Letter from Pittsburgh. With a crazy segment from NPR too.

May 6, 2015 — Leave a comment
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Dear Colin,

I live in Pittsburgh I grew up in Monroeville, I enjoy your page.

Please know that Monroeville was never like this, it makes me and alot of others so sad to watch this happening to our town and police doing next to nothing because all the “police brutality” .

Monroeville was one of the richest towns near Pittsburgh very costly to live there somewhere proud to be from. Then section 8 found a few places and it begun, Port Authority was already in place which just means the worst of the worst could travel and stay in the best of places for a dollar and a quarter, and 200 thousand dollar homes were being bought sold and rented by section 8 and other easy living government helps, Wilmerding so good, so tiny, little Italy not one Italian left.

It was a town so good, no police or police station needed, now they could use a swat team. From February of this year to now three of the biggest, historic buildings have fell to be condemned to fire, water/flood, and just plain filth.
It is heartbreaking. When you are from Pittsburgh you are loyal a fan of fans in your sports teams, in your community, in your city, in your neighbors, and amusement parks.

Pittsburgh, Monroeville, Wilmerding, Turtle Creek , Pitcarn ruined, and it makes it hard to be a fan, to believe we will get up.


And check out this video about Pittsburgh I was making AS I RECEIVED THIS EMAIL …





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Colin Flaherty is the author of #1 Amazon Best Selling Book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it. He is an award winning journalist whose work has been published in over 1000 news sites around the world, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and others. He is a frequent guest in local and national media talking about racial violence. Thomas Sowell said ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.