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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Corbett v. The People: An Undeclared State of War


To all:

I am in a position where I do not have the time or ability to write a lengthy post in response to Peacegirl's question/concerns about the polluted state of the Susquehanna River. And yes, it is polluted. And impaired by any definition of the word.

I will get to that issue early next week.

However, I did want to bring this letter PA Governor Tom Corbett wrote to the Delaware River Basin Commission to everyone's attention this morning. Please note who appears to have received an early copy/notice of the communication.

Energy in Depth. Go figure.

Folks, 150 years after the Battle of Gettysburg, and 235 years after the Battle of Wyoming, there is an undeclared state of war raging in the commonwealth of PA. It pits Tom Corbett and his allies bosses in the natural gas industry against the citizens of our commonwealth.

And it has only just begun.

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For everyone in NEPA looking for something to do on the morning of July 4th:

"Don’t miss the annual observance of the Battle of Wyoming, coming up at 10 a.m. on July 4 at the monument, Route 11, Wyoming. The speaker this year is Dr. John B. Frantz, emeritus professor of history at Penn State, according to the Wyoming Commemorative Association’s Facebook page. He’s a scholar in Pennsylvania history and the American Revolution. Events get under way at 10 a.m. Frantz is the co-editor of “Beyond Philadelphia: The American Revolution in the Pennsylvania Hinterland,” according to the university press home page."

Later.
    

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