UPT Board Meeting Notes 3/19/18 Episode 3: Preservation Reservations

Gentle Reader, if you haven't engaged in the activity of thinking for a while, your humble blogress has a prescription for you:  tune in to the Upper Providence Board of Supervisors meetings every first and third Monday, where Board Chairman John Pearson indulges his ego and reads a Googled vignette into the record, the purpose …

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C’mon Man! (2)

Seriously.  National Review: Ben Carson, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development, suggested his wife was responsible for the purchase of a $31,000 dining set for his office during his testimony before a House committee Tuesday. Carson said his wife selected the “style and color” for the dining set and indicated the order was placed …

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Maybe the 4th will be with us

Last month, smack-dab in the middle of the three week petition gathering season, the Democrat-controlled PA Supreme Court decided to ignore the Constitution, overstep their authority and redrew the boundaries of Pennsylvania's U.S. Congressional Districts. This threw the entire Republican Party into a tailspin as they scrambled to find and vet candidates for newly created …

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UPT Board Meeting Notes 3/5/18 Episode 2: Campaign Trail Promise Fulfillment Season

I’ve got no post for 2/20/18 meeting, but I would like to note that Supervisor Phil Barker’s rejoinder to the Democrats’ “kicking the can down the road” talking point on fire and EMS made at the 2/5 meeting is definitely worth a watch.  He even brings props.  It begins at 1:47 in the 2/20/18 meeting …

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