McFadden’s Allegedly Keeping Out Black Patrons

Plus the Garden State guv's views on global warming, Shane Victorino's third Gold Glove, Corbett's plan for Pennsylvania, and more of what Philly is talking about this morning

Corbett Follows Christie’s Lead. Pennsylvanians should expect deep budget cuts, speedy reform, and “a leaner, meaner government” just as Christie has done in New Jersey. [Inquirer]

Speaking of Chris Christie … A townhall meeting with New Jersey educators got heated last night when a group of retired teachers asked Christie to stop criticizing the teachers’ union. His reply? “Get a new union.” [6ABC] In other Christie-related news, the N.J. governor is also not so sure about this global warming thing. [Inquirer] Too bad he pissed off all the teachers. Maybe someone could have explained it to him.

50 Management Positions Cut at Trump Casinos. And more layoffs are possible, according to CEO Robert F. Griffin. [Press of Atlantic City]

Suit Claims McFadden’s Tried to Keep Out Black Patrons. Bartender Michael Bolden alleges that managers of the Third Street bar exchanged text messages and emails to mandate racial segregation, including canceling a popular weekly event featuring an African-American DJ.  [Daily News]

Shane Victorino Wins the Gold Glove. This is the third consecutive year the Flyin’ Hawaiian has been honored. In addition to the prize, he also walks away with a cool $50,000 bonus. [High Cheese]

Cougar Spotted in Delaware. No, Christine O’Donnell’s not on the prowl for a younger man. An actual cougar. [The News Journal]