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Inheriting a Mess

You can blame Donald Trump for a lot of things, but the North Korean dilemma is not one of them.

The Obama team gift-wrapped a highly complex and urgent foreign policy challenge, after doing nothing of consequence for eight years to deter or interrupt the efforts ...

Posted on 4 January 2018 Keep Reading...

PA and USA: An Economic Comparison

(January 4, 2018)--Summary: Overall, Pennsylvania’s economic growth has fallen short of the national pace over the past year. Particularly troubling is the vast difference in the growth (or lack of) in the state’s manufacturing employment. Service sector job gains, while trailing the national ...

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Shuster Announces Retirement

House Transportation Committee Chairman Bill Shuster announced Tuesday that he’s stepping down at the end of his term, joining a fast-growing wave of GOP lawmakers heading for the exits.

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Posted on 3 January 2018 Keep Reading...

Court Rules PA Congressional Lines Valid

Commonwealth Court Judge Kevin Brobson said that Pennsylvania’s Congressional map does not violate the state’s Constitution, setting up a showdown before the state’s Supreme Court.

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Voit Enters Lt. Governor Race

Republican businessman Otto Voit, who ran for Treasurer in 2016, is entering the race for Lieutenant Governor in 2018.

“I’m in! I am running for Lt. Governor for one simple reason: Pennsylvania is losing right now,” Voit wrote on his Facebook page.

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Metcalfe Calls for Release of Stack Report

Representative Daryl Metcalfe
12th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
Media Contact: Ty McCauslin
717.772.9979
RepMetcalfe.com / Facebook.com/RepMetcalfe
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 3, 2018

Metcalfe Calls on Wolf to Release Stack’s Unbecoming Conduct ...

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2017: America's Worst Year Ever?

According to progressives, a pestilence has descended upon America.

The anguished, apocalyptic keening of Democratic operatives inside the party, in liberal media, Hollywood and academia, plus certain establishment Republicans, is easily understood: Following a ...

Posted on 3 January 2018 Keep Reading...

Political Intrigue of 1968

My political interests were sparked at age 11, half a century ago, during one of the most interesting campaign seasons in recent American history. In my home we had neither a newspaper nor a news magazine. Our television reception was unreliable. Yet the stories were compelling. The favorite part ...

Posted on 3 January 2018 Keep Reading...

Budget Lawsuit Will Proceed

Commonwealth Partners
Contact: Gina Diorio, 862-703-6670
gina@thecommonwealthpartners.com

Court: Budget Lawsuit against Wolf Will Proceed
Judge Rejects Attempt by Gov. Wolf, Elected Officials to Evade Responsibility

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Biggest Winners of 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, it’s time to name the year’s biggest winners. Here’s a spotlight on those who came out on top:

By far, the biggest winners are the strong women and men who had the guts to step forward and name names in sexual harassment cases. It ...

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