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I Page 8 POST-GAZETTE, JULY 11,2014 News Briefs (Continued from Page I) Emanuel Strano, 96, of Charlestown, formerly of the North End, enjoys spending the day with five generations of his family. L-R: Great-granddaughter Justine Berman, Grand-daughter Michele Yandle, Daughter Frances Fitzgerald and on his lap is the newest addition to the family Great-great-granddaughter Lulette Berman. However, in the speech, if you fact~:~check his facts, most of them below on the SyFy Channel or stored some- where inside Area 51. We are not better by any stretch of the imagination. He's Going to do Stuff The President keeps say- ing that the Republican House is standing in the way of needed progress and the leaders of this party must start governing or he will have to do stuff himself. He's been doing lots of stuff lately through executive orders. Apparently, why let the U.S. Constitution get in his way when he can just do stuff with his pen or on the phone. The Brown Shirts are in San Antonio as We Speak Right now, Lackland Air Force Base is being used to house undocumented folks including thousands of young people sent by their Central American parents to live in America. At the moment thanks to the more than 52,000 children arriv- ing at our doorstep since last October, our borders might as well be wide open. Mean- while, the feds are holding them in these camps down in the southwest before be- ing sent off on Greyhound buses and planes for new homes across America. Up here in Massachusetts they are being sent to places like Lynn and Chelsea. The Mayor of Springfield got so fed up with the arrival of so many undocumented immi- grants coming to his city that he told the federal government, to stop sending anymore there. Of course all the moonbat liberals and progressives attacked the mayor for being mean to poor children. Kudos to the citizens of San Diego who took a step for America by block- ing buses filled with undocu- mented children who are being dumped onto commu- nities across their state and the country. Back home, I don't see busloads of undocumented children being dumped into Wellesley, Newton or Wayland, but rather into places like "All-American City" Chelsea. Like they need more illegals in that community. By the way and I kid you not, the private security contractors at Lackland outside San Antonio call themselves "Brown Shirts." Apparently, liberals and progressives like the idea of becoming Mussolini Fas- cists. In this case, the color of tyranny appears to be found in those brown shirts. Good Country America if You Don't Come from it We have a president in the White House joined by pro-gressives in the Demo- cratic Senate each trying to outdo the other in how much we can give the unfortunate undocumented. This income redistribution will turn Amer- ica into a third world nation. Our founding fathers warned about unfettered centralized government and mob rule and that seems to be our present and future. WORKOUT CLASSES: Running through August 23rd. Free fitness classes in Norman B. Leventhal Park in Post Office Square downtown. You can head outside for free yoga, Zumba, Pilates, and bootcamp this summer. Two classes a day will be offered (one in the morning and one in the early evening) SUMMER FITNESS EVENTS Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. There will be morning classes only on Thursdays and Fridays. YOGA AT BOSTON COM- MON FROG POND: A vibrant group of instructors leads power vinyasa flow for stu- dents of all levels. This style of yoga provides a space for all to challenge themselves, release stress, expand en- ergy, and tap into the beauty of trees, grass, and water found at Boston's most his- toric park. Bring your mat and positive energy every week. FREE Yoga meets every Thursday evening at the Boston Common parade ground behind the Frog Pond Carousel. Each session be- gins at 6:00 pm and lasts for an hour. MOVE SWEAT LOVE CARDIO PILATES last one! September 16 ! For the rest of the summer {duly-August), we are taking our FREE Cardio Pilates Bootcamp out- side! Grab your pilates mat and let's continue to Turn Up The Beat on Monday nights! All will lead you through her signature Cardio Pilates fu- sion class while special guest DJ Joey D'Agostino will spin live beats to keep you ener- gized & motivated! The class is a fusion of cardio drills, pilates, and innovative core exercises designed to chal- lenge, strengthen, & tone your whole body. RECEIVE AN EXTRA O2SX APY ON THE ABOVE IMTE OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH DIRECT n( anover open your www.bankeagle.com I 800-BANK-EAGLE (1) Annual Percentage Yield is accurate as of 7/8/14. Accounts must be opened at the North End branch only. New money only. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Rates may vary and are subject to change without notice. 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