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Why Were Presidential Polls Wrong?

The election-night coverage of the 2016 vote began with images of the Clinton campaign team gathering in the Javits Center–under the symbolic glass ceiling. Hillary Clinton supporters were enthusiastic, upbeat, and expectant. The polls gave them every reason to expect that America was ...

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FIRE Launches First Amendment Library

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 14, 2016–Today, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is proud to launch our First Amendment Library, designed to be the premier resource for information about the First Amendment's five freedoms.

FIRE's First Amendment ...

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Behind the Headlines Program Schedule

Behind the Headlines
Presented by the Susquehanna Valley Center for Public Policy

For the weeks of November 14 and 21, 2016


A discussion about the historic 2016 election with Brad Bumsted of LNP Media Group,

Then, ...

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PA Pro-Life Federation News

ONLINE NEWS
November 14, 2016


A New Era of Hope--
Thanks to You

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

2016 may be remembered as the year in which a new era of hope dawned in ...

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Pollsters Were (Sort of) Right

Did the 2016 Presidential election result mean the humiliation and death of polling? Not by a longshot. The fact is many of the polls were right — it's the people who got it wrong. The pro-Clinton mainstream media and the Washington Establishment echo chamber interpreted the data the way ...

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Hillary Clinton: A postmortem

On Tuesday, November 8, Hillary Clinton lost the only trial she may ever face for her crimes. The fault lies with Hilary and the Democrats who enabled, excused or rationalized her well-known disregard for legal niceties and nominated her.

Days before the election, ...

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What Did We Learn From Election Day?

You, the voters of Pennsylvania, just played a key role in what was an historic election. Voter turnout was significant, pre-election polling was shown to be flawed, and conventional wisdom about the expected results flew out the window last night as real numbers started to trickle in.
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Pittsburgh Reduces Role of Market Economics

(November 10, 2016)--Summary: On October 11th, Pittsburgh's Mayor announced his intention to revise dramatically the City's process for approving publically subsidized development projects. In short, the new procedure would institute an extensive list of new guidelines projects must meet before ...

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Winners and Losers

One of the many quirks of our political system is that each year there are winners and losers among politicians whose names are not actually on the ballot. This year is no exception. Neither Governor Tom Wolf nor State Senator Scott Wagner was up for election this year, but results of the ...

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Citizens Alliance Scores Election Wins

The most unorthodox and unpredictable presidential election in our nation's history is now over. What nearly all thought impossible has come to fruition.

But what's next?

With Donald Trump assuming the presidency in January 2016, we know he'll need examples of what good governance ...

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