On Halloween morning in 2007, police officer Chuck Cassidy of the city's 35th district pulled up to a local Dunkin' Donuts to perform a routine security check and perhaps grab a fresh cup of joe to begin his work day. Bright sunshine of the morning that day combined with the lesser light inside the … Continue reading Grassroots support for Philly’s embattled cops
In the ongoing probe into corruption in Philadelphia government, a number of individuals working in the administration of current Mayor John Street have been snared in the web, with some prison terms already begun. Bugs were found in the Mayor's office, the investigation was revealed, and now the … Continue reading Corruptadelphia
Gas prices are up...surprise! Despite what the liberal Dems across the U.S. would have you believe, it is not all some simplistic George W. Bush-led cash-grab by big oil. Supplies squeezed by the twin destructive actions of terrorists and hurricanes. Demand pushed by emerging economies such as the behemoth China. Our … Continue reading Gas prices up: Sky is falling !
"Let me tell you: The brothers and sisters are running this city! Oh yes, running it! Don't let nobody fool you; we are in charge of the City of Brotherly Love. We are in charge!" These words were spoken by Philadelphia mayor John Street in 2002. Can you imagine … Continue reading The brothers and sisters are running this city
Well, the ultra-liberal City of Philadelphia has done it again. Back in June, the school board voted to make African-American History a required course for all students in order to “further the understanding of black history.” I have just one question for the board. What about American History, period? Ask many of the kids currently … Continue reading Historic opportunity for parents of Philly school children