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Trump Towers Over Divided Opposition

November 1976: As the last votes trickle in from Ohio, Gerald Ford defeats Jimmy Carter in a nail-biter. His upset victory is remarkable considering the unpopularity of the Nixon pardon and the post-Watergate weakness of the Republican Party.

Of course that ...

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Teacher Pension System Lost Money

The Pennsylvania Public Schools Employee Retirement System (PSERS), released its 2015 performance results last week, and they weren't good. PSERS assumes a 7.5 percent rate each year to avoid appearing even more underfunded than its publically stated $44 BILLION in unfunded liabilities. For 2015, ...

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Another Wolf Veto Would Create Chaos

Representative Stephen Bloom
199th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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March 16, 2016

Bloom: Another ...

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Toomey: 'No' to Merrick Garland

Toomey Releases Statement on Nomination of Merrick Garland to Supreme Court

Washington D.C. — Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) released the following statement regarding the nomination of Merrick Garland by President Obama to become an associate justice of the U.S. ...

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Oil Production Quotas

Oil prices have virtually collapsed and OPEC and other oil producing nations are considering quotas and production limits to drive prices up.
The damage to the oil producing nations of lower oil prices is clear but the benefits of a free market system operating freely is even more significant. ...

Posted on 17 March 2016 Keep Reading...

Passenger Count Up at Pittsburgh Airport

(March 16, 2016)--When the Allegheny County Airport Authority Board hired their new Airport Authority CEO in January 2015, there were high expectations regarding Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) and its passenger count. Since January 2015, the results appear to be modestly ...

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Toward a More Compassionate Pennsylvania

Are Pennsylvanians who wish to curb welfare, food stamp and unemployment benefit fraud just hateful people who enjoy taking things from others?
No, they're practical and compassionate. They advocate enforcement to preserve those financially-unsound programs for the people who really need them. ...

Posted on 15 March 2016 Keep Reading...

Behind the Headlines Program Schedule

Behind the Headlines
Now airing on all Comcast Systems in Pennsylvania
For the weeks of March 14 and 21, 2016

Segment One
Dave Sanko of the PA State Association of Township Supervisors discusses the state budget, state police funding and pension issues.
Segment Two
Andy ...

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PA Pro-Life Federation News

Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation March 15, 2016

No Less Sacred Before Birth
BY: Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director gallagher@paprolife.org


HARRISBURG, Pa. -
Recently, a friend of ...

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Washington's Aesopian Blunder

Once upon a time, in the belief their government no longer represented normal, hard-working citizens, a movement of fiscally-conservative grassroots Americans — Republicans, Independents and some Democrats — became visible, vocal manifestations of public frustration with and anger at an ...

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