Thursday, June 18, 2015

The LuLac Edition #2955, June 18th, 2015

Won’t give you his name because I don’t publish the names of little pieces of crap who kill innocent people. All I know is the little creep invaded a house of worship, chatted up the members for an hour and then killed them. Unfortunately he was taken alive.
And the son of a bitch wasn’t even original in his killing spree.
He stayed in the church for an hour and then opened up on everyone. Right from Marvel's “Kingsman: The Secret Service."It's number one in home rentals.
Then he spares a person telling her “I want you to tell my story!” Major Crimes last Monday on TBS.
His story isn’t worth anything. Neither is his life. The stories that should be told are the people he killed.
Wasn’t there a jail transfer in “JFK” where the accused didn’t make it out alive? Just saying.

 A.J. Munchak and Bob Cordaro. (Photo:
Closing arguments were made today in Federal Court for the granting of a new trial for former Commissioner Bob Cordaro. Cordaro’s a lawyer, Brain Kelly (not the candidate for Mayor of Wilkes Barre) said that there were a series of deficiencies in the former County Commissioner’s defense. Which Cordaro as a lawyer had to be privy too. As a gambler he rolled the dice. The problem was he also took A.J. Munchak down with him at the same time. If anything, A.J. should be bitching.

 Congressman Matt Cartwright (Photo: LuLac archives)
U.S. Representative Matt Cartwright and U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (RI) will re-introduce the Safeguarding America’s Future and Environment (SAFE) Act, legislation that would safeguard the country’s natural resources from the increasingly harmful effects of climate change.
“Climate change poses an immediate and long-term threat to the natural resources and environmental landscape that many local communities depend on for a livelihood. In Pennsylvania alone, outdoor recreation generates $21.5 billion in annual consumer spending and supports 219,000 jobs,” said Rep. Cartwright, a member of the Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition (SEEC). “This legislation will proactively develop a climate change adaption plan to protect our lands and waters, such as the Delaware River and Pocono Mountains, from a changing climate.”
“The effects of climate change are all around us, from the oceans in Rhode Island, to the waterways of Pennsylvania,” said Senator Whitehouse. “As our natural ecosystems continue to experience costly and unpredictable extreme weather like droughts, floods, and hurricanes, we need to take action. The SAFE Act will help us better prepare for the changes that we can no longer avoid even as we continue working to prevent the worst outcomes for future generations.”
The bill would require federal natural resource agencies to plan and implement a long-term national climate change adaptation strategy in coordination with state, local, and tribal governments. The bill would provide an integrated national approach to ongoing and expected effects of extreme weather and climate change, building on existing federal, state, and local efforts to reduce redundancy and costs. The bill would require agencies to work together to identify and prioritize specific conservation and management strategies and actions to respond to extreme weather and climate change. Additionally, the bill would encourage the development of state-specific adaptation plans to receive funding related to the Act.
This national strategy would guide federal adaptation plans and reduce redundancy and costs. The Act creates the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center, to develop and compile scientific information on climate variability, and a Science Advisory Board, to ensure that agency planning considers the best available science.
“Senator Whitehouse and Rep. Cartwright are demonstrating real leadership by taking a stand on climate change and working to protecting our nation’s natural resources and the communities that depend on them,” said Defenders of Wildlife President and CEO Jamie Rappaport Clark. “Restoring and conserving our natural resources now is the key to making them more resilient in the face of global warming and extreme weather events in the future. The SAFE Act represents a serious effort to do just that.”
The following organizations have endorsed the legislation: American Forests, American Rivers, Conservation Northwest, Defenders of Wildlife, Earthjustice, Endangered Species Coalition, National Audubon Society, National Wildlife Federation, National Parks Conservation Association, Outdoor Alliance, Restore America’s Estuaries, Rocky Mountain Wild, Sierra Club, The Nature Conservancy, The Trust for Public Land, The Wilderness Society, The Wildlife Society, Wildlands Network, Wildlife Conservation Society, Winter Wildlands Alliance, World Wildlife Fund
Rep. Matt Cartwright represents Pennsylvania’s 17th Congressional District, which includes Schuylkill County and portions of Carbon, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, and Northampton Counties. Cartwright serves on the House Committee on Natural Resources and the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.

Congressman Lou Barletta. (Photo: LuLac Archives)
Congressman Lou Barletta, issued a statement regarding the House passage of the Protect Medical Innovation Act (H.R. 160), which repeals the tax on medical devices contained in Obamacare. Barletta voted in favor of the bill, which passed the House of Representatives by a vote of 280-to-140.Barletta’s statement is as follows:“Pennsylvania ranks fourth in the nation in medical technology employment, with more than 31,000 residents working in the industry. Company leaders tell us that they are considering slowing or stopping job creation as a direct result of the punitive medical device tax. At a time when so many Pennsylvanians are still struggling in a sluggish economy, we must do all that we can to clear obstacles and spur job creation.“Higher taxes mean higher prices and fewer jobs. This tax is bad medicine for people who need items like artificial joints, and also for the people who make them.”



This week's guest is Scranton Councilman Wayne Evans. Jim Riley hosts Sunday at 6 on 94.3 The Talker; 6:30 on The Game Sports Radio 1340/1400/1440 am and 100.7 and 106.7 fm; and 7:30 on 105 The River.


Lackawanna County's Department of Arts & Culture has a lot of activities scheduled for the summer months and Department spokeswoman Maureen McGuigan
will outline those plans for David DeCosmo and co-host Rusty Fender on ECTV Live during the week of June 22nd. ECTV Live can be seen on Comcast channel 19 61 in some areas) throughout the week.


This Week on Sunday Magazine
Brian Hughes speaks with Mark Chamberlain and Terri Martin about their upcoming "Brainstorming Mixer" for anyone in business or even those who have an idea they can turn into a business, coming up on Tuesday June 30th at the Stonehedge County Club in Tunkhannock.
Magic 93's Frankie in the Morning speaks with Attorney Michelle Quinn from HKQ Kids about their 8th Annual Bike Helmet Giveaway for kids 8 and under on the Fourth of July at Kirby Park in Wilkes Barre.
And an encore of Brian's interview with Dr. Cass Ingram about natural ways of treating Lyme Disease.
Sunday Magazine, Sunday morning at 5am on NASH-FM, 93.7, 5:30am on 97BHT, 6am on 97.9X & Sports Radio 590, WARM and 6:25am on Magic 93.


Tune in to Sue Henry's "Special Edition" this week as Sue recaps the week's news. Special Edition is heard Saturdays and Sunday on these Entercom stations, WILK FM Saturday at 2pm Sunday at 6 am on Froggy 101 Sunday at 7 am on The Sports Hub 102.3 Sunday at 7 am on K R Z 98.5 Sunday at noon on WILK FM 103.1.


Want to hear some great parodies on the news? Tune in to WILK Radio at 6:40 and 8:40 AM on Mondays. As Ralph Cramden used to say, “It’s a laugh riot!”


Tune in Wednesdays on WILK Radio for Karel on the Street. Hear some of the funniest and heartwarming comments on the issues of the day on Webster and Nancy with Karel Zubris.


Every Wednesday at 5PM, Steve Corbett shines the light on a Public official with his “Somebody’s Watching Me” segment. Corbett picks an alleged public servant to eye ball and observe. Batten down the lawn furniture in the driveway and that e mail machine. There is nowhere to hide when “Somebody’s Watching”. Wednesdays at 5 on WILK’s Corbett program.


Our 1965 logo.
65th US Golf Open: Gary Player shoots 282 at Bellerive CC in St Louis….Freddie Trueman ends his Test cricket career, v NZ at Lord's…..Gyula Kallai succeeds Janos Kádár as premier of Hungary….in Pennsylvania Governor Scranton announces increased funding for his state parks program…in Wilkes Barre City Council Bob Brader holds a few summertime events starting early in his effort to retain a seat on Council and fifty years ago this week the number one song in LuLac land and America was “Wooly Bully “ by Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs. This song turned out to be the number one song of the year. Even though a former co worker of mine at United Way, Susan Jellig's dog was named "Wooly" after the song, I still hated it. Still do.


At 8:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


How the hell do you think natural resources were CREATED!!???

Extreme heat, extreme cold, extreme pressure, etc.

Do something worthwhile even if it's keeping your mouth shut.

The US didn't create this alone and it won't prevent it. This is like a skipping record and it's only becoming annoying.

At 9:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Psycho-shooter was medicated. Sound familiar?

Psych-shooter was given a gun by a parent. Sound familiar?

How do you address the stupid parent plug in?

At 9:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Roof bought a .45-caliber handgun at a Charleston gun store, according to the two law enforcement officials. His grandfather says that Roof was given "birthday money" and that the family didn't know what Roof did with it."

At 11:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the family didn't know what Roof did with it."

Too clueless to ask. Figures.


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