Last summer, after Trump complained about unfair CNN commentary, Lord got the call. Now, in addition to "a good contract" with CNN, he's contributing editor for the American Spectator and has a book out, by Regnery Publishing, the self-proclaimed "leader in conservative books." Like Trump, Lord's offered up some far-out stuff.
He's compared President Obama to Chairman Mao, called for Obama's impeachment, and suggested Trump's initial refusal (later reversed) to denounce the KKK was like Obama's not quickly disowning his former pastor, the Rev.
And he has: on the wall, Mexicans, Muslims, Carly Fiorina's face. The answer to the first is, what, you never watch cable TV news? Ed Rendell, former Trump campaign chief Corey Lewandowski. Lord did some writing, then moved home to care for aging parents in Camp Hill, outside Harrisburg, where he still lives with his 97-year-old mother.
House Bill 414, a bill that requires county judges to screen parties to any child custody hearings for past findings of child abuse, and to take those histories into consideration in any decisions.
In all the General Assembly has now sent eight bills to Gov.
But Monday's bill is the centerpiece."We’ve been living for too long in a state where children were suffering broken bones, lacerations and burns, and we said: ‘This wasn’t an act of child abuse,’” said Cathleen Palm, a founder of The Center for Children and Justice.“These changes are really about getting sooner to the aid of children who are experiencing some level of physical injury.”Other bills approved Monday include: House Bill 321, which upgrades the crimes related to child pornography, and requires a sentencing enhancement for those possessing, distributing or producing child pornography.
The task force on child protection had noted that at present, sentences for child pornography ranged too widely across the state, sometimes ranging as low as probation, which members felt was not appropriate.
(AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)Today's key vote was passage of House Bill 726, a bill that rewrites and expands the legal definitions of child abuse.
Supporters hope the changes will give county caseworkers and police tools to intervene more quickly in more cases, with the effect of extending help to families who need it and, where appropriate, stopping abusers before kids are hurt or killed.
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The state House of Representatives quickly passed three additional bills Monday in a growing child protection package that supporters say will stand as one of the crowning achievements of the 2013-14 legislative session. 9, 2012 file photo, former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, center, is taken from the Centre County Courthouse by Centre County Sheriff Denny Nau, left, and a deputy, after being sentenced in Bellefonte, Pa.
Child advocates made some concessions in negotiations this fall, in the interest of maximizing support for the definitions rewrite.
For example, Palm noted driving drunk with child passengers in the car, or dealing illegal drugs with a child present were dropped from the final language as automatic child abuse indicators.
Neither subject ever fails to provide him with stories of policies and politicians walking on or skirting by paths to perdition. First, why is a news network paying somebody to do what campaigns and candidates already pay somebody to do? John Heinz, the late Drew Lewis - who ran Ronald Reagan's Pennsylvania reelection campaign - which led to a job in Reagan's White House as associate political director (1985 to 1988).