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PAGE 14 POST-GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 20, 2015 News Brief (Continued from Page 1) applied to West Point, which tween classes, nor between po- means he was never accepted litical parties either -- but right or turned it down. He never ap- through every human heart -- plied and that is not the same and through all human hearts." thing, is it? Trust President Obama? He wasn't lying in his life story If you like your doctor, you Gifted Hands, but he certainly can keep your doctor. implied something that didn't Trust me. take place. His description cer- President Assad of Syria must tainly was misleading and even go. now he says it wasn't mislead- Trust me. ing. While he didn't lie, he cer- Benghazi was caused by an tainly misled readers about the offensive anti-Muslim video. circumstances around not go- Trust me. ing to West Point. It isn't really This Iran nuke deal doesn't a big deal, and the liberal media pave the way to a nuclear Iran is over-blowing it all. However, that threatens America. politicians should never exag- W'l~re is Your Safe Space? gerate their history because all College students across the should know the truth will find country are in a tizzy over not its way to the surface, having their "safe space," as ff I never heard a presidential there is any such place. In Mis- candidate working hard to show souri, students are afraid to see the American voter what a punk others in Halloween costumes, he was as a kid. The media is so ban Halloween. Lest anyone now looking for proof of his being get upset, huh? a bad boy and is unsuccessful Safe spaces exist in Mr. Roger's to date. Usually, it is the other Neighborhood of make-believe, way around in a normal political but not in the real world. Hasn't cycle, but there is nothing nor- Paris once again proved that mal about today's politics, explicitly? Have You Watched The Laws are not subjected to Latest Planned Parenthood mob rule. You don't rule or win Video Number 11? arguments by having the loud- This latest, like all that came est voices or most supporters. before it, shows a blatant dis- You want a safe space, go into regard for human life. Making your room, close the curtains jokes about body parts and and lock the door and then that talking about fetal tissue like isn't even a guaranteed safe a package of pork chops in the space, is it? supermarket freezer is grossly End Quote inhuman and a Nazi-like dis- "Don't hardly like quitters, regard for all human life. As son." the great Russian novelist and -- Billboard on Southeast Nobel Prize-winner Alexander Expressway in Dorchester Solzhenitsyn stated, "The line showing an image of cowboy separating good and evil passes legend John Wayne with that not through states, nor be- message to passing drivers. Horror (Continued from Page 1) Jihadi John who liked doing States. But rather than the beheadings, as if there are no 10,000 number Obama is float- more Jihadi Johns out there ing, he thinks 65,000 is a better ready to step up to the batter's number. Hillary Clinton sup- box or the executioner's box. ports the 65,000 number, too. Back during 2012, Demo- U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano crats loved saying that Osama reportedly thinks Somerville bin Laden was dead. Nothing needs some refugees and U.S. has changed except things are Rep. Joe Kennedy Ill seemingly worse with even more resolve desires refugees in his House from our enemies. District, too. Kudos to Jeb Bush who made The only one who seems to a valid point needed, saying have any common sense is "This is a war being created by U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch, who Islamic terrorists. It's not alaw reportedly backs Governor enforcement operation and the Baker's position against mindset that in our country at Obama's Syrian refugee policy. least needs to change to recog- I pray for peace, but recognize nize it for what it is. This is an we have an enemy who terror- organized effort to destroy West- izes the world in the name of ern civilization. And we need to a twisted version of religious lead in this regard, we need to fanaticism. re-garner the alliances, fortify How do you defeat such an those alliances, reconnect with ugly idea that leads people to our counterintelligence, and kill innocent men, women and intelligence capabilities with children in a holy cause? The our European allies and engage Islamic State isn't a piece of in the Middle East to take out territory as President Obama ISIS, which is more likely to be wants to believe, it is an idea the wellspring of this type of that must be answered with a activity. If it's not them, there better idea. are othe~ terrorist groups. This It is easier to defeat an enemy is the war of our time and we state because you know its loca- have to be serious in engaging tion. The war that Jeb Bush un- and creating a strategy to con- derstands that we are fighting is front it and take it out." much more difficult to fight, but Last Saturday, I watched the if we don't fight, our civilization Democratic debate for less than crumbles before eyes. five minutes and all three can- Sadly, I have greater.faith in didates were mumbling about European leaders such as in amnesty without borders for all. France who know doing nothing We have a president and Sec- is not an option. I hope there is retary of State John Kerry who a collective resolve worldwide. actually believe that climate I hope America leads this re- change is the greatest threat solve. This is a fight between facing the world today, two different moral universes Now this week, Jeff Kuhner and there can only be one reported that US Rep. Edward winner. Markey supports President The world must resolve to Obama's call to take in Syrian restore peace and fight the evil migrants here in the United that is roaming the world today. This time, Brady had the ball and the time to work with. This time, Giant circus catches were not enough. This time it was the Giants that committed cataclys- mic miscues. This time, just when it looked as though the football gods were once again clad in Giants blue, luck turned. In what will go down as an instant classic, the New England Patriots took down the New York Giants 27-26. Ok, I know many will find this as overdramatizing a mid-season win, but didn't it feel greatly more than just that? That feeling existed even before Patriots placekicker Stephen Gostkowski hit a 54-yard field goal to give the Patriots a 27-26 lead with one second to play in the game. The game began with a me- thodical opening drive by Tom Brady and the Patriots offense. LEGAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Middlesex Probate and Family Court 208 Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA 02141 (617) 768-5800 Docket No. MI15P6065EA Estate of VIRGINIA WESTGATE Also Known As VIRGINIA C. WESTGATE, VIRGINIA C. CANCELLIERE, VIRGINIA MAIO WESTGATE Date of Death September 27, 2015 CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION To all interested persons: A Petition for Formal Probate of Will with Appointment of Personal Representa- tive has been filed by Linda MacArthur of Winchester, MA and Regina C. Casey of Hinghem, MA requesting that the Court enter a formal Decree and Order and for such other relief as requested in the Petition. The Petitioner requests that Undo MacAr- thur of Winchester, MA and Regina C. Casey of Hingham, MA be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve With- out Surety on the bond in an unsupervised administration. IMPORTANT NOTICE You have the right to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Petitioner or at the Court. You have a right to object to this proceeding. To do so, you or your attorney must file a written appeamnco and objection at this Court before 10:00 a.m. on the return day of December 8, 2015. This is NOT a hearing date, but a dead- line by which you must file a written ap- pearance and objection ff you object to this proceeding. If you fail to file a timely written appearance and objection followed by an affidavit of objections within thirty (30) days of the return day, action may he taken with- out further notice to you. UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION UNDER THE MASSACHUSL='I'rS UNIFORM PROBATE CODE (MUPC) A Personal Representative appointed under.the MUPC in an unsupervised admin- istration is not required to file an inventory or annual accounts with the Court. Persons interested in the estate am entitled to notice regarding the administration directly from the Personal Representative and may peti- tion the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including the distribution of assets and expenses of administration. WITNESS, HON. EDWARD F. DONNELLY, JR., First Justice of this Court. Date: November 10, 2015 Tara E. DeCristofaro, Register of Probate Run date: 11/20/15 with Christian A. Guarino One GIANT Point Draining 8:20 of the first quarter clock, Brady surgically dissected the Giants defense in 14 plays covering 80-yards capped by a one yard toss to tight end Scott Chandler. The opening series had Pa- triots fans thinking this game would be a cakewalk. But these were the Giants. It took Eli Manning just two plays to draw level as on second down, he found Odell Beckham, Jr., streaming down the right sideline. The pass came a yard ahead of Beckham, who out maneuvered cornerback Mal- colm Butler to snag it and then evaded Safety Devin McCourty before racing to an 87-yard fin- ish. The play was the longest pass completion versus a Bill Belichick defense. EVER. With the score even at 7 apiece, the Patriots suffered a major set- back when wide receiver Julian Edelman went down with a foot injury. More on this later. After exchanging field goals, the Giants took a 17-10 halffime lead when Manning led a 7-play, 74-yard drive in just under a minute. In the third, the Giants would add a field goal to extend their lead to 10 points, the largest deficit the Patriots had faced all season. The Patriots offense was sput- tering, mainly due to the play of its' offensive line which was cracking under a surprisingly resurgent Giants pass-rush. But just when all seemed lost, wide receiver Danny Amendola breathed life into the Patriots, with his 82-yard runback of a Brad Wing punt. The runback would have gone for points had teammate Duron Harmon not halted Amendola by inadver- tently knocking him down at the 7-yard line. Harmon managed to accomplish what 11 Giant players could not do. Four plays later, a one-yard touchdown leap by LeGarette Blount ensured that Harmon would not wear goat horns. Following a Giants field goal by Kicker Josh Brown, who was 4-for-4 on his attempts Sunday afternoon, Brady found tight end Rob Gronkowskl for a 76-yard touchdown giving the Patriots a one-point lead at 24-23. But there was still 11:33 on the fourth quarter clock. His- tory has proven that whenever these two teams meet up, view- ers are in for a wild finish. With a chance to put the game away at the Giants five-yard line, Brady made a monumen- tal mistake by forcing the ball in coverage to Brandon LaFell. Corner Trumaine McBride in- tercepted the pass and what happened next was the stuff of football greatness. As expected, Manning led the Giants on what appeared to be a game winning drive. In 15-plays, the Giants offense drove 86-yards capped by a Beckham touchdown for a 30- 24 lead. Uh, that's how games in this rivalry went the past three times, but not this time. Not in this meeting. Super Bowl hero Malcolm Butler swiped at the ball at the last second knocking it out of Beckham's hands. Beckham acknowledged his part in the Giants loss. "That's on me; I've got to catch that ball." The Giants would have to settle for a field goal and a 26-24 lead, and also leave Tom Brady with over a minute and a half to bring his team back. Overcoming a fourth and 10 and aided by a boneheaded dropped interception by Giants safety Landon Collins, Brady got the Patriots in range for a 54-yard field goal by Gostkowski. In crunch time, Brady and Gost- kowski did what they always do. "We needed to finish the game. This time, the other guy finished the game." said Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin. The win came at a price, as the Edelman foot injury was revealed to be a broken bone. Edelman had surgery on Mon- day and will be sidelined at least six weeks, meaning he may return for the playoffs. "We've got to find different ways," said Brady on the sta- tus of Julian Edelman. "Guys stepped up when Julian got hurt. We're down a bunch of tackles and guys are playing out of their usual positions. I think we just keep grinding our way through it. You've got to find different ways to win." Edelman took to social media following surgery with a promis- ing message to Patriots fans. Julian Edelman @ Edelman 11 Tough times don't last, #gopats 6:37 PM - 16 Nov 2015 tough people do. 5,218 qP 8 351 ;:J