The Speech The Lost The Judge His Job

Judge Andrew Napolitano this month lost his show Freedom Watch which had aired on Fox Business Channel since 2009.

It is being said that this is the broadcast that cost him his job.

On the other hand, maybe he knew he was getting cancelled and figured on going out with a bang.

Destroying The Future In The Name Of Compromise

Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) has written a piece on National Review Online perfectly illustrating the  gutlessness of those we send to Washington and the bi-partisan disgrace that is our national government.

Coburn points out that the recently passed payroll tax cut (sic) “robs  $100 billion from Social Security with the hope that China and
other creditors will loan us the money to replenish that fund and pay
Social Security benefits in the future.”

Hat tip to Evan Feinberg whom Coburn has endorsed in the 18th-District Pennsylvania Congressional primary against big-spending, over-regulating, Washington-insidering, GOP incumbent Timothy F. Murphy

Man Accused Of ’01 Sex Assault On Teen

By Pattie Price

Kahlil Hopkins, 31, of Collingdale, was  held for a March 15 arraignment in Common Pleas Court following a hearing Thursday before Magisterial District Justice Dave Lang, on the charges of three counts of institutional sexual assault, three counts of corruption of minors, and contact and or communication with a minor – sexual offenses. The charges stem from incidents in September and October of  2001 at the Rosemont Presbyterian Children’s Village, 452 S. Roberts Road in Radnor Township, Pa..
According to the affidavit, Radnor Detective Shawn Dietrich said police were called Nov. 18 to investigate a report of an assault at Presbyterian Children’s Village, The accuser, who was 16 at the time, said she was sexually assaulted by Hopkins on three occasions. Hopkins was an employee of the Children’s Village at the time.
The accuser claimed that Hopkins penetrated her with a finger as well as performed oral sex on her.
Hopkins was remanded to the George W. Hill Correctional Facility when he was unable to post bail.
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Ryan Stephens, 19, of Skippack, was held in abstentia for a March 15 arraignment in Common Pleas Court on the charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and public drunkenness. The charges stem from an incident 12:20p.m., Nov. 3, at the Bryn Mawr Thrift Shop, 214 Bryn Mawr Avenue, Radnor.
According to the affidavit, Radnor Officer Steve Bannar responded to the thrift store for a report of two suspicious people in the store who were thought to be shop lifting.
Bryn Mawr Hospital security said Stephens and a woman were attempting to steal clothing.
Police said Stephens and his co-conspirator were under the influence of a narcotic. Bannar saw a bulge in Stephen’s pocket and discovered it was four packets of heroin.

Caylee’s Murder Inspires Proposed Pa. Laws

The murder of Caylee Anthony has inspired two bills that are now of the floor of the Pennsylvania House.

HB 1841 introduced by Tarah Toohil (R-116) would make strengthen the penalties of providing false reports to police during a criminal investigation involving a child.

HB 1842 introduced by Justin J. Simmons (R-131) would strengthen the penalties of for concealing the death of a child.

The bills — together known as Caylee’s Laws — would make upgrade both crimes to third-degree felonies and increase the maximum penalties to seven years and a $15,000 fine.

Hat tip Rep. Jim Cox (R-129)

Obama needs a website czar :)

“WH website still touting pledge to halve deficit – Wash Examiner
When President Obama unveiled his budget on Monday, it became clear that he would break his pledge to cut the deficit in half in his first term in office. But the White House website is still prominently touting the promise.

When visitors to the White House website click on “Fiscal Responsibility” under the “Issues” section, they are directed to a page that includes the following:

Cut the deficit in half by the end of the President’s first term. On January 20, 2009, the President inherited a $1.3 trillion budget deficit. The President has put forth a budget that will halve this deficit by the end of his first term, bring non-defense discretionary spending to its lowest level as a share of GDP since 1962.

“Looks like the White House website could use some updating.”
OR maybe a website czar