RSThe Republican Committee in Berks County has filed a whole boatload of petitions for election recounts in 30 districts. Missing from the inflation story was the fact that energy cost increases were a direct result of Joe Biden canceling oil lease sales and pipelines on his first day in office. Jane BatdorfGreg Howey, if Special Counsel Smith charges Trump, Trump will say it’s a lie and his supporters will believe him, end of story. Robert MinningerThe effectiveness of Joe Biden is on full display. Joe Biden has done nothing.
If God is who you all say he is, He’s a big boy and doesn’t need you to defend him. KCSeems like right-leaning Sound Offers are repeatedly exposing (and striking the nerves of) leftist hypocrite Sound Off sheeple. Patriot54Honest question — why are Joe Biden and Biden voters, Sound Off’s looney leftist liberals, and the entire Democrat Party, so violently opposed to making America great again? It looks like Billy G wants to be the guy that reports Black crime on Sound Off. Publication of Sound Off submissions is at the sole discretion of the editor.3 months ago The Mercury
It’s been an honor and a privilege to have Tom Wolf as governor of the great state of Pennsylvania. LeftyVegas oddsmakers now have Joe Biden as a 3-1 favorite for being in an orange jumpsuit before Donald Trump. Patriot54One of the lies about the way Joe Biden and President Trump handled classified documents is that Biden “cooperated” with the DOJ. From his time as vice president, Joe Biden had top-secret documents for 6 long years. Emily LThere are many folks out there who believe in “science.” Science is their religion Science cannot be disputed.9 days ago The Mercury
FelixThere is one thing that is guaranteed and that is that gas is going up after this election. They are good at being arrogant and dismissive but don’t ask them anything substantive; you’ll be in for a long wait! What more do the people need to see from this president to realize he is trying to ruin this country? Publication of Sound Off submissions is at the sole discretion of the editor. You must use “Sound Off” in the subject line of the email.3 months ago The Mercury
10 seed Rams prevailed on penalty kicks in a District 1-4A playoff game Tuesday night to advance to the second round. SF goalie PJ Pozniak had a PK save in the second round of kicks. 4 West Chester East on Thursday. 12 Central Bucks West in the first round of the District 1 Class 4A tournament and will head to No. 6 West Chester East Thursday at 6 p.m.3 months ago The Mercury
No, nowhere close to the depths of disappointment the last time the teams met, but for the Miami Heat the sting was significant. For the Heat, there were 25 points from Tyler Herro, 19 from Adebayo, 18 from Jimmy Butler, 17 from Lowry and 17 from Gabe Vincent. The Celtics later went up 14 in the final period, before the Heat closed within 100-95 on a Butler dunk with 4:12 remaining. But four straight Celtics points followed to mute the Heat rally. And then: When Dedmon also was called for a second foul in the first quarter, it led to Haywood Highsmith entering as the de facto Heat center.3 months ago The Mercury News
Joan Madsen was integral to hers, having hosted thousands of children every year at her namesake pumpkin patch outside of Livermore. Many were devastated when the 82-year-old died earlier this year, especially her daughter Annie and son Dave, who have been tasked with carrying on their mother’s work at Joan’s Farm and Pumpkin Patch. Many feared the pumpkin patch wouldn’t open this fall, but on Oct. 1, Annie and Dave opened the doors for the 32nd time. There’s usually about 200 little pumpkins in a bin or 12 big ones. “And it all started as just a little pumpkin patch under an oak tree.”Livermore resident Merry Carter couldn’t count the number of pumpkins her family has bought at the patch.3 months ago The Mercury News
Los Gatos resident Jeanette Blacy, a third-generation jeweler and certified gemologist, is celebrating 20 years of doing business in Old Town. My parents moved to Los Gatos in 1960, and my mom managed a jewelry store in Cupertino. I’ve been in the biz ever since; I suppose you could say it’s in my DNA.”Growing up in Los Gatos, Blacy and her twin sister Janet had relatives in Placerville who they loved to visit. We would make jewelry and sell it to the hippie jeweler in Old Town. We would sell the pieces for $5 or $10 and then go to the Wine Cellar to drink coke and eat French bread.3 months ago The Mercury News