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Delco Special Could Be a Scott Wagner Sequel

While all eyes are riveted on the looming state budget deadline in Harrisburg, the political story of the summer is now playing out in Delaware County where a special election for a seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives has become the latest flashpoint in the ongoing internal GOP battle ...

Posted on 16 June 2015 Keep Reading...

Where is the Growth?

Pennsylvania is facing a large budget deficit, a growing multi-billion dollar pension gap, and weak job growth. The state's fiscal condition is so severe in both the near and long term that Governor Tom Wolf and the legislature have only bad choices. Yet, the Wolf Administration's policy is a tax ...

Posted on 16 June 2015 Keep Reading...

Gosnell Victims Buried in Unmarked Grave

Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation June 16, 2015

47 Babies Killed by Gosnell Are Buried in Unmarked Grave

By Micaiah Bilger, Education Director
lifelines@paprolife.org

A tiny blue silk flower is the only marker that ...

Posted on 16 June 2015 Keep Reading...

Senseless Politics, Harebrained Economics

Just when you think it can't get any more anti-business, anti-jobs, anti-growth, anti-capitalist and just plain economically nonsensical among presidential candidates than Hillary Clinton's 's "Don't let anyone tell you, you know, corporations and businesses create jobs," along comes ...

Posted on 16 June 2015 Keep Reading...

Beltway Republicans Ignoring Their Mandate

The Washington Beltway wing of the Republican Party has been dismissing the party's conservative base for far too long. If Republicans nominate another "moderate" 2016 presidential candidate, they will lose again.

The GOP establishment rationalizes their ...

Posted on 15 June 2015 Keep Reading...

Human Rights for Animals?

The Manhattan Supreme Court recently heard the case of two chimpanzees named Hercules and Leo, which were apparently caged while undergoing research at Stony Brook University. Represented by the Nonhuman Rights Project, the suit contends that the pair should have a right to "bodily ...

Posted on 15 June 2015 Keep Reading...

Star Spangled Banner Still Waves

GETTYSBURG

It is quite possible that all 7,620 people who live in this central Pennsylvania town lined up along Baltimore Street for the annual Memorial Day parade. It's also quite possible that every one of them held an American flag.

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Posted on 15 June 2015 Keep Reading...

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Analysis of Governor Wolf's Budget

Ed Arnold, Chairman of the Susquehanna Valley Center for Public Policy, discusses Governor Wolf's proposed ...

Posted on 15 June 2015 Keep Reading...

Obamacare Subsidies and Justice Anthony Kennedy

It's not too much to say that President Obama's domestic legislative legacy could turn on the outcome of King v. Burwell, the landmark case argued in March before the U.S. Supreme Court, which a decision forthcoming soon. If the administration loses, Obamacare will become like Humpty Dumpty, and it ...

Posted on 12 June 2015 Keep Reading...

Lie-based Victimology Produces Violence

"A lie has overtaken significant parts of the country, resulting in growing mass hysteria," recently wrote Heather Mac Donald, contributing editor of City Journal, an influential and scholarly quarterly on urban affairs published by the Manhattan Institute.

"That lie ...

Posted on 11 June 2015 Keep Reading...

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