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November 17, 2018

Politics

Remembering John McCain’s visit to the area

By Alex Lloyd Gross John McCain died Auguste 25, 2018. He was a Republican Senator from Arizona. he also ran for president in 2008 and that election campaign brought him to the Delaware Valley on October 21, 2008.  He appeared at a business on Marshal Lane in Bensalem, Bucks County Pa. For those that are

Senator Corey Booker attend veterans flag ceremony in Cape May

Every week different veterans are honored in Cape May NJ.  last week, New Jersey native Ryan Nickerson was honored and his father, Alan was presented with a United States Flag. The younger Nickerson was killed in the Vietnam War. pictured is Alan Nickerson, Corey Booker and family friend Sharon Moffat.

NFL chickens out of National Anthem policy

By Alex Lloyd Gross Roger Goodell was  always called a weak leader by fans and the wrong person for the NFL Commissioners job.  He was weak with discipline for players that abused females, committed felonies and allowed the league to tumble into the abyss when players refused to stand for the National Anthem.  He tolerated

Phila soda tax upheld by Supreme Court

By Alex Lloyd Gross Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney is a happy boy. Today July 18, 2018, the State Supreme Court upheld the beverage tax. That’s the money which was supposed to go to help fund Pre-K. Only most of it did not. Most of it was washed into the general fund, where it could be

Pennsylvania lawmakers work to raise state minimum wage

By Alex Lloyd Gross This is a growing gap in the earning capacity of low wage workers ( those making $9.00 and below).  State lawmakers in Pa. are working to change that gap amid growing public pressure. That is to raise the state minimum wage. Currently, it’s  $7.25 per hour.  The Federal Minimum Wage is

Gay Pride marcher arrested for setting flag on fire

By Alex Lloyd Gross An 18 year old New Jersey female was arrested for trying to set an American Flag on fire Sunday, June 10, 2018 at 12th and Locust Streets in Philadelphia. At that time, there was a demonstration and a march.  For whatever reason, the pink haired female tried to set an American

Trump refuses Eagles visit to White House

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl  February 4 2018.   Four month later, after this huge upset win over the New England Patriots, the team was scheduled to visit the White House and meet with President Donald Trump.  Less than 24 hours before the event was to take place, it was

Krasner’s office to issue arrest warrant for flag vandalism

By Alex Lloyd Gross Authorities had Antione Guyton in custody earlier this week, in connection with spray painting a red substance on the Israeli Flag on May 15, 2018.  The flag hangs over the Ben Franklin Parkway.  The District Attorney refused to prosecute and he was released. Upon outrage from the Jewish community and the

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