Friday, December 13, 2013
Peter Palamino's comments
In rebuttal, Gosnells attorney argues aborted fetuses already dead
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Wed., 04/10/13 - 14:16 PM
20 murdered children at Sandy Hook = Non-stop coverage by media, loud demands to restrict peoples' right to own guns, legislation to do just that.
Dr. Gosnell's murder of children for more than 20 years = No coverage by media, no demands to restrict peoples' right to have abortions, no legislation to do just that.
If murdered children are going to be used to take away people's rights, then this standard must be applied equally.
That said, no one wants to take away anyone's abortion rights, but there should be common-sense restrictions on it. You can still have your abortions, right after you get a background check for crimes or mental illness, and the approval of your local police department.
When someone else murders children, that's when your rights get taken away from you! Isn't this the lesson which government is trying so hard to teach us?
Election enraged man who posted Facebook pic of son with rifle
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Wed., 03/27/13 - 06:59 AM
Civil Rights lawsuit of the decade, break this anti-American police department into tiny pieces. I wonder if Nazi police who came to Jewish homes wrote things like "Moses behaved arrogantly when we arrived at his house," or "Sarah told us that Abraham had not been the same since the election of Hitler." "Parents step outside now, so we can talk to little Jacob alone."
Notice that propagandist Jason Nark doesn't name the Nazi police officers or DCF agents, although there are many quotes from the police report, which would have included the names of the cops who had written it up. You name "Shawn and Julie," Nark, why won't you name the gun-grabbing cops or child-grabbing DCF? Shame on you, Nark, for protecting such cowardly filth.
What the hell is a Sexologist, anyway?
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Wed., 03/06/13 - 08:08 AM
Dr. Jill, hypothetical question for you:
If, after completing a rigorous course of study, the infamous Jerry Sandusky were to earn from unnamed institutions of higher learning a bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree in human sexuality; would there, in Dr. Jill's opinion, be anything at all to disqualify Mr. Goofy from declaring himself the second most formally educated person about sex on the planet, calling himself a sexologist, and publishing a series of rambling and incoherent columns in the local excuse for a newspaper?
Because if he can, I'd rather read that column than this one.
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Talks surround Gosnell case, but no agreement announced
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Fri., 03/01/13 - 07:20 AM
Call DA Seth Williams and ask "Why would you offer a plea deal to a serial killer?" Call the Inky too, and ask "Why don't you ever call Kermit Gosnell an alleged serial killer when he's accused of killing 7 people?"
Short answer is that prosecuting Doc Gosnell, or even writing articles about him, makes abortion look bad. Abortion is meant to be portrayed as healthy and fun, like in Planned Parenthood commercials or Inquirer stories. Doctor Goz's bloody slaughterhouse just doesn't fit that picture.
If Dr. G goes to trial, then DA Williams will have to argue this long-time abortionist committed 7 murders, using similar methods, for monetary gain. People might start thinking that abortion isn't so healthy and fun after all, but is actually sick and evil. And that must not be allowed to happen, lest the people who derive political power and money from abortion lose even an iota of that power or money.
Kermit Gosnell in plea deal talks?
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Fri., 03/01/13 - 02:37 AM
Call DA Seth Williams and ask "Why would you offer a plea deal to a serial killer?" Call the Inky too, and ask "Why do you never describe Kermit Gosnell as an alleged serial killer?"
Short answer is that prosecuting Doc Gosnell, or even writing articles about him, makes abortion look bad. Abortion is meant to be portrayed as healthy and fun, like in Planned Parenthood commercials or Inquirer stories.
If Dr. G goes to trial, then DA Williams will have to argue this long-time abortionist committed 7 murders, using similar methods, for monetary gain. People might start thinking that abortion isn't so healthy and fun after all, but is actually sick and evil. And that must not be allowed to happen, lest the people who derive political power and money from abortions lose even an iota of that power or money.
Woman shot dead in front of her young son
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Wed., 02/27/13 - 07:22 AM
Messin' round, messin' round town?
Judge tosses video evidence, acquits ex-cop Josey.
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Wed., 02/27/13 - 07:13 AM
If you have photos of the police officers congratulating Josey, then show them. If these sworn officers support a woman-beater, then the public has the right to see them doing it. What's the matter Daily News? Afraid to photograph corrupt and violent police? After the Josey verdict, I can't really blame them.
Arrest in murder of former Trenton cop's son
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Wed., 02/27/13 - 07:02 AM
No, keep the drunk-driving laws. Get rid of assault-style SUVs and high-capacity minivans which can hold more than 6 gallons of gasoline. Anyone who doesn't agree likes to murder children, isn't that how your argument goes?
Poll: Despite Sandy, Shore visitors plan to return
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Tue., 02/19/13 - 06:13 AM
If day-trippers were smart, they'd stay away for at least one summer season. This will totally terrify the local business owners, who will then have no choice but to offer big big savings the following summer! Why is the newspaper doing sales for already rich shore business owners?
Many people in New Jersey are grossly overweight, and they could stand to trim a few pounds. They'll probably want some time to thoroughly clean the beaches too, or some vacationing child from Pennsylvania might accidentally get hurt by some Hurricane Sandy Debris! Why not help our MLB-less neighbors by staying out of their state for a year?
It is ridiculous enough that this newspaper is largely owned by a political mafia captain from New Jersey (NORCROSS). Do we really need to suffer through boo-hoo-hoo stories about how sad a bunch of criminals will be to eat the $1 trillion tax-dollar pie that they are about to be served? How can these reporters face themselves in the mirror each morning? Take a buyout you guys, there is more honor in the bread-line than at this paper.
Witness: Greene's actions caused by major depression
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Wed., 01/30/13 - 11:10 AM
The MAFIA politicians and district attorney of Philadelphia have protected Carl Greene by their failure to charge him with any crime. Greene should be a criminal defendant, not a civil plaintiff. MAFIA protects their own. This MAFIA includes, but is certainly not limited to, Michael Nutter, Seth Williams, Bob Brady, Blondell Reynolds Brown.
The only reason that Greene is able to engage in this ridiculous lawsuit is because he has never been charged with a crime. Incredible as it might sound, neither DA Seth Williams nor any US attorney has charged Carl Greene with any crime, although he has no doubt committed dozens upon dozens of felonies and misdemeanors.
Had Greene ever actually been charged with a crime, any civil action lawsuit, like the one in this story, would have been postponed until after the outcome of his criminal trial. Any criminal trial he might have had would have resulted in Greene's conviction, and the criminal evidence produced at that trial could have been used in court against him if Greene ever attempted to sue later on.
The reason Greene has not been charged is because he could implicate many of his fellow MAFIA cronies, and by protecting Greene, Nutter et al protect themselves as well.
At show, firearm enthusiasts stick to their guns
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Mon., 01/28/13 - 05:40 AM
Most of Difilippo's article here is actually relatively fair, but her bias still shines through.
Really Dana, Nazi-flags? That certainly seems like something you would have photographed. Forgive me if I don't take your word on that one, since I only see one flag in your 3 photos, and it happens to be an American flag.
DiFilippo also makes sure to use all the propaganda buzz-words: "gun-control proposal", "gun-control fight", "assault weapon", "high-capacity magazine", "gun-rights". The phrase "Second Amendment" is used exactly one time, and it's when she quotes somebody. "Bill of Rights" or "Civil Rights" never even get mentioned.
So, for anybody who's ever had the misfortune to attend a Philadelphia Public School, lemme give ya a short history lesson: The Second Amendment to the Bill of Rights is a Civil Right, and it is an individual right that we all possess. In full, the 2nd Amendment states "A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bears arms shall not be infringed."
The 2nd Amendment was ratified by the 1st US Congress in 1791, more than 220 years ago. It was ratified by our Founding Fathers, who had fought a bloody war for Independence from a tyrannical government, and they wanted to be absolutely certain that the American people would always possess the means to do the same, if need be, in the future.
How did the American Revolution kick-off? The War for Independence began on April 19, 1775 at Lexington & Concord, Massachusetts near Boston. The war began when 700 British soldiers marched to confiscate the Americans' guns, and the Americans refused to surrender them. Ralph Waldo Emerson would describe the first shot fired by American patriots as "The Shot Heard 'Round the World," and with this Shot, the American Revolution began.
The 2nd Amendment is an individual right. The 2nd Amendment is YOUR right. Don't let anybody take your rights.
Stu Bykofsky: These days, we need armed cops in schools
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Mon., 01/28/13 - 04:30 AM
Actually Stu, YOU are the one misleading people. O's daughters definitely DO have armed guards for protection, they are called the secret service. They will have these armed guards 24/7 for the rest of their lives, inside or outside the US. What do you think the SS agents carry to put down an aggressor, lollipops? Firearms are good enough to guard the President's babies, but not good enough to guard our babies? That is how you spell H-Y-P-O-C-R-I-T-E.
Stu, you also claim that O's push for so-called school resource officers is "a nice way of saying cops". First off, when did cop become a dirty word? Second, no it isn't...
It's a nice way of saying more school psychologists that WILL attempt to put your kids on mind-altering drugs like ritalin or prozac, exactly the same kind of drugs that many school-shooters are ON when they commit their rampages.
It's a nice way of saying TSA-style goons in schools that WILL put their hands on your child, molesting them in the name of "safety." If you've never seen the video where the TSA-agents run their fingers through the crying six-year old's hair while her parents are kept back, then you really ought to google it now, it is absolutely chilling.
It's a nice way of saying government social workers / spies who WILL ask your kids questions like "Why do you look sad today, honey? Do Mommy and Daddy ever fight? About what? Do your parents own guns? How many? Does anyone in your family smoke marijuana?" And on and on and on, until they find a "reason" to involve Child Protective Services with your child.
Please wake up, people. Anybody who wants to disarm you so that you cannot protect your children is definitely not your friend, but very likely your enemy.
Pa. lawmaker seeks to change offensive name of mountain
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Sat., 01/26/13 - 09:27 AM
I'm glad you asked that question, Nebulus. In short, hammering the square-peg of the past to fit the round-hole of the present is a road that has no end, nor any permanence. (To mix a couple metaphors)
When we indulge in name-changing revisions in order to reflect our current sensibilities, we accomplish three things: 1. We make ourselves feel good in the present. 2. We invite everyone in the future to make whatever revisions to our revisions that they see fit to make, in order to make themselves feel good later. 3. We risk losing the actual history of what occurred by imposing our preferred viewpoint on events.
The future will not necessarily agree with our choice of names, as demonstrated by Mrs. Youngblood herself. This is the manner in which St. Petersburg became Leningrad, which became St. Petersburg again. We may or may not care for the name given to the mountain where Nemesis died so bravely, but one thing we cannot deny is that its name comes from real history. PC-inspired name changes risk the distortion of history and are ultimately no more permanent than the current version of PC.
PS - It really does sound like a great area, I'm glad you are able to enjoy it and thanks for the history on Mount Davis.
Sat., 01/26/13 - 07:05 AM
Arrogance, thy name is Youngblood. Who are you, that history must conform to your sensibilities? Will she next suggest that the Word Which Must Not Be Said also be stricken from the Spanish language?
In this piece, Amy Worden used the phrases "French and Indian War" and "American Indian." Did Worden commit a race-sin by not saying French and Native American War? Better ask your friend Youngblood to clarify, Worden, since she is the self-appointed authority on which words are allowed to be used and which are not.
Nemesis loved white folks. He sacrificed his life to defend a white man, and his legend lives on. Why can't Youngblood let this noble man rest in peace?
Stu Bykofsky: Can Big Bob save city's bike race?
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Fri., 01/25/13 - 07:24 AM
Fixer? Problem-solver? Iron pants? When I hear the name Bob Brady, I don't think of any of those phrases. The phrase that springs to mind is "enormously bloated, blood-fattened criminal leech." Byko, why don't you use your journalistic prowess to expose a corrupt politician, instead of begging them for peanuts?
This is what an anti-gun nut looks like
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Thu., 01/24/13 - 22:04 PM
On first view, I failed to catch the "Donut" shop sign in the window directly behind Ramsey. Ha ha ha! There just might be hope for you yet, Will Bunch!
Thu., 01/24/13 - 20:54 PM
Nice fake-military uniform, Ramsey. Let's see now, you got one, two, three, FOUR stars and one shiny button on your shoulders! (Or is that a 5th star? Can't tell.) Wow, Ramsey, you must be the bravest enemy of American civil rights in the entire city!
I love that the photo catches General Gun-Grabber throwing out a salute, too... priceless! What a proud and confident bearing Ramsey projects as he demands the abolition of our Constitutional rights, which better men than him, real-life American soldiers, have fought and died to defend.
Surely Ramsey is a military man himself, since he dresses up like one and struts around throwing salutes? Actually, no. Ramsey has never been a member of any branch of the United States military. Not that he never had the chance...
Aged 18 in 1968, Chuck Ramsey might have become a serviceman if he'd wanted to, but that would have meant a ticket to Vietnam. Instead, he joined the Chicago police department, and immediately became ineligible for the draft. But that doesn't stop him from dressing up like he's General Patton nowadays...
This is the same Chuck Ramsey who ordered the arrest of more than 400 political protesters in Pershing Park, Washington DC, on Sept. 27, 2002. This is the same Chuck Ramsey who was held personally liable for those violations of the 4th Amendment by the DC Court of Appeals on January 13, 2006. This is the same Chuck Ramsey who dressed his police in black uniforms and dispatched them in the dead of night to eject the political protesters encamped outside City Hall barely more than a year ago.
The same Chuck Ramsey who has been found guilty in Federal court for his violations of the 1st and 4th Amendments to the US Constitution has now set his sights on the 2nd Amendment. Why doesn't he stop attacking the Bill of Rights and start serving the arrest warrants on violent criminals?
Nutter joins U.S. Senators to unveil assault weapons ban
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Thu., 01/24/13 - 18:41 PM
Michael Nutter & Chuck Ramsey, men protected 24/7 by armed guards that you pay for, have once again declared their utter contempt for our American civil rights and all the people who have ever shed blood to defend them.
Specifically, these two scumbags showed contempt for our right to keep and bear arms, and our right to self-defense for us and our families.
Although constantly surrounded by firearms for their own safety, Nutter and Ramsey stand there and shamefully call for American citizens to be disarmed. You first, you disgusting hypocrites.
Why don't these rats lead by example and dismiss their armed security details, try living like the rest of us for a while? No? Cowards.
Why doesn't Chuck Ramsey serve the arrest warrants on more than 10,000 wanted criminals in Philadelphia? (He is the Chief of Police after all, and he's got the stylish fake-military uniform to prove it.)
These outstanding arrest warrants are for violent crimes such as attempted murder, rape, and aggravated assault; and the Chuck Ramsey's police absolutely do not serve them, despite it being part of their job to do so. Why doesn't Nutter ORDER Ramsey to serve the warrants, if he's so concerned with keeping people safe?
Maybe because that's not what they're actually after. The real game is to diminish our rights as much as possible now, in order to facilitate stealing even more from us later on. "Never let a good crisis go to waste," is the motto that these vermin live by.
In this case, it means Nutter and Ramsey waving the bloody flag of murdered children to steal your liberties. How dare they? Well, two can play at that game, you government trash...
From now on, every time someone with an outstanding arrest warrant commits a crime in this city NUTTER AND RAMSEY ARE TO BLAME because they could have prevented it if only they had done their job and served the outstanding arrest warrants.
Pension Board adopts Nutter's "Sandy Hook Principles" for gun companies
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Thu., 01/24/13 - 12:59 PM
The mayor is a fool. Right now gun sales and stocks are going through the roof, while the City of Philadelphia is utterly broke in every way that matters. The combination of these two factors actually makes it the WORST time for the City to divest its munitions holdings.
If the mayor really cared about ensuring that the pensions of city workers are funded, then he'd be asking the board to invest MORE heavily in firearms. Guaranteed money-earner, particularly now that King Obama's gun-grab talk has resulted in record-breaking gun sales nationwide in the last month alone.
But what did you expect from an authoritarian scumbag like Michael Nutter? Guns for him and his enforcers, no guns for you! If you dislike guns so much, Mr. Mayor, then shouldn't you disarm your entire security detail? Hypocrite.
Mayor Nutter is nothing more than the clownish front-man for the Mafia criminals that run Philadelphia, who, of course, would prefer their victims (you) to be disarmed.
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