The head of the John Birch Society, John McManus says the United States is slowly losing its identity, piece by piece to the United Nations. McManus says, he’s not trying to be an isolationist.
“What I am is a non-interventionist, with your son, your daughter and your wallet. If I say it that way, a lot of people will say, oh yeah that’s what I’m for. I don’t want to see my son or my daughter going off to a foreign war somewhere where they’re not even permitted to win.”
McManus says, the U-N is delving out too many orders to the U-S. McManus will be at the Towamencin Township Firehouse Wednesday night at 7:30 to discuss the issue. McManus was a guest this morning on the AM-Edition with Darryl Berger
Pollster Dr. Terry Madonna is out with a new Franklin and Marshall Poll indicating weak support for Governor Corbett. It indicates only 25 percent think he’s doing an excellent or good job.
“He Angered, beyond furious, the supporters of legendary football coach Joe Paterno.”
Madonna says, many people feel Corbett Should not have accepted, then rejected the Freeh Report. Others think Corbett should have charged Sandusky sooner while serving as Attorney General. Madonna was aguest on the WNPV Program, Comment Please By Univest with Darryl Berger Wednesday afternoon.
Montgomery County Commissioner, Bruce Castor has decided not to make a gubernatorial run. Despite poor approval ratings for Governor Tom Corbett, a seemingly ripe time for Castor to challenge for the top political job in the state, he says, the demands on his time as a commissioner, lawyer and finding time for family led him to the decision. Castor also says, with strong party support for Corbett, the task would be overwhelming.
Human trafficking and the impact it has on its victims is the subject of legislation. State Repn Daylin Leach has crafted bill 915, also known as the “Safe Harbor” bill. Leach says, young girls forced into prostitution need help.
“They deserve protection of the Child Welfare System, not to be re-victimized by incarceration in the juvenile justice system.”
Leach adds, over the last 18 years 12-hundred to 16-hundred children have been arrested per year on prostitution crimes.