Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 7:22 PMken
"money money money...ain't it funny....in a rich mans world" its all about the kickbacks and whats in it for me...vote for me thing
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 6:40 PMkaj
Capitalists have proven themselves unworthy of the public trust. Capitalists have raped social services to pad their payrolls. The income inequality can and should be balanced. Screw your fake Commie paranoia. No more free rides for welfare queens disguised as "businessmen". And no more blaming the little guy for getting wise to the one sided game.
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 5:27 PMCaptain Obvious
"It is not too perilous to say that The most serious threat to economic liberty ( aside from the out-break of WWIII ) is government ownership and Laws coercing citizens to surrender theirs via taxation . . . in that If we continue to be led to adopt far-reaching economic controls in order to "solve"balance of payments injustices." (communism) Interferences with international trade by government into fixing values appear immune; They can get support @ free market. Many a businessman regards this as the American way of life - yet there is no quicker path capable of spreading so much destruction of the market, so far and fast than assigning payments to the "Nanny State" then likewise assembling a whole class of TAKERS because by definition if one works for government their whole payment comes from those who've been stolen from." - Milton Friedman - 1962 (The Anti-Chomsky) --C-SPAN Washington Journal-- The left vehemently try to bankrupt the federal government so we have to hand over our representative powers to a global Gov't. . . when hospital bills and medicine is not at all the tax-payers constitutional responsibility. If you can't see THAT you are blind, the Red bastards will stop at nothing to usurp the world longest-surviving republic.
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Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 5:05 PMCayce
You just admitted you belong in the IQ 80 bunch.
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 5:01 PMwhy selective?
Why do you think HS editorial (O'Keefe palm pinarski, hetcik, Yauger, garofola) left out Dave coder Blair zimmerman of Greene county, and the other. Counties?. Tribune and observer reporter pgh post wrote all the news but herald sub-Standard just felt the need to blast two republican female commissioners. Hmm
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 4:48 PMHS spin, as expected
RE: HS opinion that reads "Among those agreeing to table a vote on the extension were Fayette County Commissioner Angela M. Zimmerlink and Washington County Commissioners Larry Maggi and Diana Irey Vaughan. They claimed that the project would have been defeated if it had been voted upon and delaying the vote was the only way to keep the project alive."
Source: http://www.heraldstandard.com/opinion/ editorials/build-it/article_7403d7d6-2 37a-5f18-a30f-e8eb44e7200e.html
HS admits Zimmerlink, Maggi and Irey said delaying the vote (by tabling) was the only way to keep the project alive.
That means David Lohr and Vince Vicites votes were a way to put the project at risk of permanently being ended.
HS doesn't argue that Zimmerlink, Maggi and Irey were wrong in their assessment that tabling was a way to keep the project alive.
Obvious the HS opinion writer felt a need to spin Lohr and Vicites project endangering the project by voting, instead of tabling, as good thing.
Oh, my, far from it.
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 4:42 PM10counties herald sub-Standa
9 counties 30 commissioners and zimmerlink looking at big picture. But Lohr Vicites said go ahead build the 14 toll road from large to Monroeville. Why?
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 4:39 PMFailing Bigly
Hey Cayce! You seem to have a knack for self delusion. Just like the Artsy Deal Maker. Yes sir, you guys are really smart. You believe that the Donald was going to Repeal and Replace. Bigly, very easy. "Health care for everyone" 'Cheaper, Better" The Donald had a "PLAN" He did not! Stay clear of the IQ discussion until you figure out the basics.
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 1:26 PMmarybeth
Because the aforesaid group of "editors" lol HATE Her...and are so desperate to save face they create fake "stories".....there money train...mahoney...has left the station and they harbor many ill feelings...so pitiful to see.....frogger can't move on an oreefer is GONE....period....in his mind
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 12:02 PM10counties herald sub-Standa
Editorial board are mark O'Keefe, mike palm, bob pinarski, Jim hercik, patty Yauger. Why did they pick out rep Westmoreland co female commissioner Diane irey and female republican commissioner Angela Zimmerlink as two of the 30 voted the same way?
who else voted the same way zimmerlink and irey?
allegheny, Armstrong Beaver Butler Greene Indiana Lawrence Washington Westmoreland commissioners. But the herald sub-Standard left all them out when writing this morning about the 10 county region vote instead the herald sub-Standard pats Vicites and Lohr on the back for being two lone nay votes. Lollollol.
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 10:17 AMkaj
The Herald Substandard has been providing alternative facts and fake news for years. It's just now we have a name and frame of reference for what they've done to this community.
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 08:47 AMtruthful news sources
It shouldn't be called a newspaper. Editorial today blasts two female republican commissioners, slightly mentions Democrat male and totally leaves out the 30 commissioners in 10 counties who voted the same way Diana Irey and Angela Zimmerlink did
The rag paper also said irey and zimmerlink spoke at the SPC meeting before the vote by the 10 counties. Watch PNC they did not talk before the vote.
male and female commissioners Republican and Democrats commissioners voted. 2 commissioners , Dave Lohr and Vince Vicites, from Fayette County voted NO. Also tom ceraso former Westmoreland co commissioner lost bid for reelection landing cushion job for water authority voted No. Everyone else vote yes.
herald sub-Standard editorial today another half truths, partisan, waste of space. Go ahead herald sub-Standard print the names of the 30 commissioners who voted the same as irey zimmerlink.
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 08:39 AMSgt. Friday
The D's have NO INTENTION OF WORKING WITH TRUMP NO MATTER WHAT.
Sun, Mar 26, 2017 - 12:26 AMcrunch
"The stunning collapse of the Republican health-care bill now imperils the rest of President Trump’s ambitious congressional agenda, with few prospects for quick victory on tax reform, construction projects or a host of other issues in the months ahead despite complete GOP control of government. While Republicans broadly share the goal of Trump’s promised “big tax cuts,” the president will have to bridge many of the same divides within his own party that sunk the attempted overhaul of the Affordable Care Act. And without savings anticipated from the health-care bill, paying for the “massive” cuts Trump has promised for corporations and middle-class families becomes considerably more complicated. Meanwhile, other marquee agenda items, including a $1 trillion investment in roads and other infrastructure and proposed crackdowns on both legal and illegal immigration, will require the support of Democrats, many of whom have been alienated by the highly partisan start to Trump’s tenure."
Sat, Mar 25, 2017 - 9:54 PMkaj
LMAO @ Trump having a plan. This should be good. So, genius, what's the plan?
Sat, Mar 25, 2017 - 7:15 PMCayce
He does have a plan just you and others are too dense to see it. D's and other liberals are a class of people with IQ's lower then 100 who think they have IQ's of 150 or more.
Fri, Mar 24, 2017 - 4:43 PMFailing BIGLY
In Trump's mind, solution to Health Care was easy. He promised that his plan would be of higher quality, lower cost and cover everyone, plus make you happy. OOPs!!! After more than 7 years and 50 Republican bills to repeal and replace, you would expect that an actual "PLAN" existed. You would expect that a President who ran on repeal and replace would actually have a "PLAN" You would expect that the self proclaimed Artsy Deal Maker would be able to work with his own Majority party to craft a "PLAN" that served American citizens. The "UNPLAN" was dumped today. America has been duped by it's elected leaders. P.T Barnum was right, the Nation has been suckered.
Thu, Mar 23, 2017 - 6:29 PMPDE
Post something from The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about superintendent Martell then his wife that works as a principal at Elizabeth Forward will attack children on Facebook and call them an A S S. We have already contacted WTAE and the Department of Education - Contact Bureau/Office and filed an Educatir Misconduct Complaint Form on her. CONTACT BUREAU/OFFICE PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OFFICE OF CHIEF COUNSEL 333 MARKET STREET. HARRISBURG, PA 17126-0333. PHONE: 717/ 787-5500. She can't control her temper and there's a record on Facebook. Here's the PPG post that she's mad as ever about. Wilkinsburg auditors question bill from Golf Warehouse when there's no golf team March 17, 2016 12:00 AM By Mary Niederberger / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette In January, it was discovered that the Wilkinsburg School District purchased $1,814 in baseball equipment even though it did not have a baseball team in 2014 or 2015. At Tuesday’s school board finance committee meeting, school directors received an auditor’s report that stated a district credit card was billed $1,239 by Golf Warehouse in October 2014 even though the district has no golf team. The bill was noted in a management letter from the district’s auditors Maher Duessell, who have concluded the annual independent audit of the district’s finances for the 2014-15 school year, and was questioned by school director Joshua Miller. Wilkinsburg auditors question bill from Golf Warehouse when there's no golf team March 17, 2016 12:00 AM By Mary Niederberger / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette In January, it was discovered that the Wilkinsburg School District purchased $1,814 in baseball equipment even though it did not have a baseball team in 2014 or 2015. At Tuesday’s school board finance committee meeting, school directors received an auditor’s report that stated a district credit card was billed $1,239 by Golf Warehouse in October 2014 even though the district has no golf team. The bill was noted in a management letter from the district’s auditors Maher Duessell, who have concluded the annual independent audit of the district’s finances for the 2014-15 school year, and was questioned by school director Joshua Miller. “It popped out at me because we don’t have a golf team and it’s a very large bill for something that I’m not aware we have any use for,” Mr. Miller said. Business manager Richard Liberto told Mr. Miller that auditors would address the issue in their public presentation on March 22. The auditors, in their letter, pointed out that there were no accompanying receipts for the purchase from Golf Warehouse, so district officials do not know what was purchased. The purchase was billed to a credit card held by former director of business affairs Phil Martell, who is now the superintendent of the Connellsville Area School District. Mr. Martell referred questions about the Golf Warehouse bill to his attorney Charles LoPresti, who said Mr. Martell never ordered any golf equipment on a Wilkinsburg credit card. Mr. LoPresti said that Golf Warehouse is a clearinghouse for all types of sports equipment and that the bill is for other types of sporting equipment for the Wilkinsburg School District. “I do know that no golf equipment was ever purchased from a credit card that Phil used specifically. He does have a recollection of a credit card being used for Golf Warehouse for other sporting equipment,” Mr. LoPresti said. According to its website, Golf Warehouse is an online golf retailer based in Wichita, Kan., that markets more than 40,000 golf products. On the website all of the products listed for sale are golf-related, including clubs, balls, bags, shoes, apparel and other accessories. It makes no mention of non-golf sporting goods. The baseball equipment purchased in 2014 was shipped to Mr. Martell’s office. In a January interview, Mr. Martell said he purchased the baseball equipment in anticipation of the baseball team being fielded in the spring of 2015 because of an agreement with Imani Christian Academy to have a joint team. But no students from Imani joined the team and only six Wilkinsburg students showed up for practice, prompting the season to be canceled in March. Mr. LoPresti said it was his impression that “most, if not all, of the baseball equipment has been found or recovered in the district” and that there are witnesses to prove that. But the auditors noted in the management letter that the baseball items could not be located. The auditors also noted that the district does not formally log athletic equipment when it is received. Mary Niederberger: email@example.com or 412-263-1590.
Thu, Mar 23, 2017 - 07:48 AMSounds like
this Martell and Martell Cartel are real scum bags.
Wed, Mar 22, 2017 - 7:19 PMtoo bad
your post will be "gone in 60 seconds" wait for it...they are watching
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