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Governors And Mayors Who Pander To Violent Left Rioters Will Pay An Eventual Price

Philadelphia Mayor, Jim Kenney, criticized citizens of his city last Saturday for assembling to defend a statue of Christopher Columbus standing in Marconi Plaza, while apparently favoring and pandering to the leftist groups who have made plans to tear down this statue, as has been done in other American cities recently. It’s the most illogical thing that can be done, ...

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ICE arrests drug dealer despite Philadelphia officials’ refusal to cooperate

PHILADELPHIA – On Feb. 12, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers arrested an illegally present Jamaican man, who was released from Philadelphia custody, despite the presence of an ICE detainer filed with local authorities. On May 24, 2009, Travas Anthony Vassell, 30, was admitted into the United States in New York on a non-immigrant ...

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Will The Philadelphia Refinery Explosion Send Gas Prices Skyrocketing? Experts Weigh In

Explosions at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions (PES) refinery, the largest on the East Coast, sent gasoline futures soaring, but experts say it’s still too early to know the full effects of the incident. “It is too early to know the full impact the fire at the PES facility will have on summer gas prices and for how long for East ...

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Largest Oil Refinery On The East Coast Explodes, Rocks Houses Miles Away

The largest oil refinery on the Eastern Seaboard experienced an explosion Friday morning that rocked houses miles away and even knocked the art off of Philadelphia residents’ walls. Fire crews battled flames at Philadelphia Energy Solutions after a vat of butane ignited and exploded around 4 a.m., reported NBC Philadelphia. No one was injured because workers were not near the ...

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Feds Seize 16.5 Tons of Cocaine In Historic Philadelphia Drug Bust

Federal agents seized 15,500 kilos of cocaine, more than 16.5 tons, with a street value of $1 billion at a South Philadelphia Port on Tuesday, according to NBC Philadelphia. “This is one of the largest drug seizures in United States history,” Tweeted U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain. This is one of the largest drug seizures in United States history. This ...

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Starbucks Seeking Volunteers for Sociology Experiment

Previously, Starbucks’ customer base had its own individual criteria for choosing a favorite coffee spot among the company’s many outlets. It might be a comely barista, the pastry selection or the free Wi-Fi signal’s clarity. For the immediate future, however, I suggest abandoning all criteria but one: The strength of the cell phone connection, because chances are you’re going to ...

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Starbucks to Manage Concessions for Homeless Encampments

Today we live in a society constantly buffeted by waves of hysteria and that’s just what’s coming from corporate America. And the panicked plutocrats are unable to formulate a proportionate response, something that was routine 25 years ago. In 1993 four children contracted E. coli and died after eating a ‘Monster Burger’ at Jack in the Box. In response, Jack ...

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Sudden Jihad Syndrome’s Related Pathology

Most of us with a cable, newspaper or Internet subscription are familiar with the 21st Century’s global epidemic: Sudden Jihad Syndrome. First identified outside the laboratory by Daniel Pipes, the disease is typically confined to males. There also appears to be a correlation with Islam, but that’s controversial. Mainstream media practitioners usually apply the Sudden Jihad Syndrome diagnosis to quiet, ...

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Creating Faith, continuing faith and finding faith

The Roman Catholic Church is at a crossroads. Those who identified themselves as Catholic as dwindled over the years in Philadelphia region. Churches and schools have closed or merged, membership has dwindled and of course there are the charges of abuse. Pope Francis has come into a fractured community of faith but has fought to bring Catholics together again. The ...

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Gosnell to get life in prison without parole

AP reports, Dr. Kermit Gosnell, in exchange for waiving appeals, will be sentenced to two life sentences without parole. The agreement was reached with prosecutors, in part due to Gosnell’s age – at 72, it is unlikely that he would survive to complete the appeals process, and would likely die of natural causes in prison, not lethal injection. Gosnell’s trial ...

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PA 1st Congressional District Goes to the Dogs

John Featherman is at it again, with his over the top advertising. First it was the naked truth about his opponent, Democrat incumbent Bob Brady, offered by a nude woman. Now, the Featherman campaign has gone to the dogs, literally! As for the proposition that the poor dog is going to be named after such a low-life politician, maybe we ...

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