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LAKE ELSINORE RESIDENT February 03, 2014 at 12:42 PM
People all over the Patch are forwarding this guys post to the IRS, like me they must believe thisRead Morei s the guys job and is he reporting taxes? Do a Web search "please consider helping" and "please consider helping update" and more. On some of his post he talks about getting a $4,000.oo donation from one person He also changes his name on his post frequently... If you suspect something is a scam contact the FBI and ask them?
Frank Sowa January 17, 2014 at 12:17 PM
This is the same "hype" coming out of the "do nothing" Congress since 2010.Read MoreRoth fus should be truthful instead of blaming it on the Senate and Reid. One-third of those 162 bills "that are [supposedly] gathering dust in the Senate" were for the Repeal of Obamacare. The rest, less 36 bills, were to repeal things like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, Food Stamps, and/or to put money into the Keystone Pipeline, increase tax breaks for the one-percent and the oil companies/coal companies/pharmaceuticals/defense (the House believes we need more Abrams tanks - DoD and Pentagon says we have too many already; the House is fighting to keep military bases - DoD/Pentagon are saying shut down), House killed government-subsidized infrastructure and construction programs, and/or shut down health clinics and took away programs from women and food programs for the hungry and children. So, once you eliminate all that political junk -- there are/were 36 bills that the Senate appears to be "sitting on." That's a big difference in perspective, and even a bigger propaganda approach to cover the real reasons there are failures in Congress. Houspe politicians IMHO need to get away from being lawyers and/or acting like school children and bullies -- and go back to being statesmen and good "stewards" on a mission to help the poor and troubled -- not just the rich and powerful. Can Keith Rothfus even do this??
Northhillsnative January 03, 2014 at 09:47 AM
FirstTrust's market area is the eastern part of the state - how is this helpful to North HillsRead Morestude nts or any students in the Pgh area? It seems that ever since the Patch let go the local reporters all we get is news not relevant to the North Hills.