Monday, April 30, 2012

Young Hit Hard by the Obama Economy

The voting blocks that overwhelming went for Obama in 2008 - the young, women and blacks - are the ones suffering the most from Obama's failed policies. Will they make the same mistake in 2012?

Infographic: Young Hit Hard by the Obama Economy | Republican Study Committee (RSC)

The Public Pension Time Bomb

Obama: Success is overrated

Pennsylvania DEP Announces Air Quality Awareness Week

Gov. Corbett Releases Statement on Trainer Refinery Announcement

Your Daily Dose of Liberal Media Bias

MSNBC Attacks Ann Romney For Having Multiple Sclerosis?!

Last week, a liberal comic made fun of conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer, who is paralyzed. This week, a liberal anchor makes fun of Ann Romney's battle with MS. Stay classy, my liberal friends.

MSNBC's Bashir Attacks Ann Romney.... For Having Multiple Sclerosis?! |

Traditional Graduation Garb

California to middle class: Drop dead

Obama holds more fundraisers than his 5 predecessors combined

Amazing that President Obama has found time to fix all the problems he promised to fix when he spends so much time fundraising ... or on vacation.

Obama holds more fundraisers than his 5 predecessors combined - HUMAN EVENTS

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Columnists: Extend Violence Against Women Act

Check out this op-ed by Congressman Pat Meehan and Montgomery County Distrrict Attorney Risa Ferman:

Extend Violence Against Women Act

Rally to end Pa. school property taxes

Taxpayers will rally in Harrisburg on May 7 to demand an end to school taxes in Pennsylvania.

Join May 7 rally to end Pa. school property taxes

Weekly Republican Address: Is It Too Late To Save America?

House Speaker John Boehner Smacks Down Democrats on Phony 'War on Women' Hysteria

White House officials visit 130 universities, learn nothing

Top 10 examples of government workers behaving badly

Friday, April 27, 2012

Barack Obama, The Road We Really Traveled

Newspaper: Philly Democratic Party bosses urge voters to defy voter ID law

From the editorial page of The Mercury:
THORNS to some Philadelphia Democratic Party committee members who urged voters to refuse to show identification to poll workers as part of Tuesday’s test run for the new voter ID law in Pennsylvania. The law has its drawbacks, particularly for older voters and the low-income, but that doesn’t justify those who are part of the political process encouraging voters to disobey it. Philadelphia already has a reputation for voting irregularities. We would hope those who work within the electoral system would also work to make it better and never discourage voters from legally participating.

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Columnist: Obama doesn't deserve the student vote

The college students who overwhelmingly voted for Barack Obama in 2008 are suffering the most under his failed policies. Will they wise up before the next election?

Obama doesn't deserve the student vote - HUMAN EVENTS

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Should the president be 'cool' or competent?

Outdoor Farmers Market to Open May 1 at PA Farm Show Complex

'Life and Faith in Ancient Times' Exhibit Coming to Franklin Institute

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Rally for Property Tax Independence in Harrisburg

David Baldinger, administrator of the Pennsylvania Taxpayers Cyber Coalition, has issued the following press release on an upcoming rally at the State Capitol in Harrisburg for push for the elimination of property taxes in Pennsylvania:

Monday, May 7, is a critical date for the Property Tax Independence Act.  On that day prime sponsors Rep. Jim Cox and Sen. David Argall, other members of the General Assembly who support our efforts, and taxpayers from across Pennsylvania will gather in the Capitol Rotunda in Harrisburg for a rally to declare our independence from the tyranny of property taxes.

What: Capitol Rally for Property Tax Independence
When: Monday, May 7
Time: 10:00 AM
Where: The State Capitol Rotunda, Harrisburg

This event is tremendously important to our efforts.  We need to demonstrate to the Governor and to the Harrisburg lawmakers, in the most passionate manner possible, that we have had enough of ineffective property tax “relief” measures and that we will only settle for the complete elimination of this onerous and unfair tax through the enactment of House Bill 1776 and Senate Bill 1400, the Property Tax Independence Act.

If you believe in and support the total elimination of the school property tax through the Property Tax Independence Act your attendance at this rally is vital!

This will be a major media event that will help to publicize far and wide the news of the Property Tax Independence Act.  Masses of taxpayers will make a huge impression, so please make every effort to be present for this historic rally.  Bring your friends and neighbors, arrange car pools, spread the word as widely as possible, and do all you can to show your support.  A flyer promoting the rally that you can print to post or distribute is available at the link below.

Some groups in various areas of the state have arranged for bus transportation at reasonable rates.  The list of bus trips and the areas they serve are available on the PTCC website at

We absolutely need you to attend!  Feel free to bring signs, too, but be sure to not attach them to sticks – they’re not allowed in the Capitol.

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Super PAC ad mocks Obama as 'celebrity president'

Obama Solves Illegal Immigrant Problem

Newspaper: Voice your support for property tax reform

Join the letter-writing campaign to eliminate Pennsylvania property taxes.

Voice your support for property tax reform

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Vice President David Petraeus?

NLRB 'Working Overtime' to Boost Unions, Attorney Warns

PA Insurance Department Announces Quarterly Enforcement Actions

Gov. Corbett Highlights Collaboration in Battling Cybercrime

'If I wanted America to fail'

Newt Gingrich: Big Labor Tramples Employee Rights

Obama campaigns on taxpayers' dime

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

U.S. Jail Population Declines for Third Consecutive Year

High Wire Act

Gallup: Romney tops Obama with religious voters

PA Cyber Charter School begins enrolling students for 2012-13 school year

Gov. Corbett Announces $115M Investment in Water Infrastructure Projects in 17 Counties

Pa. Republicans Welcome Longtime Democrat Tom Smith Under Big Tent

It's official. A 30-year Democrat by the name of Tom Smith will be the Republican candidate to challenge incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Bob Casey Jr.

Smith, who billed himself as a "conservative," defeated the Republican Party-endorsed Steve Welch, who finished third in a five-man race.

Party leaders were quick to embrace Smith under the Republican big tent.

U.S. Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) released the following statement supporting Smith:

"I'd like to congratulate Tom Smith on a hard-fought victory and endorse his candidacy. Tom is a self-made man from humble origins who understand the value of hard work. His understanding of job creation and his vast private sector experience is exactly what our government needs right now. I look forward to supporting his candidacy in the coming months."

Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Rob Gleason issued the following statement:

"I congratulate U.S. Senate candidate Tom Smith, Attorney General candidate David Freed, Auditor General candidate John Maher, and State Treasurer candidate Diana Irey Vaughan for their victories tonight and we are excited to help elect them in November."

"We have an incredible Republican grassroots network in Pennsylvania and I am excited to unite and focus on delivering big wins for our entire Republican team. We look forward to supporting Mitt Romney and all of our Republican candidates as we keep Pennsylvania red in November."

No word on Gov. Tom Corbett's reaction to Welch's embarrassing defeat.

Corbett, according to sources, insisted the party back Welch over better-known candidates like former state Rep. Sam Rohrer, who finished second in Tuesday's voting.

The Welch debacle is the latest political kiss of death involving Gov. Corbett, who has a habit of backing losing candidates.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Romney wins Pennsylvania

Mitt Romney has been declared the winner of the Pennsylvania Republican primary. He's won four of the five states where Republicans voted today. New York polls closed at 9 p.m. Will Romney sweep?

Giving Newt A Push

Romney wins Delaware primary

The Associated Press reports Mitt Romney has won the Delaware Republican primary. Romney is 3-for-3 so far tonight. Pennsylvania and New York results still not out. Romney expected to speak at 9 p.m.

PA State Police to Accept Expired, Unwanted Prescription Drugs

Voter ID gets lots of love on Pa. primary test run

Romney wins Conn., R.I. primaries

The Associated Press has declared Mitt Romney the winner in the Connecticut and Rhode Island Republican primaries. Results from three more states - Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York, still to come.

Pennsylvania Joins Fight Against Cyber Threats

Doggie Bag for Mr. Obama

Pennsylvania Game Commissioners Adopts 2012-13 Seasons and Bag Limits

Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission Approves 15 New State Historical Markers

Obama should read new book on Constitution

Report Released on Future of Pennsylvania's Community Colleges

The real pros at wasting money

Suppose they gave an election and nobody came?

Voter turnout in my precinct was pathetic today. You could hear a cricket chirp in the municipal building where the voting booths were set up. I was the only voter in the building at 1 p.m. and there was nobody behind me when I left. An election worker told me it's been like that all day. And for those Democrats concerned about delays under a new Pennsylvania law that requires a photo ID to cast a ballot, showing my ID took a whopping 5 extra seconds.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Obama's come-uppance

PA Secretary of Aging Helps Launch Berks County 'Senior Center Without Walls'

Obama Solves Another Problem

It appears Obama has inadvertently solved the illegal immigration problem by making the U.S. economy so bad ... by killing off so many U.S. jobs that even illegals don't want to come here. 

More Mexicans returning home, fewer immigrating to U.S. –

Bad Poll Numbers

Lawmakers protest plan to axe 10,000 National Guard jobs

Columnist: 3 races to watch in Pennsylvania Tuesday

Black Conservative Mia Love Wins Utah GOP's 4th Congressional District Nod

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Sen. Roy Blunt Delivers Weekly GOP Address: Obama Doesn't Care About Economic Fairness

Emails Show Dems Stuffed OH and PA Ballot Boxes in 2008

Top 10 Obama flimflams

PA Department of Health Stages Three-Day, Full-Scale Emergency Exercise

Friday, April 20, 2012

Krauthammer: Obama Kills Space Program

Victoria's Secret Service

The Big Fail: How's Obama Working For You?

School workers file for unemployment on breaks

Boston Most Expensive Destination in the United States

In honor of Earth Day

PA DEP Awards Grants for Environmental Education and Stewardship

Columnist: We can't hide from Obama’s NSA

Columnist Nat Hentoff on Obama's latest violation of the Constitution and the corrupt liberal media's unwillingness to expose the assault on freedom: "How many Americans know that as of September 2013, all of us engaged in any form of communication will be subject -- with the approval of President Barack Obama and the silence of Congress -- to continuous tracking and databasing by the National Security Agency"

Read the full column at the link below:

We can't hide from Obama’s NSA

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Thursday, April 19, 2012

See you Friday at Montgomery County Community College

Tony Phyrillas, The Mercury's award-winning political columnist and blogger, will be the featured speaker at the Seventh Annual Healthy Lifestyles Expo Friday, April 20, at Montgomery County Community College, 101 College Drive, in Pottstown.

Phyrillas, pictured here with state Rep. Tom Quigley, R-Montgomery, will be taking part in a Q-and-A session from 11 a.m.-11.:45 a.m., followed immediately by a free lunch. (Get there early for a seat; last year, 570 lunches were served.)

The Expo, co-sponsored by Rep. Quigley, Montgomery County Community College, the TriCounty Community Network and The Mercury, runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Along with more than 80 participating vendors, other Expo highlights include free caricatures by Alan MacBain, The Mercury's award-winning editorial cartoonist; musical performances by the Pottstown Middle School Woodwinds Ensemble and Pottstown High School Show Choir; as well as five cash drawings for $100 each.

All programs, health screenings, demonstrations and entertainment are free to the public. Parking is also free.

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Obama solidifies title as Food Stamp President

The Obama Legacy: On average, 45 million people received SNAP benefits each month in fiscal year 2011, which represents a 70 percent increase over the roughly 26 million people (or one of every 11) who received benefits in 2007. A new report says more Americans will rely on food stamps through 2014.

CBO | An Overview of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

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'Secret' Service

Columnist: Is the Labor Department playing politics?

Pennsylvania Jobless Rate Falls Slightly To 7.5%

PA Gov. Corbett Announces Canadian Manufacturer to Relocate to Montgomery County

Teacher upset she can't retire at 47

I bet she's also a big supporter of Obama.

Teacher upset she can't retire at 47 - HUMAN EVENTS

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The 'Jimmy Buffett' Rule

Pundit: Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes could go Republican in 2012

Democratic Sen. Webb Slams Obama Leadership

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Abortion lobby targets GOP candidate in 134th House Dist.

Voters in Lehigh and Berks counties should be aware that the Planned Parenthood abortion-on-demand lobby is spending heavily to influence a state legislative race in an attempt to intimidate anti-abortion candidates.

Voters should be concerned that out-of-state special interests are running a propaganda campaign to prevent the Legislature from enacting tighter controls over abortions in Pennsylvania in the wake of the Philadelphia abortion clinic scandal.

Republican Ryan Mackenzie is the reform candidate for the 134th House District seat formerly held by Rep. Doug Reichley.

For more on Planned Parenthood's campaign, see

For more information about Ryan Mackenzie, check out his campaign website,

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Gallup: Romney: 48% - Obama 44%


Gov. Corbett Announces Nominations, Appointments

Photo ID Not Required for April 24 Pennsylvania Primary

Gov. Corbett Announces 2012 Environmental Excellence Awards Winners

National Debt Has Increased $5 Trillion Under Obama

Obama is now the $5 Trillion Man - He has increased the national debt by more than $5 trillion in just three years. Can we afford a second term? How worthless will the U.S. dollar be after Obama is through with us?

The $5 Trillion Man: Debt Has Increased Under Obama by $5,027,761,476,484.56 |

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

More BS from NBC

PennDOT Launches New Safety Effort, Highlights Distracted Driving

IRS: 98,000 federal employees owe $1B in back taxes

Perhaps President Obama should stop the gimmicks like the "Buffett Rule" and work on collecting back taxes owed by all those government employees in Washington.

Sen. Brown: Bill targets tax scofflaws in Congress


Federal Workers Make Nearly Twice Private Sector Compensation

New book exposes the gap between the rich (government workers) and the poor (taxpayers).

Federal Workers Make Nearly Twice Private Sector Compensation

NewsBusted 4/17/12

Columnist: Obama's Tax Return Is a Masterful 'Political Document'

MADD: 25% of Teen Drinkers Get Alcohol from a Parent or Family Member

Why nothing changes in Harrisburg

Tired of the lack of accomplishments by Pennsylvania lawmakers? Voters have themselves to blame.

If you're wondering why nothing changes in Harrisburg, here's an interesting fact reported by The Associated Press: 10 state senators and 85 state representatives face no opposition in the April 24 primary election, and the other 133 districts will in most cases be contested only in November. Just four sitting senators and 28 incumbent representatives have an opponent in the primary.

In Pa. legislative primary, good year for incumbents

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Happy Tax Day!

Gov. Corbett Appoints Career FBI Agent to Lead PA Homeland Security

PA Announces Disciplinary Actions Against 120 Licensed Professionals

Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year Semi-Finalists Selected

Gallup Poll: Romney 47% - Obama 45%

Monday, April 16, 2012

Sen. Toomey on Buffett Rule 'gimmick'

Gov. Corbett Ceremonially Signs Small Games of Chance Bill

Eric Holder Is Short on Facts As He Opposes Voter ID Laws

Obama adviser David Axelrod makes case for Mitt Romney for President

DEP Invites Schools, Students to Join Fight Against Litter

PA Certifies $782.5M for Statewide Property Tax Relief

A bit short of the $1 billion former Gov. Ed Rendell guaranteed.

Budget Secretary Certifies $782.5 Million for Statewide Property Tax Relief

Rep. Joe Pitts Tours Brenntag North America's Reading, Pa., Facility

9 Pennsylvania residents prosecuted for Welfare fraud

From 'Hope' to Hypocrisy: Excuses, Excuses

Top Obama advisor endorses Romney for President

Obama's brain inadvertently endorses Mitt Romney for president.

Top Obama advisor endorses Romney for President - HUMAN EVENTS

Editorial: 'Tilted' property taxes a serious issue in Pa.

Pennsylvania newspapers are getting behind House Bill 1776 to eliminate school property taxes. Make sure your state legislator supports the bill before you go to the polls on April 24.

EDITORIAL: 'Tilted' property taxes a serious issue in Pa. -

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Newspaper: Voice your support for property tax reform

Pennsylvania taxpayers need to get behind House Bill 1776 if they want to see school property taxes eliminated.

Voice your support for property tax reform

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Saturday, April 14, 2012

Top 10 miscarriages of the Obama Justice Department

Weekly Republican Address: An alternative to Obama's failed energy policies

Friday, April 13, 2012

Crossroads knocks Obama in coal states with new radio ad

Chester County declares ban on open burning

The Chester County Board of Commissioners has declared a ban on open burning for all Chester County residents and businesses, effective immediately.

From a press releases issued Friday afternoon:

The temporary 30-day ban is based on current weather conditions and forecasted conditions, as well as the recent wildfire in French Creek State Park. Gusting winds, combined with dry fields and forests have made conditions extremely unstable for open burning.

Open burning of any combustible material out-of-doors in either a burn barrel (screened or unscreened), fire ring or on the ground is banned. This includes the burning of garbage, leaves, grass, twigs, litter, paper and vegetation from land that has been cleared.

The lack of green foliage in the spring, little rainfall, low humidity and sunny, windy days have increased the chances of forest and brush fires spreading. The William Penn Forestry District 17, which covers Chester County, advises on its website that conditions today are “extreme”, meaning fires start quickly, spread furiously and burn intensely.

“The Forestry District may elevate these conditions to “Red Flag Warning” over the weekend, indicating that critical fire weather conditions are either currently occurring or will shortly be occurring,” said Robert Kagel, Chester County Department of Emergency Services Deputy Director for Emergency Management.

For more information on fire conditions for wildfires and open burning, go to the Pennsylvania Fire Wardens Association District 17 website,


End of the road

Komen Begins Funding Planned Parenthood Again

Bishops Issue Call to Action to Defend Religious Liberty

Pennsylvania Department of Health Urges Residents to Join Emergency Volunteer Registry

Columnist: Only voters can stop insidious spread of socialism

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Hilary Rosen quoted Obama on Ann Romney

President Obama's Record on Women

Obama Strategy: Distract Voters

The Obama War on Women goes hot

Elitist Democrats show their disdain for stay-at-home moms.

The Obama War on Women goes hot - HUMAN EVENTS

Michael Barone: Romney trails Obama, but key numbers break his way

Bishops Issue Call to Action to Defend Religious Liberty

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Obama White House pays women less than men

The real war on women is being waged by Barack Obama and Democrats.

From The Washington Free Beacon:

Female employees in the Obama White House make considerably less than their male colleagues, records show.

According to the 2011 annual report on White House staff, female employees earned a median annual salary of $60,000, which was about 18 percent less than the median salary for male employees ($71,000).

Calculating the median salary for each gender required some assumptions to be made based on the employee names. When unclear, every effort was taken to determine the appropriate gender.

Obama White House pays women less than men, records show

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Gov. Corbett Issues Flag Order to Honor Fallen Philadelphia Firefighters

PA Department of General Services to Auction Vehicles April 16

Hundreds of PA Small Businesses Receive Online Help

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Study: Newspapers Dominate Local Web Newspaper sites made up 16 of the top 25 slots in The Media Audit's ranking of top local online media properties, but television sites are gaining strength taking three of the top five spots — including the top two sites overall.

Study: Newspapers Dominate Local Web


The real war on women

The real war on women has been waged by Barack Obama and Congressional Democrats over the last 3 years: Women account for 92.3% of the jobs lost under Obama.

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Obama Out On A Limb

Study: Obamacare would raise deficit by $340 billion

Your Daily Dose of Liberal Media Bias

Columnist: We need voter ID laws

Turnpike Farmers Markets Open to Offer Travelers a Taste of Pennsylvania

NewsBusted 4/10/12

NRC schedules meeting on Limerick nuclear plant safety

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has scheduled an open house regarding the agency’s annual assessment of safety performance for Exelon Nuclear’s Limerick Generating Station.

The open house is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, at the Limerick Township Municipal Building, 646 W. Ridge Pike, Limerick.

The public will have an opportunity to learn from NRC staff members about the plant’s safety performance during 2011 and the NRC’s oversight of the facility. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss plant-related topics on a one-on-one basis with NRC inspectors assigned to the plant and their NRC Region I supervisor.

From and NRC press release:

According to the NRC, the Limerick plant operated safely during 2011. Regarding Unit 1, all findings were of very low safety significance). Therefore, for the rest of 2012, Limerick Unit 1 will receive the very detailed inspection regime used by the NRC or plants that are operating well.

Limerick Unit 2, however, will receive additional oversight from the agency this year as a result of receiving a “white” (low-to-moderate safety significance) inspection finding involving inadequate procedures related to the operation of two main feedwater system valves.

“Our expectation is that Exelon will thoroughly address the issues that contributed to the ‘white’ inspection finding finalized for Limerick late last year. Ensuring that occurs will be a focus for the NRC in 2012,” NRC Region I Administrator Bill Dean said. “Looking back on 2011, our inspectors spent time checking on whether there were any immediate safety concerns at U.S. nuclear power plants following the March events at the Fukushima Daiichi facility in Japan. Those reviews indicated the plants remained safe for continued operation.”

An NRC team inspection is planned for the week of June 11 at the plant to review the company’s root cause and contributing cause evaluation for the problems; its assessment of potential similar issues; and its corrective actions to prevent a recurrence.

In 2011, the NRC devoted approximately 5,260 hours of inspection to the Limerick plant under its normal reviews.

Routine inspections are carried out by the two NRC resident inspectors assigned to the plant and by inspection specialists from the agency’s Region I Office in King of Prussia.

Among the areas of performance at Limerick to be inspected this year by NRC specialists are activities associated with radiological safety, the plant’s problem identification and resolution program, emergency preparedness and the facility’s implementation of a voluntary industry initiative to address potential degradation of underground piping.


Monday, April 9, 2012

April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month

Gov. Corbett Signs Juvenile Justice Reform Package

Extra Evening, Saturday Assistance Available to Help Late-Season Pa. Tax Filers

Nude maid service may be against the law

Texas authorities are cracking down on Lubbock Fantasy Maid Service, which offers cleaning by nude or semi-nude cleaning people.

It's a bit pricy at $100 an hour but customers say the nude or topless cleaners do a nice job.

Nude maid service may be against the law - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Obama's branches of government

‘War on women’ rhetoric a smokescreen by Democrats

Columnist Kathryn Lopez blows the whistle on Obama's latest attempt to distract voters from his failed presidency.

‘War on women’ rhetoric a smokescreen by Democrats

Planned Parenthood 'the Lindsay Lohan of nonprofit organizations'

Why would a nonprofit organization like Planned Parenthood turn down a $500,000 donation?

Because PP isn't about helping women find affordable health care. It's all about pushing a far-left political agenda.

From columnist Gil Spencer:

The main reason that PP doesn’t need Tucker’s lousy five hundred grand is because it already gets hundreds of millions of dollars from YOU, the American taxpayer. Every single year. Tucker’s half a mil is chump change to the billion-dollar, taxpayer-subsidized operation that is Planned Parenthood.

Gil Spencer: Planned Parenthood aborts donation

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Obama's $1 Million Pizza Party In Detroit!

The party of the rich sure knows how to throw its money around.

President Obama’s $1 Million Pizza Party In Detroit! « CBS Detroit

Nowhere to go

Obama tries to get one guy a job, and fails

Black Fly Aerial Spray Program Coming To Berks County

PA Banking Department Announces Enforcement Actions

Obama Ushers In $4 Gas

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Dems Turn Passover Into Obama Worship

Weak jobs report could spell trouble for Obama's reelection bid

From The Hill newspaper:
The Labor Department reported that the economy added 120,000 new jobs in March, falling well short of the more than 200,000 that had been expected. The unemployment rate dropped from 8.3 percent to 8.2 percent, but that decline came mostly from people giving up on their job searches.
Weak March jobs report could spell trouble for Obama's reelection bid - The Hill's On The Money

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Painkiller sales soar around U.S. to deal with pain Obama has caused

Can you blame Americans for turning to painkillers to deal with the world of hurt Obama has put on us?

Painkiller sales soar around U.S., fuel addiction

Weekly Republican Address On Obama's Lack of Leadership on Energy

Friday, April 6, 2012

PG-13 Rating Granted for 'Bully' by MPAA Without Cutting Crucial Scene

Santorum's Last Stand?

Resentment lingers in Pa. from Santorum's 2006 loss

Obama 2012 Strategy: Change the subject and attack

AFP Lists Pennsylvania Top Bloggers

Americans For Prosperity - Pennsylvania has a convenient list of links to Pennsylvania's Top Bloggers, including yours truly. Check out the list at the AFP Pennsylvania website.

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Thursday, April 5, 2012

New MRC Special Report on 25 Years of Anti-Religion Bias: 'Secular Snobs'

Opening Day 2012

Your Daily Dose of Liberal Media Bias

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Pa. House approves measure to reduce Legislature

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted 140-to-49 Wednesday cut its own chamber from 203 seats to 153, and reduce the state Senate from 50 members to 38. Is there something in the water in Harrisburg? Why would 140 politicians agree to possibly eliminate their own jobs? I have a bad feeling this bill will never make it out of the Senate.

Pa. House approves measure to reduce Legislature

Romney: Obama a 'hide-and-seek president,' concealing real agenda

Obama's Ultimate Goal: $9 Gas

Flood-stranded drivers face $500 fine under Pa. bill

You know those idiots who try to drive through standing water and end up getting stuck, forcing police and fire departments to waste resources on them? A new law being consider in Pennsylvania will impose a $500 fine on the knuckleheads.

Flood-stranded drivers face $500 fine under Pa. bill - ABC27 WHTM

FACT CHECK: Obama’s incomplete history lesson

Nearly 1,000 Nevada gov't workers in the $200K club

Public service can be very rewarding.

Nearly 1,000 Nevada workers in the $200K club in 2011

Flexible Enough?

71st Annual Peabody Awards Winners Announced

PennDOT, Turnpike, State Police Stress Work Zone Safety

Real Obama Unemployment Rate Is 15.1 Percent

Newspaper: Obama flunks constitutional law

Despite Denials From Dems, Investigation Uncovers Massive Voter Fraud in Florida

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Pa. Republicans waving white flag against Sen. Bob Casey Jr.?

Tom Smith and Steve Welch, two of the leading candidates seeking the Republican nomination to challenge incumbent Democratic Sen. Bob Casey Jr. are former Democrats.

Welch has admitted publicly that he voted for Barack Obama in 2008.

Another candidate, former Berks County state Rep. Sam Rohrer, has had to defend his voting record in the Legislature over 18 years, including a controversial vote in 2005 to raise the pay of state politicians.

Even though Casey is vulnerable for his support of the Obama agenda (98% support for Obama), he has plenty of money stockpiled and is favored to win re-election because of the GOP’s struggles to find an opponent who can unify the GOP base.

Pa. Republicans to pick challenger to Sen. Bob Casey Jr.

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Putting U.S. Debt Into Perspective

PA Slot Machine Revenue For March Sets Record At $233M

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Sen. Bob Casey Voted 98% With Obama

All My GOP Children

New poll has Santorum leading in Pennsylvania

Primary voters in Wisconsin, D.C. and Maryland head to polls

Columnist: Democrats make sure our public schools fail

Democrats have the same "solution" for our failing schools: Pump more taxpayer money into them. It hasn't worked in the past 50 years, so why keep doing the same thing?

Democrats make sure our public schools fail

Monday, April 2, 2012

PA Department of Education: 199 school districts want to raise taxes above legal limit

Obama vs. Madison

Pennsylvania Begins Online Auctioning Surplus Property

Columnist: Protecting ALL workers’ rights

The debunker: Think ObamaCare will save lives? Think again

Obama Has Started The Meter

State Rep. Jim Cox Unveils Property Tax Independence Act

If you're tired of paying property taxes in Pennsylvania, get behind the Property Tax Independence Act. All 203 members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and 25 of the 50 state Senators are up for re-election this year. Don't support them unless they support HB 1776. 

State Rep. Jim Cox - Cox Unveils Property Tax Independence Act