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i i:: : ' " )', ITALIAN-AMERICAN VOICE OF MASSACHUSETTS (Formerly LA GAZZETTA del MASSACHUSETTS) VOL. 116 - NO. 23 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, JUNE 8, 2012 $.30 A COPY DAY JUNE14, 2012 I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, With Liberty and Justice for all. Events for the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 Highlights Include Ship Visitations and a Blue Angels Aerial Demonstration During U. S.S. Constitution's Fourth of July Turnaround L-R: RDML Dan Abel, Coast Guard; Deputy Supt: Celeste Bernardo, National Park Service; CDR Matthew Bonner, U.S.S. Constitution; Executive Director Ann Rand, U.S.S. Constitution Museum; LG Tim Murray; Mayor Menino; Executive Director, Susan Park, Boston Harborfest and Executive Director Chris O'Brien, OpSail Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Lieutenant Governor Timothy Murray joined with represeritatives from the" Navy, Coast Guard, National Park Service, Boston Harborfest and OpSail to an- nounce events and activities planned for the Navy's cel- ebration of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812. "Boston takes great pride in both its maritime history and being the home of U.S.S. Constitution," said Mayor Menino. "Our city is home to one of the best Fourth of July clebratlons in the country and the visitation of these ships will be a terrific addi- tion to Boston Harborfest, as well as a fitting way to com- memorate the War of 1812." In just a few weeks, the U.S. Navy will again join forces with the Coast Guard, Coalition navies, OpSail and Harborfest to celebrate the rich legacy and continuing contributions of our sea ser- vices with Boston Navy Week," said RDML Gregory M. Nosal, Commander, Car- rier Strike Group Two. "The fact that we're also celebrat- ing the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 in the birthplace of U.S.S. Constitution is an added bonus• On behalf of the Navy, I hope the residents of (Continued on Page 14) by Sal Giarratani " I I Outing a Navy Seal for a Movie? I New documents obtained by a watchdog group show that our commander-in-chief (or is that community organizer-in-chief) gave the name of Navy Seal Team 6 commander to the makers of a movie about the demise of Osama bin Laden• These documents obtained by Judicial Watch ) reveal not only did the Obama White House do an end-zone dance after the Navy Seals took bin ' Laden out at Club Pakistan, but also allegedly exposed our playbook and the name of the SEAL commander• Disclosing the name of the commander under any circumstances and offering his services as reportedly a consultant is unconscionable. Ac- cording to a July 14, 2011 meeting transcript, the Department of Defense provided the two film- makers of this Sony-produced movie with the identity of a "planner SEAL Team 6 Operator and- [ Commander." As an opine in Investors' Business Daily stated on May 25, "So what fate should befall Com- mander in Chief Obama, the former community (Continued on Page 15) Mayor Menino Kicks-off Fitness on the Plaza Free Boot Camp and Yoga Classes Offered All Summer Long Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Ex- ecutive Director of the Bos- ton Public Health Commis- sion, joined several partners to celebrate the start of Fit- ness on the Plaza, a series of weekly summer fitness classes that are free and open to the public as part of the recently launched Bos- ton Moves for Health cam- paign. The rainy weather didn't deter a crowd from coming out to enjoy introduc- tory classes put on by in- structors from Beantown Bootcamp and Health Yoga Life. South Boston Yoga and • The Sports Club/LA are cur- rently the other partners taking part in Fitness on the Plaza. The workout sessions that followed a short • speak- ing program offered guests a taste of the full length classes- that officially kicked off ozt Wednesday, June 6, with a "Summer is right around the comer and it's one of the best times for people to get out and get active in our city," Mayo'r Menino said. "The classes that we're of- fering every week on City Hall Plaza are a great way to on the right foot. Whether you're pumping up with boot camp or unwinding with yoga, we want to give every- one a chance to get moving this summer." Fitness on the Plaza is the latest exciting program to morning yoga class spon- get your exercise in before .................. , ........................................ sored by Health Yoga Life. work and start your day off (Continued on Page 14)