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Committed to Uncommitted

April 11, 2024

Anti-Biden protest on Biden Street! Sunday, April 21, at 11 a.m. near the Piazza dell’ Arte on Court House Square on the 500 block of what should be Spruce Street in downtown Scranton. Why? Here’s why. Presumptuous Democratic Party bosses from Scranton City Hall on North Washington Avenue to the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue […]

Living on Biden Street

April 4, 2024

Back in 2021 city officials in President Joe Biden’s Scranton, Pennsylvania birthplace renamed good old-fashioned Spruce Street as Biden Street, rechristening a traditional byway as a new and improved posh and prestigious address. To make matters worse, Scranton City Council also renamed the Central Scranton Expressway as the President Joseph R. Biden Jr. Expressway. Commonly […]

Living One Marine’s Legacy

March 28, 2024

Frigid wind blew overtop iced grave markers at Cathedral Cemetery Sunday when Joe Silvestri and Brad Varney pulled Joe’s red Subaru to the side of the historic graveyard road. Stepping from the car graced with a Purple Heart license plate they shook hands with old friends who arrived early. To commemorate the 57th anniversary of […]

Protect and Serve Yourself

March 21, 2024

Of all the crack security guards U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright could have hired to defend him from terrorist attack, the 8th District congressman from Northeastern Pennsylvania chose Leonard Namiotka. But how much protection can Democrat Cartwright expect from a retired Scranton cop who accidentally shot himself in the hand in 2009 while off duty and […]

Kiss Me, I’m Sexist

March 14, 2024

No better gender equality battle cry exists than “Women’s rights are human rights.” Hillary Rodham Clinton, whose paternal family roots run deep in Scranton and who should be president, spoke those mighty words. Now Hillary’s hubby Bill is headed to Scranton as featured speaker at Saturday’s annual all-male Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of Lackawanna […]

The Outlaw Steve Corbett ink splotch