get recognized legally,” now we have transgenderism, sex being taught to 8-year-olds, little girls sharing bathrooms with grown men, males competing in women’s sports, and drag queen story hours with toddlers in public libraries

How many times are we going to fall for this? As far as I can tell, the GOP Leadership is pushing for this as a “feel-good measure” to give to Wolf and the Democrats in exchange for voting for limiting the Governor’s emergency powers. But the Dems who really WANT this amendment, are letting the Republicans push it! We all see how that worked for us with Act 77 and Mail-in ballots!

Please DO YOUR RESEARCH. VOTE NO ON THE MISLEADINGLY-NAMED “EQUALITY” AMENDMENT.

And vote NO as well on giving yet another office the ability to tax and spend your dollars at will.

Please feel free to copy this post and post it everywhere on social media in every venue. And spread the word to every group you are in. This is really important! Two YES’s and two NO’s.

Democrats play the long game; conservatives can only see the next 2 steps in front of them.

Isn’t this interesting? Change the meaning of words and definition to suit the occasion. Who’ll notice or realize it’s been changed? If you really want to know the true meaning of a word, look it up in a dictionary printed before 1950’s or earlier, but even a more recent one (1990’s) might suffice.

Equality Amendment Is Racist; Fire Co Loans Is Scam