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Toilet Tempest

First of Two Parts

Politics has always been a soiled business, but given the movements underway — both defending and pushing against laws governing which bathrooms transgender people can use — it's gotten even messier.

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House Leader Demands Investigation into Wolf Actions

Representative William Adolph
165th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: John O'Brien
717.787.1711
jobrien@pahousegop.com
WilliamAdolph.com / Facebook.com/RepAdolph

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 12, 2016

Chairman Adolph Asks ...

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Time to Sunset the Tax Code

This is tax week, the week we're reminded how utterly insane our tax code is, at over 70,000 pages long. It would take over a year to read it at 2 minutes-per-page for forty hours a week. Yet there hasn't been a major tax reform in thirty years. So we at Let Freedom Ring have developed a novel ...

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Trump Loses Fear Factor

In the aftermath of Ted Cruz 97% routing Donald Trump at the Colorado GOP meeting, Trump and his allies have loudly protested how Trump was cheated out of his rightful share of delegates. Well, Trump better get used to it, because the concerted effort by the Republican Party at the state ...

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National Infrastructure Crisis

Every four years, the American Society of Civil Engineers issues a report card for America's infrastructure. In the 2013 report, the ASCE gave the United States a D+ rating with an estimated cost to the year 2020 of $3.6 trillion.

Drinking water received a D; ...

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Charles Mitchell Named New CF President

Commonwealth Foundation Board Names New President and CEO
Executive Vice President Charles Mitchell to Take Helm on July 1

April 12, 2016, HARRISBURG, Pa.–The Commonwealth Foundation Board of Directors has unanimously named Charles Mitchell the ...

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PA Presidential Primary: What Matters

Some forty states have already voted in the presidential primary.

Finally, the presidential nomination campaigns move to the Northeast. New York votes on April 19th and five more states-including critical Pennsylvania - vote one week later.

Even now, the presidential candidates are ...

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Chicago 1968 Speaks to 2016

"The mob is the mother of tyrants." —Diogenes of Sinope

In late August 1968, two months after an assassin killed presidential candidate Senator Robert Kennedy and shortly after Republicans nominated Richard Nixon for president, the Democrats ...

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Winning Delegates' Hearts and Minds

"Choose Cruz!" signs lined U.S. Route 15 and the winding driveway and sidewalks leading to the Radisson conference center in Harrisburg, where Pennsylvania's premier conservative event was being held.

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Gov. John Kasich of ...

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Does PA Face Economic Doom Loop?

Today, public sector unions number four of the six biggest contributors to national political campaigns, and they exert the same or, in some cases, even more influence in some states, including in Pennsylvania.

Having acquired influence by effectively bribing the ...

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