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  • Lt Governor of Pennsylvania: Saying that we were ‘trying to steal the election’ - you don’t have right and is not protected speech

    01/15/2021 12:47:56 PM PST · by Bigtigermike · 94 replies
    The Hill Video ^ | The Hill
    Video: Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman: "This idea that saying that Pennsylvania was 'rigged' or that we were 'trying to steal the election' -- that's a lie. And you do not have the right, that is not protected speech."
  • Nextrush Unplugged: From Joe Paterno To The Holocaust To Here And Now

    01/09/2021 8:12:12 PM PST · by Nextrush · 3 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 12/9/2020 | Nextrush/Self
    Politicians are now afraid of "We The People" and the political elites in their fear are just as drunk and crazy as the few folks who chose mayhem and violence at the US Capitol on Wednesday. I want peace and serenity, sanity and sobriety but the people have been intoxicated with rage. And who did it? A lot did... It looks like the folks on the Left in the Deep State FBI Justice Department the social media magnates are in purge attack mode no holds barred as we enter this Saturday morning... Last week I told you about the phoney...
  • ‘President Trump’s supporters attempted a coup’: Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf on U.S. Capitol attack

    01/06/2021 3:36:21 PM PST · by lightman · 115 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 6 January A.D. 2021 | Teresa Bonner
    Gov. Tom Wolf issued this statement Wednesday afternoon condemning the violence in Washington, D.C.: “Today, President Trump’s supporters attempted a coup. This was the direct result of a deliberate disinformation campaign by Republicans from the President down to legislators in Pennsylvania. They lied about the results of the election. They lied about voter fraud. They lied about my administration and other governors. They lied about the administration of the election here in Pennsylvania and across the country. On November 3, we had a remarkably well-run election despite historic challenges. “Eight of the nine Republican members of Congress from Pennsylvania lied...
  • Fireworks erupt in Pa. Senate over refusal to seat a Democratic senator

    01/05/2021 2:26:48 PM PST · by lightman · 30 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 5 January A.D. 2021 | Jan Murphy
    The usual solemn and joyous occasion that surrounds the Swearing-in Ceremony in the Pennsylvania Senate was anything but on Tuesday. The raucous session began with a dispute over mask wearing that led to the passage of a temporary rule proposed by Senate Democrats to mandate everyone in the chamber have a face covering, which a couple Republican Sens. John DiSanto of Dauphin County and Doug Mastriano of Franklin County had resisted wearing until that point. But that was only a precursor to the real fireworks that the Senate Democrats set off. Pa. Senate GOP leader to deny seating an incumbent...
  • PA Governor Tom Wolf Setting A Trap For #PA Restaurants?

    01/04/2021 9:20:37 AM PST · by ANDmagazine.com · 9 replies
    ANDmagazine.com ^ | 4 November 2021 | charles "Sam" Faddis
    The State of Pennsylvania has announced that restaurants will be able to open their doors once again for indoor dining as of today Monday, January 4th. There is one catch, though. The permissible indoor capacity depends on whether or not the establishment has been “self-certified.” Caution business owners– stay where you are – this is a trap. According to Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary Dennis Davin restaurants may reopen at 50% capacity as of Monday at 8:00 a.m if they have completed the online self-certification process.
  • Federal stimulus package won’t erase PennDOT’s funding gap or plans for new tolls or taxes

    12/31/2020 1:48:42 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 24 replies
    The Allentown Morning Call Adware Farm ^ | December 22, 2020 | Tom Shortell
    Congressional leaders passed a new stimulus package meant to alleviate the financial pain of the coronavirus, but it won’t cure all that ails PennDOT’s pocketbook. PennDOT press secretary Alexis Campbell said Monday afternoon it wasn’t clear if the relief plan will cover the $600 million funding gap plaguing PennDOT. Early media reports indicate that $10 billion of financial relief could be distributed to the 50 states’ highway systems, though it’s unclear how much would come Pennsylvania’s way. State Sen. Pat Browne, a Lehigh County Republican and longtime chairperson of the Appropriations Committee, said Tuesday that transportation-specific wording included in the...
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  • Pa. business leaders grateful for lifting of stricter COVID-19 mitigation orders but wonder how long it will last

    12/30/2020 1:31:32 PM PST · by lightman · 9 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 30 December A.D. 2020 | Jan Murphy
    Come 8 a.m. Monday, restaurants and bars can reopen for indoor dining at a quarter or half of their occupancy. Bowling alleys, hair salons, museums and casinos can open their doors up to 50% capacity. And other in-person businesses can operate up to 75% capacity. Hearing that Gov. Tom Wolf announced on Wednesday he is lifting these stricter time-limited COVID-19 mitigation orders he first imposed on Dec. 12 is a relief to hard-hit businesses across the commonwealth. Wolf said his decision to not extend those orders and returning to the ones in place as of Dec. 11 is based on...
  • Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf explains why he lifted temporary COVID-19 restrictions on businesses

    12/30/2020 11:41:54 AM PST · by lightman · 20 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 30 December A.D. 2020 | Ron Southwick
    Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday that he will lift some temporary restrictions on Pennsylvania businesses, including a suspension of indoor dining at restaurants, on Jan. 4. The news conference comes days before restrictions the governor has imposed on businesses are slated to expire. Wolf said those measures will indeed end on the scheduled expiration date of Jan. 4. Earlier this month, Wolf imposed temporary restrictions on businesses, including a three-week ban on indoor dining at restaurants. Wolf also has ordered the closure of entertainment venues, including casinos, theaters and concert halls. Retailers and most other businesses are restricted to 50%...
  • 33 more Pa. restaurants ordered to close for not following Gov. Wolf’s COVID-19 orders

    12/29/2020 3:25:48 PM PST · by lightman · 32 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 29 December A.D. 2020 | Sue Gleiter
    More Pennsylvania restaurants are getting dinged for defying Gov. Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 mitigation orders. As part of its latest round of inspections, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture announced it has ordered 33 restaurants to close for allowing patrons to eat indoors. The inspections took place Dec. 21-27. Under the governor’s latest mandate, restaurants are not permitted to serve patrons indoors for three weeks ending Jan. 4. In addition, restaurants must continue to follow rules requiring employees to wear masks, while they offer carryout and takeout and serve diners outdoors. Restaurants ordered to close include Denny’s Lennies Restaurant in Halifax, Villa...
  • Livelihoods and Liberty Left in the Lurch

    12/22/2020 5:41:25 AM PST · by Kaslin · 3 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | December 22, 2020 | Salena Zito
    ROSS TOWNSHIP, Pennsylvania -- Seven years ago, combat veteran Jack Mook was a hard-nosed Pittsburgh detective who stumbled upon two young brothers who showed up intermittently at the boxing gym where he volunteered. The boys were living on the edge of despair: Their birth parents had failed them; their foster parents had failed them; and the system had failed them. The "home" the boys lived in was a rat's nest with dog feces, fleas and no beds. The oldest brother's hair was falling out in gobs, and his skin was filled with red blotches. The younger brother wept all of...
  • Pennsylvania holds off on joining regional program to cap emissions from cars, trucks by raising fuel costs

    12/21/2020 5:10:02 PM PST · by lightman · 8 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 21 Decenber A.D. 2020 | Charles Thompson
    Gov. Tom Wolf declined Monday to sign on to a multi-state program designed to impose a cap on greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks. The Transportation & Climate Initiative aims to reduce emissions but also carried the likelihood of higher gas prices at the pump in participating states. Other governors also opted against signing onto the initiative. But Wolf’s move isn’t necessarily a permanent rejection of the concept. “Governor Wolf is supportive of cap and invest programs as a cost-effective means to reduce pollution and recognizes transportation as the third highest category of CO2 emissions in Pennsylvania,” his office...
  • Pennsylvania governor's coronavirus indoor dining ban challenged by coalition of bars, restaurants

    12/19/2020 12:58:41 AM PST · by conservative98 · 15 replies
    Fox News ^ | 5 hrs ago | Michael Ruiz
    A group of Pennsylvania bars and restaurants is taking legal action against Gov. Tom Wolf and Health Secretary Dr. over new coronavirus rules that will prohibit indoor dining during the holiday season. Co-counsels for the group filed a pair of court documents Friday, Troy Freedman, a lawyer for the businesses, told Fox News. One was a petition for review, a required first step when filing suit against state officials under Pennsylvania law, Freedman said. The other is seeking an injunction that would enjoin the governor from enforcing his order, which he issued last week. It went into effect on Dec....
  • Photos show deadly 66-vehicle pileup in Pennsylvania during Winter Storm Gail

    12/17/2020 2:50:06 PM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 131 replies
    nypost ^ | 12/17/2020 | Craig McCarthy
    Shocking photos show what happened when a dozen tractor-trailers skidded out of control on snow-covered Interstate 80 in Pennsylvania during Wednesday night’s winter storm — killing one person and injuring a number of others. The 66-vehicle pileup, including 55 trucks and 11 passenger vehicles, over a mile span on the westbound side of the highway happened around 3 p.m. Wednesday in Clinton County, State Police said Thursday.
  • Gov. Tom Wolf Threatens to Fine at Least 150 Pennsylvania Restaurants for Operating Despite Shutdown Orders

    12/17/2020 8:38:24 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 32 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 12/17/2020 | Hannah Bleau
    Pennsylvania, under the leadership of Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf (D), has threatened at least 150 restaurants with fines for operating after the governor again shut down indoor dining last week. Last week, Wolf announced a set of mitigation strategies to curb the spread of the Chinese coronavirus, which suspends indoor dining at “bars, restaurants, breweries, wineries, distilleries, social clubs, and private catered events” until January 4, 2021. The order also prohibits private gatherings of more than ten people, though it excludes places of worship. However, it urges churches, synagogues, and mosques to “find alternative methods.” Additionally, outdoor gatherings are capped...
  • ‘Different animal’ of COVID-19 surge drives new business restrictions in Pa.

    12/10/2020 4:30:04 PM PST · by lightman · 8 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 10 December A.D. 2020 | David Wenner
    A record-run of COVID-19 deaths and research showing substantial virus spread in places such as restaurants and gyms are behind new restrictions aimed at slowing the disease which killed nearly 1,100 in the past week in Pennsylvania. “This surge is a completely different animal than we talked about this spring,” said Dr. Chris DeFlitch, an emergency room doctor at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. “The number of patients, the variety of patients, the number of patients who are at home positive, the number of patients that are in hospitals and ICU positive, is significant.” DeFlitch was among...
  • At least 4 restaurants in central Pa. are defying Gov. Wolf’s shutdown of indoor dining this weekend

    12/11/2020 4:39:57 PM PST · by lightman · 8 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 11 December A.D. 2020 | Julia Hatmaker
    Governor Tom Wolf says to close, but at least four restaurants are saying “no.” Taste of Sicily and Babe’s Grill House in Palmyra, along with Kuppy’s Diner in Middletown and Fenicci’s of Hershey have all publicly announced their intentions to remain open for indoor dining over the weekend. The Wolf administration unveiled new coronavirus restrictions on Dec. 10. The restrictions go into effect on Dec. 12 and include the closure of indoor dining. But some restaurant owners objected to the shutdown order and the short notice. Phil Guarno, owner of Fenicci’s of Hershey, said that because Governor Wolf’s office had...
  • One day after Pa. casino execs send a letter to Wolf pushing to stay open, he shuts them down

    12/10/2020 5:26:40 PM PST · by lightman · 17 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 10 December A.D. 2020 | Jana Benscoter
    Despite a plea from Penn National Gaming to keep casinos open, Gov. Tom Wolf went ahead with his anticipated temporary shutdown announcement Thursday, saying no dice to the entertainment industry for the remainder of 2020 and into early 2021. His order requires casinos, along with theaters, concert venues, museums, movie theaters, arcades, bowling alleys, private clubs, and all other similar entertainment operations to cease operating as of 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 12 and ending at 8 a.m. on Jan. 4. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has marked movie theaters and other indoor settings as “higher-risk activities” for contracting...
  • Too little or too much? Reaction varies to Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf’s new COVID-19 mitigation orders

    12/10/2020 3:58:33 PM PST · by lightman · 11 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 10 December A.D. 2020 | Jan Murphy
    With Pennsylvania’s COVID-19-related deaths hitting their highest point in the last two days since the pandemic began and the number of new cases consistently topping 10,000 each day, Gov. Tom Wolf and state Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine are imploring the state’s residents to hit a three-week pause on certain activities. Among them, they are banning indoor dining at bars and restaurants, halting school sports and activities, and prohibiting entertainment venues such as casinos, theaters and bowling alleys from being open starting this Saturday until 8 a.m. on Jan. 4. Tom Wolf has now tested negative for the coronavirus following...
  • No more indoor dining, casinos and theaters will close and new limits on retailers: Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf

    12/10/2020 1:38:08 PM PST · by lightman · 46 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 10 December A.D. 2020 | Ron Southwick
    Gov. Tom Wolf announced new steps Thursday to combat the surge in coronavirus cases, including measures to prohibit indoor dining in restaurants, the closure of casinos and theaters and a temporary halt to scholastic sports. In a news conference, Wolf said he is imposing other limits on all businesses serving the public, capping retailers, barber shops and salons and other businesses to 50% of indoor occupancy limits. Gyms and fitness centers can offer outdoor classes but cannot offer indoor operations. Indoor gatherings are limited to 10 people, the governor’s office said, but churches and other houses of worship are exempt...