Pompeo and NPR: Emails show Sec. of States press officer was aware of potential questioning – The Washington Post

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6 Revelatory Moments From the Video of Trump’s Private Donor Dinner – The New York Times

HERE is a good glimpse into how the elites of this country interact and made decisions that affect us working and low-income folks. It’s on a par with Mitt Romney in 2012 talking about th “47%” of Americans wanting a “government handout.” THIS is what we’re up against.

Letter From Birmingham Jail – The Atlantic

Here is Dr. King’s classic letter defending his nonviolent protest campaign, taking on the “moderate” clergymen who wanted him to tone it down. King, whose legend was sanitized by the commercial media after his murder, was a real enemy of the state while he was alive. we’re in a situation where “moderation” isn’t always the answer, and a raving maniac is roaming the white House enabling the vicious racist elements in this country. we must pick up where King left off, and confront these evil elements, and preserve and advance our freedoms.

A Clean Slate

I just came from performing volunteer work at the Yesha Ministries Ballroom, 23rd Street and Snyder Avenue in Philadelphia, where the office of Pennsylvania State Representative Jordan Harris held a clinic around the new Clean Slate Law, sponsored by Representative Harris, whereby people who were convicted of a low-level, nonviolent misdemeanor and has stayed out of trouble for at least a decade, could ask the court to place a seal on their records; only a criminal justice agency, a state licensing agency, and the state Department of Human Services and county children and youth agencies could have access to such records. This would alleviate a person’s barrier to employment, so they can make their lives better and correct the errors they made.

Attorneys from the Barristers’ Association and Community Legal Services were on hand to guide former felons through the process, and representatives from the state Board of Pardons were there to help them apply for a pardon from the Governor. There was also information on Pennsylvania’s Real ID program, property tax and rent rebates,attaining a free credit report, and crime prevention.

This is an important issue; people who have made serious mistakes in life-and who hasn’t?-and who want to change their ways must have every opportunity to do so.

For further information about the Clean Slate program, contact the office of Pennsylvania State Representative Jordan Harris at www.pahouse.com/harris.