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New & Used Guns

Clothing

Quinby’s Gun & Sport

Route 313 & Applebutter Rd.

Dublin, Pa.

(215) 249-1144

Food Service Equipment

Specialists

For Service,

Call 800-287-7057


For Parts,

Call 717-548-7061


Parts Orders Online:

www.apiservicescorp.com

All Homemade Ingredients, Including

Tomato Sauce

& Soup

– Pizza  

– Steaks  

– Hoagies

– Strombolis 

– Wraps 

– Pasta

PLUMSTEAD

SHOPPING CENTER

5780 Easton Road

Plumsteadville, PA 18949

(215) 766-0210

Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m.-midnight

Sunday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

We also

do catering!

Vanderlely’s Auto Repair

Pennsylvania Inspection & Emissions

   – Included in all automotive repairs, a complimentary 30-point courtesy check on each vehicle brought to our shop.

    – Complimentary courtesy car for automotive repair customers.

    – Specializing in differentials.

4460 S. Park Road

(off Rte. 611)

Ottsville, Pa. 18942

Scott Vanderlely,

owner-operator

HOURS

Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Sat., by appointment

SINCE 1993

QUALITY USED HONDAS FOR SALE!

The best used Honda sedans in the region.

New selection every week. Take a test drive.

(610) 847-1090

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April / May 2016 | 24 pages

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   Here is a summary of the top stories that appear in  the April / May 2016 edition of Bucks County Citizen, now available at selected outlets, including the Doylestown Bookshop in Doylestown, Pa. Click the above Print-out Order Form for ordering instructions:


Trump dominates early voting

    Although Donald Trump grabbed the inside rail for the Republican presidential nomination in early March, the highly-competitive contest is far from
over and is already bringing a record number of voters to the polls across the nation. Trump won 12 of the first 19 states or regions to vote, but right behind him is Sen. Ted Cruz, who has been surging in recent weeks. Delegates will continue to be chosen through June for the July 18-21 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Pennsylvania delegates will be chosen April 26 while New Jersey’s primary is June 7.


U.S. wasteful spending hits $2.98 trillion

  Before Barack Obama moved into the White House, he promised to cut the nation’s debt of $10.6
trillion in half by the end of his first term, if elected. Obama scoffed at America’s indebtedness in 2008 and called President George W. Bush “unpatriotic” for allowing so much debt. For the record, America’s national debt – under President Barack Obama – reached a record $19.01 trillion on Feb. 1, 2016. In addition, an ongoing investigation of Bucks County Citizen has uncovered a total of $2.98 trillion in wasteful, careless and fraudulent spending.


Little Sisters of the Poor eye Supreme Court

    Religious organizations who object to the Affordable Care Act’s healthcare mandate for violating their right to the free exercise of religion are
expected to hear the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the issue by the end of June. Last November, the High Court said it would consider seven cases challenging the Affordable Care Act’s mandate involving contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs. Among the plaintiffs include the Little Sisters of the Poor, an international Roman Catholic order founded in 1839 that operates nursing homes for the elderly needy in 31 countries, including 30 facilities in the U.S.


Sharp division over resettlement of refugees

   There is a sharp division among lawmakers over President Barack Obama’s plans to relocate from 85,000 to 200,000 refugees, including 10,000 from Syria, to the United States during 2016. What’s more, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R., Ala.), chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration, said the Obama administration’s admissions plan calls for an additional 700,000 refugees from Muslim countries during the next five years. “Regardless of one’s views of the best policy, it cannot be disputed that Congress must reassert control over our immigration system,” Sessions said in a letter to his colleagues.


    – From the Publisher. Columnist Eddie Olsen

discusses the controversy surrounding the candidacy of Donald John Trump as president of the United States, and the outside groups and agitators attempting to disrupt his campaign. 


    – “We the People ...” Columnist and Executive Editor Connie Olsen says after nearly eight years of President Barack Obama – the worst U.S. president in history – it’s time to stop illegal immigration, enforce the nation’s laws and take America back.


    – The American Patriot Quiz. Ten questions to test and enhance your knowledge of America.

One current example: “A college English professor wrote what song after visiting Pikes Peak Mountain in Colorado? (a) Oh, What a Beautiful Morning, (b) To Come to America, (c) Land of My Fathers, (d) America the Beautiful.” The answer is in the April / May 2016 issue of Bucks County Citizen along with nine other patriotic questions and answers.

 

There’s still time

to impeach Obama!

    President Barack Hussein Obama has less than a year to serve during his final term in office, but there is still time for Congress to file impeachment charges against him.

    The problem is Congress doesn’t have much of an incentive to take action. It’s not a subject being promoted by the Republican Establishment or the media. The general  public isn’t demanding impeachment – at the moment. Still, political fortunes can change dramatically overnight, especially since the presidential debates have turned into a tempestuous donnybrook.

    In its April/May 2016 edition, Bucks County Citizen examines reasons why Obama should be impeached as well the allegations or reasons why he must be removed from office. You may order this special edition or subscribe by selecting the print-out order form at the top of this page.

Barack Obama in his final months as the 44th president.

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