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Philly schools: state control didn’t mean more state dollars Last week, Mayor Kenney said the state is failing to uphold its end of the deal to address the school districts incessant subsidizing burdens. During an interview, Kenney said, The point of the School Reform Commission “was, well, these legislators don’t trust us spending their money,” But, he […]

Larry Krasner Wins Race For DA In Philadelphia  On Tuesday evening, Democrat Larry Krasner was declared the winner in the race for the office of Philadelphia District Attorney. The long standing defense lawyer plans to bring changes to the office in his new role as the city’s top prosecutor despite having insufficient prosecutorial experience along […]

Philly Police officer attacks critics of Rizzo statue in foul-mouthed Facebook comments On Friday, a Philadelphia police officer released an angry attack on Facebook  in response to the removal of the Frank Rizzo statue. Kristine Gillespie- Amato fired back against an African-American woman whom she called “a ghetto ___ with an education…. not” with threats […]

Brazile says she found ‘no evidence’ that Democratic primaries were rigged for Hilary Clinton Former Democratic National Committee interim chairwoman Donna Brazile said Sunday that there’s “no evidence” that the 2016 Democratic primaries were rigged for Hilary Clinton. The comments came as Brazile details the fundraising agreement in her new book, writing that it was […]

Activists disrupt poverty lesson at Philadelphia City Hall, take Councilman Curtis Jones on a city tour  On Tuesday during a poverty lesson at Philadelphia City Hall, activists disrupted Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. and convinced him to go on a tour of Philadelphia’s impoverished neighborhoods. “We don’t need simulation here,” Black Lives Matter activist said Asa […]