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BREAKING: PA Legislature Debating Mandatory Vaccination House Bill 492

October 17, 2009 by

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Massachusetts recently sent a bill through their General Assembly to mandate vaccination “in the event of an emergency.” Even though most citizens were shocked, disgusted, and appelled at such violation of Constitutional rights, MA House adopted a somewhat lighter version of the bill than was unanimously accepted by their Senate. Cue Pennsylvania. In House Bill […]

Ugh. Now What?

December 9, 2008 by

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I don’t know about everyone else, but once King Hussein O was chosen to be the next presidential installation, I was beside myself with anger and fear and uncertainty for our future. I went ‘into my shell’ for a while, trying to sort it all out. Could it be that a simple majority of Americans […]

Election Correction

May 14, 2008 by

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by Tim Potts In This Edition 42 Days to Deadline Stop Pay-to-Play Politics Stop Taking from Lobbyists 42 Days to Deadline Seven years after disgracing PA with the second most gerrymandered legislative districts in America, lawmakers have just 42 days from today to take the first step toward a system with greater integrity. Click here […]

1,000 Days

April 3, 2008 by

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Democracy Rising Pennsylvania by Tim Potts In This Edition Reality Check 1,000 Days Something Everyone Can Do Reality Check 1,000 – Days since the Pay Raise of 2005. 2 – Laws enacted to improve government integrity. See the cartoon . 0 – “Best-in-America” laws enacted. See the campaign . See the full April edition of […]