Rated one of Pennsylvania's top blog/sites, the LuLac Political Letter delves into issues of politics on all levels (with special concentration on Luzerne and Lackawanna Counties: thus the name LULAC) and pop culture.
The LuLac Political Letter was also named Best Political Blog of the Year for 2014 by NEPA BLOGCON and most recently David Yonki was named Best Blogger of the year 2015 by the publication Diamond City.
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
The LuLac Edition #3260, July 26th, 2016
AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT BERNIE, HILLARY AND THE DEMOCRATS ARE TRYING TO SAY ABOUT JOBS AND THE MIDDLE CLASS!!!!So there are some days on my way to work that I will stop off at a Supermarket and pick up a few things before I start my workday. I buy stuff that doesn't spoil like water or drinks. On my way in the door I was behind two Market employees who were discussing their jobs and hours. Here's how it went: Worker 1: How come you're full time and I'm not? Worker 2: I was lucky enough to get full time FOURTEEN years ago when they had it. I was the last one in.
People will try to blame Obama, people will try to blame Hillary, people will try to blame The Affordable Care Act. But income inequality has been going on for years. When you hear the Dems talk about a fair playing field for workers just remember two words. Fourteen years.
AT THE CONVENTION
Eddie Nielsen, Head of the Philadelphia Delegation, former city councilman & Political consultant Jamie Brazil stop by to talk to Corbett live on WILK!
An aerial shot of the convention.
(Photos: Karel Zubris)
TRUMP UNIVERSITY AND THE VET'S WIFE
TRUMP/PENCE IN SCRANTON
Doors open at Lackawanna College at noon Wednesday. The event starts at 3pm.
Location: Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, United States
Political analyst for WBRE TV's Pa. Live program and post election commentator for WBRE TV's Eyewitness News Daybreak show. Author of the book "A Radio Story/We Wish You Well In Your Future Endeavors" and "Leges Vitae" "26 Rules of Life" and the new novel, "Weather Or Knot". The blog editor also writes various news articles and columns as well as upcoming literary projects. The blog editor was a frequent guest on WYOU TV'S INTERACTIVE NEWSCASTS when political issues were discussed on the national, state and local level. Yonki was a weekly panelist on WYLN TV 35's Friday Topic A program. He also appeared on the Hazleton, PA. station on Election Night doing coverage and did special projects and stories for WYLN TV 35's 10PM Newscast "Late Edition".