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A group called the American Atheists had their invitation rescinded from CPAC this year. Should all Americans who hold conservative principles be welcomed, regardless of their religious beliefs?
The message—really an SOS—about public school funding came from rural Tioga County, but it’s one most Pennsylvanians have grown used to hearing.
Two questions come to mind after watching this video.
Unions are spending millions on politics, and drumming up issues like a minimum wage increase, solely to win some elections, the New York Times reports.
The saga of a suspiciously pre-scripted March 18 special election to fill the term of a vacated senate seat in Pennsylvania’s 28th district in York County continues. Heretofore unreported special circumstances that could only happen in a redistricting year add even more confusion, raising serious questions of the election’s validity, that may provoke challenges resulting in its becoming a $200,000 total waste to taxpayers.
Local 401 members threaten public safety
Evidence of the viewpoint that union members coerce others to get what they want is showing up on the... Read MoreMore
Utopian solutions never solve real problems
When I meet someone, I assume--like most other people--identifying where that person lives gives me... Read MoreMore
Public leery of undocumented per diem
Another day, another dollar, and for a former state Representative, another legislator who will gain... Read MoreMore
Unstudied program has critical issues
Despite pleas to the Pennsylvania Office of Acting Consumer Advocate Tanya McCloskey and Pennsylvania... Read MoreMore
A question of fairness and equality
Bonusgate is a term that will forever live in infamy in Pennsylvania political history. It ended up... Read MoreMore
Legislation empowers workers
What do Michigan and Wisconsin have that Pennsylvania doesn't have? A governor who has advanced union-specific... Read MoreMore
Estimated 600 people to attend
Pennsylvania AFL-CIO is putting their agenda into action. The public employee union allegedly has filled... Read MoreMore
Waiting for bureaucratic determination
Healthy PA is Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett’s idea for unconventional optional Medicaid expansion... Read MoreMore
Stop with business as usual
Whether revenue increases in Pennsylvania’s new transportation bill were tax increases in violation... Read MoreMore
Anonymous writer shares personal story
This summer, I had the wonderful opportunity to spend three weeks at the Ayn Rand Institute in Irvine,... Read MoreMore
House Democrats want position filled
Outsourcing the Pennsylvania lottery to a British firm isn't going to happen in 2014. And, House Democrat... Read MoreMore
Empty platitudes a thing of the past
The politics-as-usual routine in Harrisburg has disappointed Ardmore attorney Bob Guzzardi. Rather than... Read MoreMore
Exempt more locally funded projects
It took more than half-a-century for the Pennsylvania General Assembly to update the state's archaic... Read MoreMore
Is total elimination dead or alive?
For especially the past two years an urgency to do something about severe problems with the exploding... Read MoreMore