UPT Board Meeting Notes 4/16/18 Episode 6: EMERGENCY!

I arrived at the 4/16 Township meeting a couple minutes late on purpose: I specifically wanted to avoid John Pearson’s tedious recitation of his handpicked passage from Chicken Soup for the Soul.  While I thankfully missed Pearson’s pocket sermon, unfortunately, the meeting room and the reception area outside the meeting room were absolutely packed.  I …

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Arkoosh airs Dem dirty laundry in service to the Sisterhood

Can anyone please explain to me what, exactly, the Democrats mean when they talk about empowered women? Are they women who are strong, self-assured and capable, or are they whiners who cower in the face of a primary challenge from a man?  Are they happy that legions of women are now "woke" and assertively marching …

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UPT Board Meeting Notes Episode 5: Special Fire & Emergency Services Meeting

I attended the April 4 special meeting in person, but even so, there were things I missed, or comments I did not note at the beginning of the meeting that had special relevance to the overall presentation and the conclusions about that presentation, so rewatching it online was instructive.  If you haven't watched, and you …

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UPT Board Meeting Notes Episode 4: Love Thy Neighbor

The regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors on April 2, 2018, has no icon on the Township’s web page, but the video is indeed up.  It appears that I was the first one to watch it. As usual, no embedding is possible so video can be found HERE. This meeting clocks in at a …

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Turning PA Black and Blue

After Madeleine Dean challenged Mary Jo Daley's petitions primarily on handwriting anomalies, Daley has decided to withdraw from contention for PA4.  PoliticsPA: “After reviewing the state of the race and the current Democratic field of candidates, three women and one man, I realized that we would be facing a bitter and costly campaign that could …

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‘Stormy’ Conditions; Limited Visibility

In spite of all appearances, Democrats don’t really care about President Trump’s alleged affair with Stormy Daniels.  Sure the salacious details and the painful daily drip of information compounded by Trump’s increasingly implausible denials make for a sordid and compelling media circus, but that’s not why Stormy Daniels is suddenly the darling of the left.  …

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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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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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