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Ten Reasons to Be Thankful

2016 is drawing to a close. For some of us, we may be glad. Presidential election years are always tense, with a lot of spirited discussion. The end of the year also presents the opportunity to look back, remember what we did right, and rethink our errors to do better next year. Here are 10 things ...

Posted on 7 December 2016 Keep Reading...

Westmoreland Watchman

THE WESTMORELAND WATCHMAN
A PUBLICATION OF THE WESTMORELAND COUNTY CONSERVATIVE COALITION
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VOLUME 8, NUMBER 10 ...

Posted on 7 December 2016 Keep Reading...

A Hard Look at Pittsburgh School Budget

(December 7, 2016)-- Summary: For several years the Pittsburgh Public Schools has had total outlays near or above $20,000 per student, ranking it among the highest spending districts in the state. And the 2017 budget will continue that dubious distinction. The high spending level is–or ...

Posted on 7 December 2016 Keep Reading...

Townships Respond to AG's Gas Impact Fee Audit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Ginni Linn, Pa. State Association of Township Supervisors, Enola, Pa., (717) 763-0930 (office), (717) 805-3588 (cell), glinn@psats.org.


Township Association Responds to AG's Report
on Municipal Use of Natural Gas Impact Fee ...

Posted on 7 December 2016 Keep Reading...

How the Mainstream Hoodwinked America

It has been said that a lie travels around the world before the truth can get its pants on. Sadly, that adage has never been more apparent than during this election cycle. Mercifully over, it produced two deeply flawed Presidential candidates whose respective relationships with the truth were ...

Posted on 6 December 2016 Keep Reading...

PA Pro-Life Federation News

ONLINE NEWS
December 5, 2016

The Best Christmas Gift of All

by Maria Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director
gallagher@paprolife.org

Each year when the coldness of winter is just ...

Posted on 5 December 2016 Keep Reading...

PA's Economic Climate Challenges Nonprofits

'Tis the season when many Americans donate to their favorite charity. While leaders in the nonprofit sector remain firm in their conviction that they are best suited to deal with Pennsylvania's social and economic challenges they are concerned that public trust in charities is not as high as it ...

Posted on 3 December 2016 Keep Reading...

PA Revenue Below Estimate

State revenue collections came in at $79.5 million below the official estimate for November, according to the Pennsylvania Deparment of Revenue. Lackluster collections wiped away the little progress made during October when revenue collections slightly exceeded expectations.

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Posted on 2 December 2016 Keep Reading...

Toomey: Cut Aid to Sanctuary Cities

Pennsylvania U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey urged President-elect Donald Trump to take immediate action against Philadelphia and other sanctuary cities for not cooperating with federal immigration authorities.

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Posted on 2 December 2016 Keep Reading...

A Sign of Things to Come

In mid-November, Governor Wolf announced that the Department of Labor and Industry would be laying off employees. According to the Governor, this was due to the intransigence of Senate Republicans in their refusal to pass legislation funding unemployment call centers. On the other hand, Senate ...

Posted on 1 December 2016 Keep Reading...

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