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Government Sticking Young Americans with Bill

Young Americans, most of whom voted for President Barack Obama, face a daunting, uncertain future.

But they're learning.

Polls reveal that, after six years of measurable negative results, many young voters, Millennials, have ...

Posted on 22 December 2014 Keep Reading...

Charges Filed Against Lawmakers

December 18, 2014:


Pennsylvanians learned earlier this year that four lawmakers from Philadelphia were caught on tape accepting cash and money orders in a sting operation conducted by the Attorney General's office. The matter came to light thanks to reporting by the Philadelphia ...

Posted on 18 December 2014 Keep Reading...

Teacher Unions: Common Roadblock to Reform

From Philadelphia to York to the Pittsburgh suburbs, parents and taxpayers are looking to improve public education without breaking the bank. But there's a common roadblock standing in their way: Teachers' unions are consigning students to some of the worst-performing schools in the state–all ...

Posted on 18 December 2014 Keep Reading...

2016: An American Watershed

In view of our listless economy, joblessness, illegal intrusions on our southern border, soaring health coverage costs, chaotic foreign policy and national security threats, arguably, the outcome of the 2016 presidential election will be the most critical for America's well-being in thirty-six ...

Posted on 18 December 2014 Keep Reading...

Senate GOP Issues Promising Statement on Jobs

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Posted on 18 December 2014 Keep Reading...

Gibberish

The phrase "college-and-career-ready" dominates Common Core rhetoric, as if it is the Holy Grail of educational endeavors. Even kindergarten activities are now supposed to be college and career ready.

Who could possibly argue with wanting our children to ...

Posted on 17 December 2014 Keep Reading...

2015: Challenge ~Change in Keystone State

In 2014, Pennsylvania selected a new governor, rejected an old governor, and voted decisively to be indecisive about which party should control state government - overwhelmingly handing the executive branch to Democrats while just as overwhelmingly turning the legislature over to Republicans - thus ...

Posted on 17 December 2014 Keep Reading...

Get Real: Embrace Torture

Change America's symbol.

Gone should be the majestic bald eagle, soaring icon of strength, courage and determination.

In its place? The Pillsbury Doughboy — fat, soft, and squishy.

Nowhere ...

Posted on 17 December 2014 Keep Reading...

Beyond the 'Glossy Veneer'

Joan Didion is "possibly the best living American essayist and probably the most influential," wrote New York magazine columnist Boris Kacha in his 2011 column on Didion's work.

"Reading Joan Didion on any subject is like tiptoeing across a ...

Posted on 16 December 2014 Keep Reading...

CIA Was Right: Waterboarding Works

To say the killing of Osama bin Laden created a patriotic euphoria would be a gross understatement. Spontaneous celebrations broke out across the nation. The image of thousands chanting "U-S-A" from Ground Zero was simply awe-inspiring. It was a great day for America.

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Posted on 16 December 2014 Keep Reading...

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