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Setting Schwartz Record on Medicare Straight

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Brad Vasoli
August 11, 2015 President, Hill Media Strategies
267-642-0578
bvasoli@hillmediastrategies.com


New Website and Video Set Record Straight on ...

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Crisis of Lawlessness

On July 22, 2015, I reintroduced my resolution to impeach the Democrat Pennsylvania State Attorney General Kathleen Kane for a pattern of abuse and misbehavior in office. Then last week she was charged by the Montgomery County district attorney with obstructing administration of law or other ...

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Bad Legislation Never Dies

Bad (Pension) Legislation Never Dies

So the Tobash plan for changing the design of pensions for certain classes of new employees is getting another push. The Tobash plan, HB 1499, is sponsored by Rep. Mike Tobash (R-Schuylkill), but it was originally the idea of folks at the Public ...

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Reflections on First GOP Debate

I attended the Republican candidates' debate in Cleveland Thursday night, and I came away with some different impressions than I heard and read from the morning-after pundits on TV, radio, newspapers, social media and websites.

One of the advantages of actually ...

Posted on 10 August 2015 Keep Reading...

The Minimum Wage Illusion

The New York Times reports that New York State will increase its current $8.75/hour minimum wage to $15.00 - butonly for fast-food workers. Inexplicably, thousands of other low wageearners are unaffected.

Increases are mandated statewide over six years, but over ...

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The 'Not Enough Jobs' Scenario

Once again, a scholar with impressive credentials is broadcasting the gloomy notion that Americans face a job-poor future. The insufficient-jobs scenario appeared in George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen's book "Average Is Over" a couple of years ago. It resurfaced again recently ...

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National Civil War Museum: Asset to Appreciate

History buffs have become accustomed to and accomplished at defending historical sites and properties against assaults from developers. It is a rarer occurrence for an established museum to come under a concerted political assault aimed at closing the facility and auctioning off the ...

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Cauldron of Corruption

Bribery, mail fraud, racketeering, criminal conspiracy, official repression, conspiracy to commit bribery, money laundering, bank fraud, wire fraud, obstructing the administration of law — these are just some of the charges filed against Pennsylvania Democratic elected officials in recent ...

Posted on 7 August 2015 Keep Reading...

Enforcing Pittsburgh's Sick Leave Ordinance

In justifying its authority to mandate that employers in the City of Pittsburgh offer paid sick leave to employees (unless the employees are one of the exempted classes) the Council ordinance claims the ability to take such an action is based on Article IX, Section 2 of the state Constitution; the ...

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The Tragedy of Kathleen Kane

What to think about the precipitous fall of Attorney General Kathleen Kane - one the New York Times has labeled "the swiftest and steepest in memory, even in a state where corruption in politics is as common as the housefly"?

Kane was criminally charged Thursday by Montgomery ...

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