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Trump and Evangelicals

Donald Trump, who has been leading the national polls for the Republican nomination since this past summer, has strong support among evangelicals. Given Trump's beliefs, lifestyle, crude language, and some of his positions on issues, this is baffling. As Jonathan Merritt argues in "The ...

Posted on 13 January 2016 Keep Reading...

A New Shade of Blue

Residents of Penn's Woods are about to experience history in the making: the start of a new state budget year with the previous year's budget still unresolved. Governor Tom Wolf guaranteed the anomaly by line item vetoing almost a third of the budget passed by the GOP-controlled legislature just ...

Posted on 12 January 2016 Keep Reading...

Stadium Authority Report Needs Clarification

(January 12, 2016)--In mid-December of last year, the City Controller released results of a study showing that over a five-year period, 2009 through 2013 inclusive, properties (and entities using those properties) owned by the Sports and Exhibition Authority and the Stadium Authority had paid $107 ...

Posted on 12 January 2016 Keep Reading...

Stephen Moore to Keynote PLC Luncheon

January 12, 2016

For Immediate Release
Contact: Lowman S. Henry
(717) 671-0776
lhenry@lincolninstitute.org


Stephen Moore to Keynote PLC Luncheon

(Harrisburg, PA) — ...

Posted on 12 January 2016 Keep Reading...

House Dems Scuttle Funds for Universities

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
January 11, 2016

House Falls ...

Posted on 12 January 2016 Keep Reading...

Higher Ed's Perilous Year

Beginning in the 1960s, many American universities have strayed from teaching into political and social indoctrination. Cores of radicalized faculty members and bloated, ideological administrations have encouraged Sixties-style student protests over trivial, even absurd "grievances." ...

Posted on 11 January 2016 Keep Reading...

Democrats in Disarray

Last Tuesday, Bloomberg political reporter Sahil Kapur tweeted from a Donald Trump rally in Massachusetts that an undecided New Hampshire voter said he will likely vote for the Republican businessman.

The man's second choice was Vermont Democrat-Socialist Bernie ...

Posted on 11 January 2016 Keep Reading...

Gen X: The Job Search

With graduation just a few months away, college seniors are searching for jobs. They should know that college graduates of today may have a dozen jobs in their lifetime, which often includes multiple major career changes.

Shocking, yes. For members of Generation ...

Posted on 8 January 2016 Keep Reading...

Going the Distance for Business Competitiveness

Rosie Ruiz won the Boston Marathon in 1980, shattering the fastest female time record and had hardly broken a sweat when she crossed the finish line. Ms. Ruiz was stripped of her title just eight days later when officials discovered she rode the subway to the finish line.

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Posted on 7 January 2016 Keep Reading...

Rookie Governor Inflicts Pain, Suffering

For all practical purposes, the General Fund budget signed in part by Governor Wolf in late December was the same one he vetoed in early July. At the time of the signing, he didn't indulge the press to answer the most obvious question: why sign it now but not then? Surely, he could have saved a lot ...

Posted on 7 January 2016 Keep Reading...

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