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Eastie against women wearing the-table earnings back to loses host corn- burkas in public places. The their countries and enjoy /  ,   munity status. Gaming Com- mission rules against Bos- ton, but added they do have surrounding community sta- tus. Appointed by Governor Patrick, Massachusetts Gam- ing Commission Chair, Stephen Crosby withdrew from the voting process in- volving the casino because of conflict of interest. We have to wait till September to see which city, Everett or Revere will be awarded the gaming license. My bet is on Revere! ... It's absurd to argue whether the Holo- caust was real or a hoax. School administrators in Los Angeles are trying to cast doubt in the minds of 8 th graders at the Rialto United School District run by federal assistance. (Another Obama bomb). If this coun- try doesn't put a stop to the ranting of anti-Semitic lunatics, in 100 years they'll be arguing whether there was a 9/11, slavery in Amer- ica, teri-orists, and whether the Boston Marathon Bomb- ing happened ... Another landmark business in Cen- tral Square bites the dust. Sonny Noto's, formerly San- toro's Subs (same family) doing business since the early Fifties sold to a Latino restaurant, leaving East Boston for another location in Wakefield ... Are Saudi women being forced to cover themselves while living or visiting America, or do they cover up of their own free will? When are Americans fear is, the public can't be sure if they're women or men, if a person can't be seen and identified, they should be banned from pub- lic areas, and malls espe- cially with all the threats of terrorist attacks. Hello, you're in America. We want to see what you look like. Heard the Brits, and French' are working on trying to impose laws to discourage burka wearers in their countries ... It's easier for people born outside of the United States to get permits to open businesses in Bos- ton than natural born citi- zens of the United States, laments a former East Bos- ton businessman who was forced to close his doors due to all the red tape he was forced to go through in order to expand. The business- man who asked his name be withheld added, "Americans do not support each other in business, at least not in East Boston. While other nation- alities form groups and fight together to get things done, Americans are apathetic to their fellow countrymen." ... It's a shame that Disabled Veterans have to hold signs at busy intersections ask- ing for donations. What hap- pened? Why aren't these veterans getting the same benefits newcomers that invested zero time and money in this country are getting. It's a travesty of jus- tice that people with no interest in America are able to reap the fruits of others the good life here with social benefits! ... Heard a Whole Food Market is replacing Market Basket at North Gate Shopping Center ... Some residents living around the former Johnnie's Food Master in West Revere are already contemplating moving be- cause a Harley Davis Motor- cycle Showroom will be opening soon taking over that building. It's going to get pretty noisy with Bikie's rev- ving up their motorcycles, and heard Harley Davis holds parties for their cus- tomers from time to time ... Media and talk show hosts are having a field day with Donald Sterling. Let's get down to the facts, many people are a bit racist, and considering he's a man is in his eighties and brought up in a different era, what he said wasn't all that bad. Mr. Sterling may also be senile. But, the media, Hol- lywood and Obama want to make a big deal out of it. In reality everyone has made a racist remark at one time or another. Whites, Blacks, His- panics and other ethnicities are all guilty. Leave Mr. Ster- ling alone. It was wrong for the NBA to ban him, I'm sure lots of charities have accepted large donations from Mr. Sterling over the years. Is this still America? The land of freedom of speech! Until Mr. Obama became president and his liberal looney friends in (Continued on Page 12) Don Orione Holds Luau Party All that Was Missing was Jack Lord by Sal Giarratani Tuesday evening last week, in honor of National Nursing Home Week, Don Orione Home hosted a Luau Party with live enter- tainment by Smokin' Joe "at the microphone entertaining the large crowd in the party room. This year's theme was "Living the Aloha Spirit." Folks were encouraged to wear Hawaiian garb and most did. The place looked straight out of an episode of Hawaii Five-O. Luau Night will return again, so next year, you better book this night with Danno. Great job once again by Andrea Cali and the staff at Don Orione for a great evening of fun Hawaiian style. Smokin' Joe singing with Glgl Elabbar, Don Orione staff. Jim Feeley and Andrea Call getting into Mike Celona, Madlyn Riley and Nancy the Hawaiian spirit. Celona, all from Orient Heights.