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Re: “Three Pittsburgh psychics make predictions for 2016

So now we are in the new year 2017. No, Sanders did not become president. I feel it was the will of the people to elect him though. I did not see ALL of the corruption of the press and election process.

I am posting a detailed line up of the many predictions that were spot on and the few that were not for this article on my website intuitz.com.

I hope everyone is seeing the light, the process continues.

Suzanne
Intuit Now

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Posted by yintree on 01/15/2017 at 12:27 PM
Posted by Arthur Clarke Jr on 01/15/2017 at 12:43 AM
Posted by Mark on 01/14/2017 at 8:46 PM

Re: “Pittsburgh’s National Day of Action for Immigrant Rights draws a rally for local undocumented immigrant

Who were the government officials who started taking illegal immigrants in the first place....they have to get to apply now and complete documentation so the immigration can look at those illegals who had been following all lawsl in USA and may decide to retain them and those who had been a problem to deport them..ASAP....as we have an Immigration Law that has not been followed for along time. Who are supporting the illegal group activities to do all these chaos? Investigate !!!

Posted by Eloisa Lucas on 01/14/2017 at 7:26 PM

Re: “Pittsburgh’s National Day of Action for Immigrant Rights draws a rally for local undocumented immigrant

There needs to be a Class Action Lawsuit against both political parties. And the people, lobby groups and organizations aiding Illegals.
.Federal Immigration and Nationality Act
Section 8 USC 1324(a)(1)(A)(iv)(b)(iii)

"Any person who . . . encourages or induces an alien to . . . reside . . . knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that such . . . residence is . . . in violation of law, shall be punished as provided . . . for each alien in respect to whom such a violation occurs . . . fined under title 18 . . . imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both."

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Posted by Beldezar on 01/14/2017 at 12:17 PM

Re: “Westmoreland County is the home of some of the Pittsburgh area’s greatest athletes — and Mrs. Partridge

Walt Corey, Derry, PA.

Walt Corey
No. 56
Position: Linebacker
Personal information
Date of birth: May 9, 1938 (age 78)
Place of birth: Latrobe, Pennsylvania
Career information
High school: Derry Area (PA)
College: Miami (FL)
Undrafted: 1960
Career history
As player:
Dallas Texans (19601962)
Kansas City Chiefs (19631966)
As coach:
Kansas City Chiefs (LB, 19721977)
Kansas City Chiefs (DL, 19781980, 19831985)
Kansas City Chiefs (DB, 19811982)
Kansas City Chiefs (DC/LB, 1986)
Buffalo Bills (DC/LB, 19871994)
New Orleans Saints (DL, 19971999)
Memphis Maniax (DC/LB, 2000)
Career highlights and awards
2x AFL Champion, (1962, 1966)
AFL All-Star, (1963)
Career NFL statistics
Games played: 69
Interceptions: 4
Player stats at NFL.com
Walter Martin Corey (born May 9, 1938) is a former American football player and coach. He played college football for the University of Miami.

In 1960, Corey came to the American Football League's Dallas Texans as an undrafted linebacker. He went on to star for the Texans and the Kansas City Chiefs, with whom he was an AFL All-Star in 1963.

Corey later held assistant coaching positions with several teams, including the Buffalo Bills from 1987 to 1994 under head coach Marv Levy. Corey was Buffalo's defensive coordinator for Buffalo's four consecutive AFC Championship teams from 1990 to 1993. He was also the defensive line coach in New Orleans during the Mike Ditka era, from 1997 to 1999. He was defensive coordinator and linebackers coach of the Memphis Maniax of the XFL.[1][2]

Posted by David Marucco on 01/14/2017 at 11:00 AM

Re: “Pittsburgh’s National Day of Action for Immigrant Rights draws a rally for local undocumented immigrant

You speak as though compassion should take a back seat to the law. Why do you you value the one so far above the other?

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Posted by DerekParfit on 01/14/2017 at 5:40 AM

Re: “Pittsburgh’s National Day of Action for Immigrant Rights draws a rally for local undocumented immigrant

Illegals must be deported. It's the law. As for DACA, that was an unlawful mandate by Obama, and the application process was fraud-ridden. I'm pretty sure Obama hasn't heard the last of that crime.

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Posted by Danny Francel on 01/13/2017 at 9:18 PM

Re: “Tribute album honors the legacy and music of Pittsburgh’s Anne Feeney while also offsetting medical costs

Dear Ann and Amy

This is such an inspiring and uplifting story. I admire both artists and their contributions to this country. I saw Ann perform in Western Nebr. and Central Ill. She is a really an incredible talent and great lady. I remember speaking with her at both concerts--It was a great conversation. Thanks for all your great musical and social work over the years and Best wishes to you, Amy, and all your friends and family for 2017!

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Posted by Tim OConnor on 01/11/2017 at 5:21 PM

Re: “Pittsburgh’s Lyndsey Smith & Soul Distribution deliver a new EP

Lyndsey Smith & Soul Distribution's strength is defined in their live performances. They have yet to disappoint me with what they bring to the live stage. The energy that they draw from is akin to what the R&B and Soul artist ,of the 60s and 70s, would serve to their audiences through their live shows. The tight driving melody from the band supporting harmonic soulful vocals is, in my case, just what the Soul Doctor prescribed. Pittsburgh R&B

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Posted by Pittsburgh Rn B on 01/11/2017 at 1:20 PM

Re: “Opinion: If Steelers coach Joey Porter's past actions are relevant to recent arrest, then so are those of the arresting officer

Porter attacks bouncer and Cops. Wacko people attack cop for arresting Porter. Sums up this article. Video evidence is kind of hard to change.

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Posted by Jared Stasch on 01/11/2017 at 11:23 AM

Re: “Opinion: If Steelers coach Joey Porter's past actions are relevant to recent arrest, then so are those of the arresting officer

I saw it personally when a police officer outright lied to a judge about some facts, and when I said that I could prove the lie with VISUAL EVIDENCE, the judge in question denied me the chance to prove the officer's lie. In summary: THEY'RE ALL IN CAHOOTS.

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Posted by Tom on 01/11/2017 at 11:18 AM

Re: “Opinion: If Steelers coach Joey Porter's past actions are relevant to recent arrest, then so are those of the arresting officer

Porter displayed to the world his character in the playoff game against Cincinnati last year. And the Steelers showed all of their class when they gave him a game ball for his dirty actions. Not an ounce of class in this town.

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Posted by Kyle Smith on 01/11/2017 at 10:41 AM

Re: “Gab Bonesso to record her first live album

Great chat with Gab on my podcast this week!

http://www.unplannedcomedy.com/garrett-titlebaum-its-nice-to-see-hes-working/2017/1/2/episode-37-gab

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Posted by Garrett Titlebaum on 01/11/2017 at 10:13 AM

Re: “Opinion: If Steelers coach Joey Porter's past actions are relevant to recent arrest, then so are those of the arresting officer

Going back nearly ten years in an officers past is thankfully not relevant to Joey Porters defense. The evidence is. I hope Porter is innocent but attacking the arresting officers credibility shouldn't be relevant just because Joeys a Steeler.

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Posted by Steve Toney on 01/11/2017 at 4:05 AM

Re: “Opinion: If Steelers coach Joey Porter's past actions are relevant to recent arrest, then so are those of the arresting officer

As per Police Officer Abel's , prior incident, most of us were not there, when it happened, I vaguely recall the incident.

There is a very old police technique, called Buffaloing, it was used in the old days , by men such as Wyatt Eyrup they would pull the revolver from their holster, and have control of the grip, they use the bottom of the grip and swipe it, from about the ear forward, so as to subdue a violent and or out of control person, instead of shooting them!

I'am guessing here the officer was most likely carrying a Department Authorized Glock Pistol, Most likely when this off duty officer performed the Buffalo Technique, with his Glock, he generated enough energy and force, to accidently discharge his sidearm.

This past year, I observed a you-tube video made by a Firearms engineer , he had a live round in the chamber of a Glock Pistol, the Video, I believe was filmed either in Austria or Germany, he Took the Glock Model Pistol in hand, his finger was no where near the trigger and he proceeded too shake the Glock Pistol, The Pistol discharged.........

These Modern plastic Handguns are not the all Steels revolver's or Semi-Auto Handguns and are not intended to Buffalo nor Pistol whip some with.

In a Pistol whipping mode The Officer would have grabded the Glock by the front end of the slide between the muzzle and Trigger are using the butt as a hammer, when the Glock discharged he would have injured himself in that 2008 incident!

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Posted by Mark Tercsak on 01/10/2017 at 10:50 PM

Re: “Opinion: If Steelers coach Joey Porter's past actions are relevant to recent arrest, then so are those of the arresting officer

Great article. That officer should not be on the force. He's a disgrace to humanity. Should be in prison. I wish more reporters had your insight. Having said all this I'm positive the officer will continue being a scum and retire with a pension that you and I pay for.

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Posted by MandySmith on 01/10/2017 at 10:35 PM

Re: “Opinion: If Steelers coach Joey Porter's past actions are relevant to recent arrest, then so are those of the arresting officer

From my understanding of the Joey Porter case, is this in a prior incident at this club, Mr. Porter was asked to leave and not come back!
Mr. Porter should not have gone back.
Mr. Porter is a gown man, he made an unwise decision with a lack of common sense, in this decision.
From my understanding te same Security person that escorted him out the last time was working, he stated from my understanding that M. Porter was not welcome back.
From my understanding the security officer stated that on the prior occasion Mr. Porter had made a specific threat directed at this Security Officer, I was told.
The Police were summoned The Officer's prior incident has nothing to do with this incident, unlike Mr. Porters incident's.
You can not touch a Police Officer, period...... That is aggravated Assault....... In 99% of cases the officer ends up dropping the charge or the District Attorney's office or some higher authority does.......

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Posted by Mark Tercsak on 01/10/2017 at 10:03 PM

Re: “Following arrest, media lists Pittsburgh Steelers Coach Joey Porter's past legal trouble but ignore those of the arresting officer

Steve Stevens, I'd love to know who you really are. Considering your account was just created today, January 10th. Why are you so defensive? Related to the case perhaps? Let's check out that IP address...

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Posted by Alex Sporosa on 01/10/2017 at 9:41 PM

Re: “Following arrest, media lists Pittsburgh Steelers Coach Joey Porter's past legal trouble but ignore those of the arresting officer

Statement from the acting police chief supports arrest and charges; "In order to clear the air regarding conflicting reports in the media surrounding the circumstances that led to the arrest of Mr. Porter, I reviewed video available from several vantage points, including the arresting officers body-worn camera. I have concluded that the officers account of the incident is accurate and our officer conducted himself in the professional manner that is to be expected. Once the altercation began, the officer turned on his body-worn camera as soon as he was safely able. I support the actions of Officer Paul Able in this arrest.

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Posted by Steve Steves on 01/10/2017 at 6:40 PM

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