Tag Archives: Jane Braunlich

Braunlich Campaigns = Bully Them Into Submission

Most of Bellevue has the intellectual capacity to realize that when it comes to local politics, it’s not ideological or even party differences that matter, it’s whether or not people can be trusted to work together towards the betterment of the community. If there’s one thing Liberty in Bellevue has demonstrated throughout our existence, it’s […]

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Despicable Local Media Coverage, by Tom Fodi

We all know national, corporate media is designed to cater to a particular audience. It’s no surprise when one tunes into the Fox News Channel to hear a lot of criticism of the left. MSNBC/CNN is only too happy to criticize the right because that’s what it’s designed to do. When compared to the admirable […]

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Look Who Has the “Never Say Die” Spirit

Even after a devastating defeat by more than 15% of Bellevue’s registered Democrats, it appears Jane Braunlich is not giving up the fight to be named Bellevue’s next mayor. Numerous people contacted Liberty in Bellevue to report witnessing Braunlich personally going door to door leaving these small postcards which encourage people to write her in […]

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REACTIVE vs. PROACTIVE: Legislation vs. Education PART 1 of ??? by Danina DiBattista

The purpose of this blog series is to begin a conversation about the shifts we hope to see in the soon to be seated newly elected leaders of Bellevue, PA, a shift away from reactive leadership to that with a more proactive approach to governing. Though our community must still decide the outcome of some […]

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August 2013 Regular Bellevue Council Meeting

Below is the unedited video of Bellevue Borough’s August 2013 Regular Council Meeting. The meeting concluded with a 30 minute executive session for “personnel matters,” but was immediately adjourned thereafter. The meeting included an unanticipated debate over the long fought over “Pawn Shop Ordinance.” You might recall that in spite of well reasoned arguments to […]

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