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Name 4 a Borough that is causing extreme pain to #CRPS #Veteran?

June 30, 2017 by


May 9th I asked Duryea Borough to place a no truck turn around sign at the entrance of this tiny dead-end road. I also begged them to stop backing the garbage trucks up to my home three times a week. They could drive in and then back up with very few black up Alarms. I […]

Pennsylvania Grand Jury Recommends Criminal Charges Against State Attorney General

January 10, 2015 by


By Hans von Spakovsky ~ The Philadelphia Inquirer is reporting that a statewide grand jury has recommended criminal charges be filed against Pennsylvania Attorney General (and voter ID opponent) Kathleen Kane for perjury and contempt of court over the leaking of secret grand jury information. Kane, a Democrat, had been in the news recently after […]

Democracy Rising PA – Be An Active Part Of An Honest Election

October 31, 2012 by


By Tim Potts ~ There are two parts to an honest election. One is preventing ineligible people from voting. That’s why PA has a new voter ID law, even though it won’t take full effect until 2013 and even though voter impersonation is already a crime. The other part of an honest election is making […]

Our Forgotten Founder

January 24, 2011 by


By Salena Zito Harrisburg, Pa. A statesman, Harry Truman once remarked, “is a dead politician.” True, perhaps, for some — but not for one of Pennsylvania’s political figures. “William Penn, isn’t he the Quaker Oats guy?” asked Chris Sulpizio, 32, a native of suburban Philadelphia. Sulpizio also not-so-fondly remembered that “the curse of Billy Penn” […]

‘Rust Belt’ Battlegrounds In 2010

March 30, 2010 by


By Salena Zito ERIE – If you wanted to find a place on a United States map that showed the heart of the Rust Belt, this would be it. Its business of manufacturing things has seen better days. Voters here, and in sister cities from eastern Pennsylvania to the state of Indiana, likely will decide […]

BREAKING: PA Legislature Debating Mandatory Vaccination House Bill 492

October 17, 2009 by


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 […]

ACORN sues PA for Charging Its Employees

July 23, 2009 by


Well here’s a new twist: Remember ACORN, the liberal “community activist” group that formerly had Obama defending them? Yes, the same group that has been charged with voter registration fraud in 14 states! Well, since five of their employees in Pennsylvania have been charged with registration fraud (because Mickey Mouse really cannot vote!), ACORN has […]