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Time Again to Shoot for the Stars

On Jan. 28, 1986, seven Challenger astronauts "slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of God." But then – tragedy. For the first time, America had lost astronauts in flight.

President Reagan captured the moment:

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Posted on 12 November 2014 Keep Reading...

Founded on Truth

Those who watched the colonial army in the winter of 1776 would not have given a red cent for its chances. One could see where the sentries had walked their patrols by following the bloody footprints each of them left in the snow behind shoeless and frozen feet. There was nothing to eat, and the ...

Posted on 11 November 2014 Keep Reading...

Scott Perry on PMA Perspective

This week on PMA Perspective

In this "Veterans Day 2014" special episode, NFIB's Suzanne Collins travels to Tri-M Group in Kennett Square, PA to gain insight on their veteran hiring program. In the studio, PMA Executive Director David N. Taylor hosts ...

Posted on 11 November 2014 Keep Reading...

A Good Election, But Work Remains

As the polls closed Election night, the feeling of anticipation was palpable. We're freedom junkies, and on November 4th, we got another chance to make a difference. We were a part of what makes this the greatest nation on this planet.

While we enjoy exercising ...

Posted on 11 November 2014 Keep Reading...

Wisconsin Becomes 2016's Ohio

In late summer, as national media reported that Republican Scott Walker would "finally" lose the Wisconsin governor's mansion in November, a man and two women paraded through the state capital campus with homemade pro-union signs, warning Walker's days in power were numbered.

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Posted on 10 November 2014 Keep Reading...

Tinkering with the System

Days before the November election I was listening to a radio talk show and the topic of discussion was a prominent Democrat who suggested that congressional terms should be made longer. Specifically, he suggested having U.S. Senators serve for eight years rather than six and electing members of ...

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Sunset the U.S. Tax Code

After Tuesday's midterm elections putting Republicans in majority control of the United States Senate and expanding the Republican majority in the House of Representatives, there's been a lot of speculation about what might be legislatively possible — and in particular, what might stand a ...

Posted on 7 November 2014 Keep Reading...

Dropping in on the Veteran Down the Street

A few weeks ago, I dropped in on Russ Post, an 89-year-old war veteran who happens to live on my street. What followed was a memorable Saturday afternoon, as Russ took my teenage son and I on a roller coaster ride from his youth in Western Pennsylvania to the Pacific theater to Korea.

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Posted on 7 November 2014 Keep Reading...

Killing PGW Deal Bad for Philly

City Council has announced that they are killing the proposed sale of PGW without holding a hearing and without taking a vote. The city is not selling PGW? This is the stupidest thing that City Council has done in recent years. Their doing it without hearings or votes is particularly ...

Posted on 7 November 2014 Keep Reading...

Is Obama Still Relevant?

Editor's note: A version of this article first appeared at Fox News.

"Today I had a chance to speak with John Boehner and congratulated Mitch McConnell on becoming the next Senate majority leader," said Barack Obama in the opening of his White House press conference following ...

Posted on 6 November 2014 Keep Reading...

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