Sunday, October 31, 2010
Columnist: Democrats can't hide their record of failure
Democrats can’t hide their record - pottsmerc.com
Endorsements for Congress: Dent, Gerlach, Meehan
Endorsements for Congress: Dent, Gerlach, Meehan - pottsmerc.com
Two years later, GOP is phoenix rising
Two years later, GOP is phoenix rising - pottsmerc.com
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Weekly GOP Address: Vote for change on Nov. 2
Wilkes-Barre newspaper backs Tom Corbett for governor
Tom Corbett | The Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, PA
Endorsements: Reichley, Vereb, Kampf for Pa. House
Endorsements: Reichley, Vereb, Kampf for Pa. House - pottsmerc.com
Newspaper: Tom Corbett is the best choice for governor
"Corbett is the best choice for governor in a time when Pennsylvanians demand change," the newspaper says.
Tom Corbett is the best choice for governor
Friday, October 29, 2010
Bucks County newspaper backs Pat Toomey for US Senate
Read the full endorsement editorial at the link below:
PhillyBurbs.com: Endorsement 2010 - Toomey for Senate
'Taxpayers' Friends' Endorsed for Congress
7 in 10 Voters Disagree with NPR Decision to Fire Juan Williams
GOP launches 'No More Frankens' website
Just in time for Halloween, the Republican National Committee has launched a new website to remind remind voters what is at stake on Nov. 2.
From RNC Chairman Michael Steele:
"With Democrat lawyers, liberal shadow groups, and labor unions organizing to challenge the Election Day results, it is more important than ever that the American people deliver a decisive victory for Republicans up and down the ballot in all 50 states. In order to protect our hard-fought victories, we must fund and operate a winning 72 hour ground game which puts the margin of victory out of reach. The election of Democrat Al Franken to the United States Senate serves as a glaring and painful reminder to voters as to why it is so important to support our Republican Victory program and show up on Election Day."The 'No More Frankens' website can be viewed at: www.nomorefrankens.com
Pennsylvania's Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program to Open on Nov. 1
PennDOT Introduces Online Service to Aid Residents Working to Restore Driving Privileges
Newspaper backs Pat Meehan for 7th Congressional Dist.
EDITORIAL: Meehan deserves a win in the 7th District - delcotimes.com
Thursday, October 28, 2010
All The President's Enemies
It Looks Like a Republican Senate
It Looks Like a Republican Senate in 2010 - HUMAN EVENTS
PA casino fined $40,000 for violations
Poll: 50% get their news online
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Lipstick on a pig?
Devaney Announces Enhancements to Recovery.gov
GOP Projected To Pick Up 6 State Attorney General Seats
More Obama Administration Corruption
Yet Another Disastrous and Dysfunctional State of HUD: Obama's HUD Administration Remains Mum on 'Personal-Vendetta' Housing Program Corruption
Governor Recognizes Eight Distinguished 'Daughters of Pennsylvania'
Governor Rendell, First Lady Recognize Eight Distinguished Daughters of Pennsylvania
Welcome to PC radio
Labels: Robert Ariail Cartoon
Germany's Merkel: Multiculturalism has 'utterly failed'
Germany's Angela Merkel: Multiculturalism has 'utterly failed' - CSMonitor.com
Midterm blowout: 50 or more Dem seats set to fall
Midterm blowout: 50 or more Dem seats set to fall in the election - TheHill.com
Nation's Largest Taxpayer Group Endorses Pat Toomey for Senate
Harrisburg newspaper backs Tom Corbett for governor
"We take Corbett at his word that he will put what is best for Pennsylvania first, even if it costs him politically," the newspaper writes.
Read the endorsement editorial here.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Top PA education official calls for investigation of radical college professor
From Torsella's letter:
According to public writings and speeches, Mr. Siddique has characterized Israel as a "terrorist entity;" called for its violent overthrow; and peddled anti-Semitic propaganda ("the Jews…are a small minority in America, yet they have taken over this country by devious and immoral means"). Further, I am concerned about statements in, among other sources, the "New Trend Magazine" about Hezbollah and the Taliban that have been brought to my attention as purportedly authored by Mr. Siddique.Read the full text of the latter at the link below:
State Board of Education Chairman Joseph Torsella Addresses Lincoln Professor's Remarks
Down the Homestretch
WhyTuesday.org Announces Cash Video Contest
PennDOT Warns Motorists of Increased Deer Presence, Movement
A Fun Halloween
America Sees Through Jon Stewart: Obama's Clown No Longer Fooling Anyone
America Sees Through Jon Stewart: Obama's Clown No Longer Fooling Anyone
No endorsement for Rep. Allyson Schwartz
Read the full editorial at the link below:
PhillyBurbs.com: Endorsement 2010 - Conflict in the 13th Congressional
The Democrat Stimulus: An $814 Billion Flop
The Democrat Stimulus: An $814 Billion Flop - HUMAN EVENTS
Monday, October 25, 2010
Newspaper backs Toomey for US Senate
Toomey would make a real difference in Congress, unlike Sestak, who has rubber-stamped the Obama-Pelosi agenda since he arrived in Washington.
From the newspaper's endorsement editorial:
Toomey is so opposed to earmarks he says he wouldn't try to bring any back to Pennsylvania — he'd focus on eliminating them, a practice he began as a congressman.Read the full editorial at the newspaper's website.
The best example of Toomey's tenaciousness came in 1998-99, when he got tired of arguing in the House about excessive spending and wrote his own budget. He then led a filibuster that forced Republican leaders to adopt some of his cuts.
That's the kind of restraint Congress needs to enshrine — and Toomey is the candidate who won’t brook any dissent in a war on wasteful spending.
Obama job approval numbers reach new low
Another Unaffordable Entitlement
ObamaCare: Finding things we don't like in the Democrats' overhaul legislation is becoming an almost daily event. Add to the list the possibility that a provision in the bill could be almost six times more costly than the initial estimate.Another Unaffordable Entitlement - Investors.com
'60 Minutes' exposes true unemployment mess under Obama
60 Minutes Shock Report: National Unemployed and Underemployed 17.5%; California 22%
The state-run media is finally waking up to the disastrous economic policies of Barack Obama and Congressional Democrats.
'Obama's downfall is his arrogance'
From their latest column:
"Some disillusionment was inevitable and unavoidable. But Team Obama also made a classic mistake. They decided that the rules of politics did not apply to them, that the popularity of their campaign slogans would somehow insulate them from the realities of Washington.Read the full column at the link below:
Arrogance probably is the right word. Obama ran hard against Washington, against the insiders and interest groups and influence traders, against capital careerists like John McCain and Hillary Clinton. Then, once elected, he tried to tell voters that Washington was actually the answer to practically every issue: rising job losses, insurance premiums and global temperatures.
At its core, the message was contradictory. How can Washington be the problem -- and the solution — at the same time."
Obama's downfall is his arrogance - pottsmerc.com
Liberal newspaper backs Tom Corbett for governor
I am shocked. The Post-Gazette hardly ever endroses Republicans.
From the newspaper's endorsement editorial:
This no-nonsense politician also has his enlightened and progressive side. He recognizes the benefit of early education (as does Mr. Onorato) and sees the absurdity of that relic of Prohibition, the monopolistic Liquor Control Board system, and the crying need for its privatization (which Mr. Onorato does not). If done right, this would be a way of providing a great amount of budgetary relief without raising taxes. It also would send a message in the strongest way that Pennsylvania, despite its backward reputation, is not change averse.
The Post-Gazette endorses Tom Corbett, the candidate in a season of change who we believe can break with the past for the sake of a better future.
Read the full editorial here.
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Why are two wars not on our national radar?
Why are two wars not on our national radar? - pottsmerc.com
Anti-business Obama strikes again
Anti-business Obama strikes again - pottsmerc.com
Friday, October 22, 2010
Video: Whole Lotta Obama Kool Aid
50 Ways Tom Corbett will Rebuild PA
50 Ways Tom Corbett will Rebuild PA | Tom Corbett for Governor of Pennsylvania
Newspaper: Tom Corbett best choice for governor
Corbett has demonstrated that he understands the challenges ahead and offers the best plan to overcome those obstacles in a way that taxpayers will appreciate. Corbett is the best choice for governor in a time when Pennsylvanians demand change.Read the full editorial at the link below:
Tom Corbett is the best choice for governor
The Empire Strikes Back
'Yes we can' turn mess around
'Yes we can' turn mess around - pottsmerc.com
Columnist: Defund All Public Broadcasting Now
Defund All Public Broadcasting Now - HUMAN EVENTS
What Are We Most Angry About?
The Imperial Presidency
His Majesty Barack Obama will not listen to the voice of the people when they repudiate his radical agenda on Nov. 2.
Instead, he will likely rule by decry, bypassing Congress - and the will of the American people.
From Asman's column at Fox Business:
(Obama's) vision of America is one in which a dwindling private sector becomes the lap dog of an ever growing, government managed economy. You can call it European statism or socialism, but it's definitely not the free market most of us were accustomed to. And while it may not be our vision of America, it is his vision. And he wants to pursue it. But how? Without a compliant Congress it won't be as easy as it was the first two years. That's why we think he's going to turn up the juice of his executive powers to a level we haven't seen for decades. And it's not just us saying it.Read the full column here.
The Los Angeles Times published a piece last week about how Obama is considering using executive orders to bypass the intentions of Congress:
"The best arena for Obama to execute his plans may be his own branch of government. That means more executive orders…and more deployment of his ample regulatory powers and the wide-ranging rulemaking authority of his Cabinet members."
My interview with US Rep. Jim Gerlach
Nation's Largest Taxpayer Group Endorses Pat Toomey for Senate
Trick-or-Treat Obama Style
No Going-Away Present for Ed Rendell
Viguerie Launches Petition, with a Goal of a Million Names, to End Federal Funding of NPR
Sen. Reid's Taxpayer Reimbursed Expenses Include $16,548 Video Wall
Prescription Drug Abuse in the Workplace on the Rise
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Time to de-fund NPR
Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion: Juan Williams Fired For Acknowledging Negative Stereotypes
Labels: Liberal Hypocrisy
Tom Corbett: Time to end PA liquor monopoly
Libreral fascism on the rise at NPR
NPR, which is funded by taxpayers, fired political commentator Juan Williams because he expressed his opinion on the Muslim threat to the U.S. during an appearance on Bill O'Reilly's show.
Williams agreed with O'Reilly that political correctness has gotten in the way of fighting terrorism under the Obama administration.
That kind of talk gets you fired from the ultra-liberal NPR. Another example of liberal fascism.
There is no free speech when it comes to expressing views the far left doesn't like.
I'm no fan of Juan Williams, who is a liberal, but he has a right to express his opinion - except it seems on the ultra-left NPR.
Berks County Patriots Sponsor Candidate Forum
The event, which will feature federal and state candidates, will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Leesport Market Hall, Route 61, just north of Reading.
Rohrer, a Republican who ran for governor in the May primary, is retiring from the state House of Representatives this year.
For more information, call 610-926-3923 or go to www.berkscountypatriots.org
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
My interview with Congressman Charlie Dent
Citizens Give Government Rock-Bottom Transparency Ratings
Columnist: Philadelphia Is the Next Greece
Philadelphia Is the Next Greece
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Teamsters Withdraw Endorsement of Bryan Lentz
Pennsylvania Conference Won't Support Lentz
Check out my interview of state Rep. Doug Reichley
Video: Interview with Doug Reichley
PA Right to Work PAC Endorses Candidates
The following candidates are endorsed for Pennsylvania's State Senate:
Michael Brubaker (36th Dist.), Matt Connolly (14th Dist.), John Eichelberger (30th Dist.), Mike Folmer (48th Dist.), Rhashea Harmon (8th Dist.), Frank Scavo (22nd Dist.), Steve Urban (14th Dist.), and Michael Waugh (28th Dist.)The following candidates are endorsed for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives:
John Bear (97th Dist.), Steve Bloom (199th Dist.), Tom Bogar (153rd Dist.), Scott Boyd (43rd Dist.), Rob Ciervo (31st Dist.), Paul Clymer (145th Dist.), Jim Cox (129th Dist.), Tom Creighton (37th Dist.), Bryan Cutler (100th Dist.), Gordon Denlinger (99th Dist.), Alex Dubart (20th Dist.), Joe Emrick (137th Dist.), Garth Everett (84th Dist.), Mark Gillen (128th Dist.), Glen Grell (87th Dist.), Seth Grove (196th Dist.), Doyle Heffley (122nd Dist.), Sue Helm (104th Dist.), David Hickernell (98th Dist.), Dave Huffman (83rd Dist.), Rob Kauffman (89th Dist.), Fred Keller (85th Dist.), Mark Keller (86th Dist.), Daryl Metcalfe (12th Dist.), Ron Miller (93rd Dist.), Dan Moul (91st Dist.), Kathy Rapp (65th Dist.), Doug Reichley (134th Dist.), Todd Rock (90th Dist.), Curt Schroder (155th Dist.), Stan Saylor (94th Dist.), Justin Simmons (131st Dist.), RoseMarie Swanger (102nd Dist.), and Will Tallman (193rd Dist.)From a The Pennsylvania Right to Work PAC press release:
The Right to Work PAC supports incumbents and challengers, Democrats and Republicans — a diverse group of candidates who share a desire to help Pennsylvania's economy and individual citizens by passing legislation guaranteeing every wage earner's right to hold a job regardless of union membership or support.
It is the Unions and the union entitlement mentality which justifies taking from those who have built and created profitable, productive businesses and, in particular, the monopoly government unions, who are driving Pennsylvania to bankruptcy.
This election is critical to the future of Pennsylvania just as a Right to Work law is critical for economic growth in our Commonwealth. We believe these candidates provide the best hope for a better tomorrow in Pennsylvania.
Monday, October 18, 2010
Gun-control group backs Onorato for governor
Corbett, who is endorsed by the NRA, is a staunch defender of gun rights. Onorato backs gun-control measures.
That's why he has been endorsed by CeaseFirePA, a liberal advocacy group pushing for more gun-control measures against law-abiding Pennsylvania gun ownners.
From the CeaseFirePA press release endorsing Onorato:
Since May, Onorato has distinguished himself as the clear gubernatorial choice for Pennsylvanians concerned with the rising tide of gun violence in Commonwealth. Onorato has been one of the strongest voices in Pennsylvania for closing the Florida Gun Loophole. By contrast, Tom Corbett has refused to address the issue of gun violence – both as a candidate and as Pennsylvania's Attorney General. In a televised debate on October 16th, Corbett and Onorato sparred over how to address the Florida loophole. While Corbett once again dismissed the issue, "I don't believe there is a Florida loophole," Dan Onorato addressed it head on: "I don't need the Department of Agriculture in Florida telling me who should carry a gun in Pennsylvania."Read more about CeaseFirePA efforts to punish gun owners for the failed liberal policies of Democratic mayors at the group's website.
Need a flu shot?
America's Currency Crisis is Now Underway
Sunday, October 17, 2010
The Spin Zone
Pennsylvania Banking Department Announces Quarterly Report on Enforcement Actions
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Obama Is Watching
State Police Renew Program Aimed at Arresting Impaired Drivers
Friday, October 15, 2010
Judicial Watch Uncovers New Documents Detailing Pelosi's Use of Air Force Aircraft
Heartland Institute: Aftermarket and Recycled Parts Don't Need Excessive Government Regulation
Study Finds China's Extensive Government Intervention as Reason for its Unprecedented World Growth in Steel Production
Thursday, October 14, 2010
National Law Enforcement Museum Breaks Ground
Older Americans Blast Congress Over a 'Zero' Social Security COLA for 2011
Hey, you've just been rescued from a mine shaft after 70 days! What are you gonna do?
Nancy Pelosi sticks taxpayers with $2.1M for luxury travel
From an article in The Washington Examiner:
"Pelosi's abusive use of military aircraft demonstrates a shocking lack of regard for the American taxpayer and the men and women who serve in the U.S. Air Force. Speaker Pelosi may have a frequent flyer record for taxpayer-financed luxury jet travel," said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.Read the full story at the newspaper's website.
Toxic Red Sludge
Check out my interview of state Senate candidate Bill Wallace
State Rep. Dave Reed: Big Decisions Ahead for Pennsylvania
State Rep. Dave Reed - Big Decisions Ahead for Pennsylvania
Throwing the book
Sen. Rafferty to salute veterans
The patriotic celebration, scheduled Oct. 30 from 8 to 10 a.m., will feature a keynote speaker and breakfast, and will honor the men and women who served and continue to serve in the armed forces.
For more information, or to register for the event, contact Sen. Rafferty’s office at 610-831-8830.
Due to the capacity of the building seating is limited and only those veterans who have pre-registered will be admitted. (More than 350 attended last year's event.)
Deadline for registration is Oct. 26.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
The Thrill Is Gone
Obama's job approval ratings among college students, which was at 60 percent a year ago, has dropped to 44 percent, according to an n Associated Press-mtvU poll released today.
From The Associated Press:
An Associated Press-mtvU poll found college students cooling in their support for President Barack Obama, a fresh sign of trouble for Democrats struggling to rekindle enthusiasm among many of these newest voters for the crucial midterm elections in three weeks.For more poll results, click here.
Forty-four percent of students approve of the job Obama is doing as president, while 27 percent are unhappy with his stewardship, according to the survey conducted late last month. That's a significant drop from the 60 percent who gave the president high marks in a May 2009 poll. Only 15 percent had a negative opinion back then.
TheDC Analysis: Republicans will take the Senate
TheDC Analysis: Republicans will take the Senate | The Daily Caller - Breaking News, Opinion, Research, and Entertainment
Auditor General: PA Leadership Must Step Up, Fix Flawed Charter School Funding Formula
Video: Q&A with Tom Quigley
Video: Q&A with Tom Quigley - pottsmerc.com
Sestak wants more government spending
Violent and Property Crime Rates Declined in 2009
Poll: 5 Senate seats in play for majority
The five contested races are California, Illinois, Nevada, Washington and West Virginia.
Republicans could take the majority depending on the five toss-up races.
Election 2010: Senate Balance Of Power
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
My interview with Bob Dodge
Video: Q&A with Bob Dodge - pottsmerc.com
Top U.S. Scientist Exposes 'Global Warming Scam'
Professor Lewis raises doubts about the global warming hoax that many in the scientific community are perpetuating.
'Global Warming Scam' - IBD - Investors.com
Labels: Global Warming
Out-of-control federal spending
And what do we have to show for the record government spending? Record unemployment, record home foreclosures, record deficits, a record number of Americans collecting food stamps, a record number of Americans living in poverty.
The national debt has risen by $2.7 trillion under Obama, passing $13 trillion ... and will continue to rise under Obama's spending projections.
Stop the madness on Nov. 2 by voting out every Democrat on the ballot.
Federal Government Holding Drilling Permits Hostage
New AAA Website Offers One-of-a-Kind Resources to Empower Parents, Teen Drivers
ElectionDayTeaParty.com Launches 'Cash-for-Candidates'
America Remains the Most Admired Country Globally
America Remains the Most Admired Country Globally in the 2010 Anholt-GfK Roper Nation Brands Index(SM)
Unemployment Among Older Adults Stuck Near Record Highs
Monday, October 11, 2010
Berks Tea Party hosts 'Candidates Night' on Oct. 13
Candidates for Pennsylvania governor, US Senate from Pennsylvania, Congressional districts in Berks County and the Pennsylvania Legislature have been invited to attend.
Among the candidates confirmed are: Rep. Joe Pitts, Rep. Tim Holden, State Sen. David Argall, State Sen. Mike Folmer and State Reps. Mark Gillen, Dave Maloney, Mike Tobash, Jerry Knowles and Doug Reichley.
To reach the Calvary Community Center, head south on Lancaster Avenue (Business 222) from Route 422, make the sixth left turn at J&S Auto and look for the signs.
For more information, call 610-927-7034 or e-mail: email@example.com
You can also visit the group's website at www.berksteaparty.org
Video: We Can Do Better
A comprehensive look of the failed Rendell policies of the past 8 years that left Pennsylvania bankrupt and cost 600,000 jobs. Rendell's tax-and-spend agenda was rubber-stamped by Democrats who control the state House by a 104-99 margin. That could change Nov. 2.
Labels: Pennsylvania Legislature
Retirees form new Montco Tea Party
Retirees form new Montco Tea Party (interactive) - pottsmerc.com
Nat Hentoff: Obama takes spying on US citizens to a new level
Obama takes spying on us to a new level - pottsmerc.com
Labels: Barack Obama
How many times can Joe Sestak get it wrong?
How many times can Joe Sestak get it wrong? - pottsmerc.com
Labels: Joe Sestak
Specter & Sestak - Together Again
Social Security: No COLA in 2011
Social Security: no COLA in 2011 - CSMonitor.com
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Video: Recovery Summer
Friday, October 8, 2010
No change, No hope, No jobs
More than 15 million Americans remain unemployed and another 10 million are underemployed as the Obama Recession heads into its 20th month.
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele released the following statement:
"Seventeen consecutive months with higher than 9% unemployment represent the final verdict on the failed economic policies of this White House and the Democrat Congress as voters head to the polls. President Obama and his left wing allies on Capitol Hill have spent trillions of taxpayer dollars with nothing to show for it but a mountain of crippling debt and chronic joblessness. 95,000 more jobs lost provides further evidence that their agenda of more spending, higher taxes, and bigger government is only fueling more economic uncertainty and making it harder to put Americans back to work. After nearly two years of weak leadership and broken promises, the American people will go to the polls in less than a month and reject this Administration’s economic mismanagement."
Tea Party Participation Up As Election Nears
Obama Tax Hikes: What's Their Excuse?
New Federal Help for Pennsylvania Homeowners Struggling with Unemployment
Nearly 1 in 4 Democrats Believe GOP Will Win Control of the Senate
Obama critics need not apply
Lawmakers may disconnect cell phone driving bill
Lawmakers may disconnect cell phone driving bill - pottsmerc.com
Labels: Pennsylvania Legislature
Obama's Tax Hike: The Movie
Thursday, October 7, 2010
From Bad to Worse Under Democrats
My interview with Rep. Mike Vereb
We talk about property taxes, the 2nd Amendment, Welfare funding, pension reform, the state's fiscal woes under Gov. Ed Rendell and tolling Route 422.
Click here for the link to the video.
Heckavu job, Rahm
Obamacare firesale: 3 Catholic hospitals for sale in Pennsylvania
Obamacare fire sale: Three Catholic hospitals for sale in Pennsylvania | Washington Examiner
October surprise: Gallup reports unemployment at 10.1 percent
October surprise: Gallup reports unemployment at 10.1 percent | Washington Examiner
Stop 422 Tolls website launches
The site is also critical of Democratic state Rep. Paul Drucker, who is the only Pennsylvania lawmaker so far to advocate tolling one of the busiest highways in the state.
Drucker is a freshman House member who represents the 157th District. Route 422 travels through some of the communities in the district.
The website includes an online petition asking visitors to oppose the tolling of Route 422.
From the home page:
Maybe State Rep. Paul Drucker believes we don't already pay enough taxes. Maybe State Rep. Paul Drucker believes traffic on Route 422 isn't bad enough already, and could use a few toll booths to slow things down a bit more. Maybe State Rep. Paul Drucker believes people who use Route 422 won’t mind paying for the privilege of driving on that road.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
My interviews with Trivedi, Kaufman
Watch videos of interviews with Trivedi, Kaufman - pottsmerc.com
Report: Bumper Crop of Ballot Measures Could Signal Major Fiscal Policy Shifts
"Sometimes the most influential entries on ballots aren't the names of candidates, but the names and numbers of measures," NTU State Government Affairs Manager John Stephenson said. "The Taxpayer's Perspective not only informs citizens about issues that could affect their states and communities, it also identifies trends that help to identify the national mood on fiscal policy. Those trends will live on long after the parties tally their wins and losses."
You can download a free copy of the report by following the link below:
Bumper Crop of Ballot Measures Could Signal Major Fiscal Policy Shifts, Report Finds
Gallup poll: Democrats face bloodbath on Nov. 2
GOP holds wide lead among likely voters in latest Gallup poll - The Hill's Blog Briefing Room
PA Auditor General Jack Wagner Says Flawed Charter School Formulas Costing Taxpayers Millions
An omen for Obama?
Labels: Barack Obama
PA Preserves 1,434 Acres of Prime Farmland to Benefit Consumers, Environment and Economy
Pennsylvania Department of Aging Unveils Oral History Project to Celebrate Older Adults, People with Disabilities Living Independently
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Times Have Changed
The Rendell Legacy
How rotten? Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner last week noted that spending during Rendell's term ballooned by about 33 percent, nearly twice the rate of inflation, and that he'll leave the next governor with a budget hole of $5 billion.Read the full editorial, "Rendell's legacy: Crippling profligacy," at the newspaper's website.
Legislature taking step backward in open-records laws
Send incumbents a message on Nov. 2. It's your money. You have a right to know how it's being spent.
Check out the editorial at the link below:
Legislature taking step backward in open-records laws - The Mercury
Monday, October 4, 2010
It's Just Not Working With Paul Kanjorski
RINOs invade Pennsylvania
GOP-controlled state Senate lurches left - The Mercury
Top 10 Pennsylvania zip codes for direct stimulus funding
I could be wrong but it sure looks like the "stimulus" package was a sneaky way to pay back all the Democratic votes who put Obama and Pelosi in power.
Top 10 Pennsylvania zip codes for direct stimulus funding - The Mercury
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Citizens scrimp as government spends
Citizens scrimp as government spends - The Mercury
Proud Socialists March at Left-Wing Protest
Single-Payer Coming Under Obamacare
Single Payer Coming Under Obamacare - HUMAN EVENTS
One Trillion Attend 'One Nation' Rally
One Trillion Attend One Nation Rally - HUMAN EVENTS
Friday, October 1, 2010
Governor Rendell Announces Resignation of Homeland Security Director
Radical Environmental Group Advances Agenda Through Violence
Congress Passes Resolution Calling on Turkey to Protect Religious Sites in Occupied Cyprus
Newspaper: Legislators target Right to Know
Legislators target Right to Know - Washington Greene PA Editorial Opinion - www.observer-reporter.com
Libertarians target 89 Congressional incumbents for defeat on Nov. 2
Libertarians challenge 89 TARP-supporting incumbents in Congress