Thursday, November 29, 2012

Property Tax Select Committee Issues Report

Pa. pension cuts could hit state workers, teachers, politicians and judges

Herbert Hoover Obama?

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

PA Congressman Joe Pitts Chairs Hearing on Preventing Medicare Waste and Fraud

'Poverty' pays better than middle-class employment

Congress considers Elvis Presley Day

Grover Norquist: Pledge wavering Republicans are Democratic pawns

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

First Christmas Card of the Season

I love Christmas lights. They remind me of the people who voted for Obama. They all hang together; half of them don't work, and the ones that do, aren't all that bright.


Conservative Groups' Letter to Lame Duck Congress: Keep Your Promises

Some Republicans in Congress are considering abandoning their "no tax hike" pledge so they can get along with Obama. If they make a deal with the Devil, there will be consequences, according to a conservative women's group.

Conservative Groups' Letter to Lame Duck Congress: Keep Your Promises: Independent Women's Voice

Meanwhile in Egypt ...

PA House Select Committee on Property Tax Reform To Release Recommendations

Monday, November 26, 2012

Pa. faces $41B in Pension Deficits

Politicians make promises to labor unions in return for votes and campaign contributions, but the money to fund lifetime pensions for union retirees eventually runs out.

Watch Pennsylvania taxpayers get screwed again. It doesn't help that voters continue to return the same members of the permanent political class to Harrisburg every election.

From a report in Bloomberg by Romy Varghese:
Pennsylvania's two public pensions face a combined shortfall of $41 billion, and their costs will consume 62 percent of fiscal 2014 revenue growth, according to a report from the state budget office.
The State Employees’ Retirement System has 65 percent of assets needed to cover projected liabilities, and the Pennsylvania Public School Employees’ Retirement System is 69 percent funded, the report said. The plans cover 817,000 people.
Read more about the pension time bomb in Bloomberg.

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George Will: How Big Labor Killed The Twinkie

Oops! Warren Buffett inadvertently makes the case against tax hikes

On The Run

Supreme Court revives challenge to Obamacare

Brandie Kessler Bids Farewell To Mercury Readers

Her byline has been a staple on the front page of The Mercury for more than six years, but reporter Brandie Kessler is leaving Pottstown for a bigger newspaper. Check out her farewell column at the link below.

Reporter prepares for change as she says farewell to Pottstown

Obama faces huge challenge in setting up insurance exchanges

'Giving Tuesday' to Launch Season of Generosity After Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Obama Claus

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Obamacare Meets Reality. Reality Wins.

Pennsylvania lawmakers to make more than $83,800

Friday, November 23, 2012

Philadelphia area tops state in texting-while-driving citations

Potential Corbett challengers line up for 2014

The Death of the Twinkie

Help The Mercury support literacy

Marco Rubio: Perhaps a Hispanic Ronald Reagan?

Thursday, November 22, 2012

The Turkey Twinkie

A real chance to end Pa. school property taxes?

Poll: Tim Tebow tops Obama as nation’s dream Thanksgiving guest


Archbishop Chaput: This Thanksgiving, rekindle the fire of holiness

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Enjoy the $20,000 portraits you bought the ruling class for Christmas

The very first Americans

Losing Your Head

Post-election, Republicans consider rebranding message, demographics

Unionized federal workers want no part of this 'austerity' stuff

Last-ditch effort to save the Twinkie fails

Pa. Legislators Pocketing Your Money?

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Battle Plan

PA National Guard to Host Job Fair for Service Members, Veterans


    PA National Guard to Host Hiring Expo for Service Members, Veterans (via PR Newswire)

       HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Service members and veterans of all military branches and components are invited to a Military Hiring Expo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6, in building 8-80 located at the corner of Service Road and Bearty Avenue, Fort Indiantown…


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An open letter to conservatives

The Three Deadliest Words In The World: 'It's A Girl'

100 members of Congress ask Obama to steer clear of Susan Rice

Pa. Hunters Encouraged To Donate Venison To Help Feed Hungry


    Pennsylvania Hunters Encouraged to Donate Venison to Help Feed Hungry (via PR Newswire)

       HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 20, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Agriculture Secretary George Greig today asked hunters to donate deer meat to the "Hunters Sharing the Harvest'' program, which distributes to Pennsylvania food banks, soup kitchens and pantries. "Hunger affects more than 1.5 million Pennsylvanians…


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Monday, November 19, 2012

Make Love, Not War

Twinkies may be saved

With an eye toward 2016, Rubio Starting Early in Iowa

Why do we keep paying for rebuilding in disaster-prone areas?

Arizona gun shop owner refuses to sell to Obama voters

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Sen. Marco Rubio Delivers Speech in Iowa

Handicapping Pennsylvania's 2014 Gubernatorial Field

Two of Pennsylvania's leading political pundits,  G. Terry Madonna and  Michael L. Young, take a look at the potential field for the 2014 race for Pennsylvania governor.

Politically Uncorrected: Handicapping Pennsylvania's 2014 Gubernatorial Field -

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Top 10 Election Bright Spots For Republicans

Sen. Kelly Ayotte Delivers Weekly GOP Address On Avoiding Fiscal Cliff

Friday, November 16, 2012

Congressional Democrats defend Susan Rice lying to America people

Columnist: Republicans blame everyone but themselves

PA State Rep. Mike Vereb Re-Elected As Republican Caucus Secretary

Why Isn't Sandy Obama's Katrina?

Selective Rage

Petraeus tells lawmakers CIA always saw Benghazi as terrorism

Romney Reminds Us Why He Lost

Dan Rather's Fantasy-Based World

More Obama 'Transparency'

Guest Column: Our Message Has to Be for Every American

By Congressman Joe Pitts
Pennsylvania - 16th District

Whenever a political party loses a major election there is a certain amount of soul searching that goes on. This is a healthy process. If Republicans don’t ask what went wrong and what can be done better next time, we will never move forward.

I am certainly glad that Republicans will continue to lead the House of Representatives. However it is also clear that the American people did not sign on to the vision put forward by our party in the 2012 election. I believe strongly in conservative principles, but we need to think hard about how we turn those principles into concrete proposals and how we show that our ideas will lead to a stronger, more prosperous nation.

Polls before and after the election showed that the American people thought that the Republican nominee would do a better job of running the economy. The economy was the number one issue for most Americans, but it wasn’t the only thing people thought about when they were entering the polling booth.

Caring is critical. The job of president is about far more than budgets and spreadsheets. The decisions that have to be made cannot always be reduced to numbers and data. The American people want a president who is thinking about them on a personal level. Exit polls showed that President Obama had an 11 point lead on the question of which candidate was more in touch with the American people.

This reminds me of the famous, “Who would you rather have a beer with?” question from the 2000 election. George W. Bush won that tongue-in-cheek poll, and also won the election. Despite a privileged upbringing, Bush was able to convince the American people that he would be a caring president.

By contrast, Mitt Romney’s statement about the “47 percent” portrayed himself as a person who thought in figures and numbers and who wrote off voters based on demographics and economics. I don’t know if any politician who writes off nearly half of the electorate could be voted dog catcher, let alone president.

If Republicans want to lead, our message of opportunity and prosperity has to be for every American. We have to make it clear that our policies will benefit citizens from all across the economic spectrum.

Rich, poor and middle class Americans want a fairer nation. I believe that Republican principles of standing up for job creation, opportunity and personal liberty are the best way to raise the standard of living for everyone.

I believe that every American dreams of having more than food stamps, public housing and Medicaid. I know that people who are on these programs dream of a better life for their children. We have to demonstrate that Republican policies are better at providing opportunities for poor Americans to move into the middle class.

Government may be able to provide a safety net, but it will never be able to create the good private sector jobs that build a more prosperous society. Four years ago, we saw the stimulus bill spend nearly a trillion dollars with little effect on employment and no effect on median household income.

The typical American family made 7 percent less in 2011 than they did in 2007. Despite government spending at a record level compared with our GDP, we are in the midst of the weakest economic recovery since the Great Depression. The wealthy continue to do fine, while poor and middle class Americans struggle.

Republicans need to be fighting poverty just as hard as Democrats, but we shouldn’t do it the old, tired way of throwing money into the bureaucracy. An ever expanding federal government hasn’t reduced the poverty rate and hasn’t fixed our broken inner city schools.

Since I came to Congress, I’ve looked for free market solutions to help low income individuals save for college and for their retirement. Over the past year, I’ve been working with other members to promote free market solutions to the problems that keep families in poverty. We can have a powerful message of hope for Americans who are struggling economically, and we don’t need to consider any citizen a lost cause.

NewsBusted 11/16/12

Karl Rove: The Lessons of Defeat for the GOP

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Voter ID works like a charm in Tennessee

What about Pennsylvania? Massive voter fraud was reported throughout Pennsylvania after Democrats and their media allies managed to persuade judges to postpone the state's new Voter ID law.

Voter ID works like a charm in Tennessee | Human Events

To win, Obama sacrifices House, State Legislatures

Four-year sentence

Byron York: For 2016, GOP needs candidate voters believe in

Byron York on what the Republican Party must do to win back the White House in 2016: "Voters want to believe in a candidate. If Republicans find that candidate, they will win."

Can you say Marco Rubio?

Byron York: For 2016, GOP needs candidate voters believe in

Chutzpah! Pa. Dems call for investigation into possible voter fraud

What's this? The Democratic Party, which has mastered the art of voter fraud, wants to investigate potential voter fraud in Pennsylvania. Isn't that like asking the fox to watch the hen house?

Pa. Dems call for investigation into possible voter fraud - abc27 WHTM

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Congressman Ron Paul's Farewell Speech to Congress

'Buzz' off the air: Local AM station WBZH 'goes silent'

It's been downhill for this radio station (formerly WPAZ) ever since "Talking Politics with Tony Phyrillas and Mike Pincus" went off the air. Coincidence?

'Buzz' off the air: Local AM station WBZH 'goes silent'

Liberal columnist: Obama under the delusion of a second-term mandate

Inside Obama's America: Record number living in poverty

Pointing Fingers

Rand Paul Wants to Revamp GOP

Berks County Commissioners will propose property-tax hike

'Toxic' Pelosi Clings to Power Among Congressional Dems

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

PA State Rep. Tom Quigley concedes 146th Dist. race to Democrat

Republican Pennsylvania State Rep. Tom Quigley, who has represented the Pottstown/Limerick areas of Montgomery County since 2005, today conceded in the 146th House District.

Quigley, a popular and highly-regarded state lawmaker, was upset by Democrat Mark Painter on Nov. 6. Since the margin was about 200 votes and absentee ballots were not counted, Quigley refused to concede the race.

But after absentee ballots were counted by Montgomery County officials, the gap remained about 200 votes. 

Quigley said he spoke to Painter earlier in the day in Harrisburg, where Painter was attending an orientation session for newly-elected legislators.

Quigley also issued the following statement:
In light of the completed count of all absentee ballots, it is clear that the people of the 146th District have spoken and they have elected Mark Painter as their next Representative. I saw Mark in Harrisburg today, shook hands, congratulated him and wished him well.
I would like to take this opportunity to say what a great privilege and pleasure it has been to represent the people of the 146th District. In the past eight years my staff and I have had the chance to meet and serve numerous people in our community. My district office staff; Karen, Joan and Veronika and my Harrisburg staff; Lauren, have provided outstanding service to the many people who have sought our help on numerous issues. I know I speak for them in saying that we will miss that daily interaction and the opportunity to truly make a difference in people's lives.

My district office will be closing at the end of November when my term officially ends. My staff will be contacting those with outstanding issues to direct them to the appropriate person.

Again, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the people of the 146th District for allowing me to serve as your representative.
 Although he hasn't decided on his future yet, Quigley would not rule out another run for the state Legislature to reclaim his House seat in 2014.

John Hawkins: Mitt Romney Lost, Not Conservatism

Columnist: Obama 2.0: Back where we started

Republicans should resist becoming ‘Democrat-lite’

All-electronic tolls planned for Pa. Turnpike

Monday, November 12, 2012

Obama's Idea of Security

Columnist: Obama under the delusion of a second-term mandate

Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus, a longtime supporter of Barack Obama, isn't thrilled with Obama's demeanor since the Nov. 6 election:
The biggest mistake President Obama could make now is to arrogantly overinterpret the election results.
One of the dumbest things politicians do in the aftermath of elections is to claim a mandate.
Even dumber is when they actually believe it. And re-elected presidents are especially susceptible to the mandate delusion.
Mr. Obama ... don’t fall victim to the mandate delusion

Obama won, U.S. lost

Obama Proposed Cutting Benefits to Military Personnel

Michael Barone: Obama wins by going negative and turning out base

Final House Breakdown by Party: Republicans, 234; Democrats, 201

Robert Samuelson: It's the Welfare State, Stupid

Now that the election is over, it's OK for liberals to discuss the welfare state Barack Obama has created to control mindless Democrats.

It's the Welfare State, Stupid

Another victim of Benghazi-gate?

No prayer for Pa. school board after threat from atheists

A Lancaster County, Pa., school board has stopped a longtime tradition of opening its meeting with a prayer after an atheist group threatens to sue.

No prayer for board at Elanco

Sunday, November 11, 2012

The 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month

George Will: No change, no hope with Obama's reelection

Obama Claims A Mandate, But I See Red

Florida Vote Twist: More Ballots Than Voters

The Democratic Party has mastered the art of voter fraud.

TRR: Florida Vote Twist: More Ballots Than Voters - Washington Times

Pennsylvania VFW State Commander: Veterans deserve our support and gratitude

Friday, November 9, 2012

Columnist: Election over, it's time to get governing

Berks County battery maker to lay off 150 workers

The Obama recession continues ... expect many more job layoff announcements as Obama continues digging a hole the U.S. economy can never recover from.

Exide to lay off 150 workers

Next Exit: Greece

Romney did better than expected in Pennsylvania

Santorum: Election should've been about more than economy

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Obama Lost Every State With Voter ID

No wonder Democrats fought so hard to overturn or delay voter ID laws in various states, including Pennsylvania. Can Democrats ever win an election without resorting to voter fraud?

Check out this post at Pat Dollard.

Also check out the original post at The American Third Position

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'The Framing of Joe Paterno' Mini-Movie

Ann Coulter: Don't blame Romney

Claims about flood-damaged cars aren't true

Scenes from Obama's America

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

A dose of reality for the Obamas

Lurching toward Socialist Europe: Death of a 'center-right' nation

The only bright spot in an otherwise awful day for Pennsylvania GOP

If you're looking for a bit of good news from Tuesday's shellacking Republicans took in Pennsylvania, the Republican Party did pick up a Congressional seat held by a Democrat and now have 13 of the state's 18 Congressional seats.

Without Obama on the ticket, Democrats have no chance of retaking any of the 13 seats in 2014.

And don't be surprised if Bob Casey resigns from the Senate to run for Pennsylvania governor in 2014, so Democrats wasted their vote on Senator Zero. Unless Ed Rendell decides to get back into politics, Democrats don't have any viable candidates for US Senate, so Pennsylvania could end up with both Senates seats held by Republicans heading into the 2016 elections.

Good day for Pa. Dems, but GOP keeps control

Let's get back to Libya

The brutal truth for the GOP and the conservatives: The electorate has shifted

Rep. Quigley Won't Concede Until Absentee Ballots Are Counted

We may have a 'Dewey Defeats Truman' headline in the works in a Montgomery County state Legislature race.

Area state lawmaker Tom Quigley, who has held the 146th House district since 2005, wants 1.200 absentee ballots counted before he concedes a projected Election Day loss by 200 votes to his Democratic challenger.

Rep. Quigley: Still in it

Michael Barone: I was wrong – where it counted

The United States of Obamastan

Wake me up in 2016 ... if there's a country to wake up to.

Stupid won on Tuesday. Stupid is no way to go through life.

And imagine the mess Barack Obama will inherit in his second term.

We learned on Election Day that 50% of the people are happy with record unemployment, record use of food stamps, record gas prices, record poverty.

They're OK with a president who lies to them all the time ... and leaves Americans to die at the hands of terrorists.

Half the voters on Tuesday took their "revenge" on the rest of the country, plunging us deeper into debt, doubt and despair.

We have become Greece.

When the rioting starts, the mob won't care if you supported Obama or not.

Status Quo Ante

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

President Obama Hopes Half Empty Is Half Full

Obama: I Have A Concession Speech Ready

A silent protest in Pa. over voter ID?

I was in line with about 10 people waiting to cast my ballot today and almost everyone in line had their driver's licenses out and handed them to the polling officials. The people manning the polls did not ask to see an ID and there were signs outside the polling site saying "No Photo ID Required" and fliers inside the polling site with the same message. But almost everyone in line was willing to show a photo ID.

My take on the matter: A silent protest by Pennsylvania residents against the Democratic Party and its media allies who fought so hard to delay the state's common-sense Voter ID law for this election.

Polls show two-thirds of Pennsylvania residents support the state's Voter ID law.

By the way, with a photo ID to see the correct spelling of the person's name, the poll workers were able to find names quicker in the voter rolls and the line moved quickly. So much for the Democrats' claims that showing an ID would delay people voting.

Columnist: Throngs at Romney rally could predict Tuesday's outcome in Pa.

Obama's Katrina: New York City Struggling to Recover

Join Tony Phyrillas for a live Election Day chat at 7 p.m.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Your Choice On Election Day

Romney winning independents 59%-35%

If Obama wins, he will unleash EPA to destroy coal industry, thousands of jobs

Voter Fraud Hotline Set Up in Pennsylvania

46 newspapers switch endorsements to Mitt Romney

Dozens of U.S. newspapers that endorsed Barack Obama for president in 2008 have switched their support to Mitt Romney in 2012.

The list of 46 newspapers that switched their endorsements to Romney includes The Des Moines Register, the Orlando Sentinel, Florida’s Sun Sentinel, the Wisconsin State Journal, the Houston Chronicle, The Tennessean, the Los Angeles Daily News, Newsday and the New York Daily News.

Many of the newspapers have liberal leanings, but most admit they can't support Barack Obama after four years of failure and broken promises. Most also believe Mitt Romney has the only sensible approach to help restore the U.S. economy.

Read more here.

The New York Sun Endorses Romney for President

Four of the five daily newspapers in New York City have endorsed Mitt Romney for President.

The Sun's Palm Card

How To Report Voter Fraud

The nonpartisan watchdog group True The Vote is gearing up for Tuesday's election.

Concerned citizens are encouraged to report any incidents outside of polling locations using True the Vote’s official Election Integrity Hotline. Citizens may submit incidents over the phone by calling 855-444-6100. Descriptions and photos should be directed to True the Vote will verify credible reports and submit those appropriate local authorities.

For more information, visit the group's website here.

America’s top military leaders support Romney

2008 Libertarian Party nominee warns of 'dire necessity' to defeat Obama

Benghazi a barometer on Obama's incompetence

5 Reasons To Vote For Mitt Romney

Columnist: Benghazi investigator too biased to find truth

President Obama owes nation answers on Benghazi attack

Obama's plan all along was to cover-up his administration's handling of the attack on the American embassy in Libya until after Election Day to avoid any accountability with the American people. You can send him a clear message on Nov. 6 that lying to the American people is not acceptable.

Editorial: President Obama owes nation answers on Benghazi attack

Join Tony Phyrillas for a live chat on Election Day

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Panic: Bill Clinton to Pennsylvania for four rallies on Monday

A new poll of Pennsylvania voters released Sunday shows Romney tied with Obama in Pennsylvania and a huge crowd attended a Romney rally in suburban Philadelphia.

With the Keystone State set to give Mitt Romney a win on Tuesday, the Obama campaign is turning to Bill Clinton to try to save Obama one last time. Too little, too late?
Panic: Clinton to Pennsylvania for four rallies on Monday - Human Events

New York Daily News Endorses Romney

The ultra-liberal New York Daily News becomes the fourth New York City newspaper to endorse Mitt Romney for president. (Only the New York Times held out. Surprise, surprise).

From the New York Daily News:

The presidential imperative of the times is to energize the economy and get deficits under control to empower the working and middle classes to again enjoy the fruits of an ascendant America.

So The News is compelled to stand with Romney.

Read the full endorsement editorial at the newspaper's website.

Uncle Mitt Needs Your Vote

Huge crowd greets Romney in Pennsylvania visit

Newsday Endorses Mitt Romney

Another major newspaper that backed Barack Obama in 2008, has endorsement for Mitt Romney.

Newsday says: Had Barack Obama done the job of president with the same passion and vision he displayed in seeking it, he would likely deserve another term. He did not.

Read the full editorial at the newspaper's website.

Democrat Gigi Georges, former Hillary Clinton aide, is voting for Romney

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Obama in panic over losing Pa., calls in Bill Clinton to salvage campaign

Guess who's worried about losing Pennsylvania?

After a Saturday visit by Paul Ryan to the central part of the state and a scheduled Sunday campaign stop by Mitt Romney to the Philly suburbs, the Obama campaign wants to phone-a-friend.

How worried is Obama about losing the Keystone State? Enough to call in Bill Clinton to shore up his sagging campaign in Pennsylvania.

The Obama campaign announced late Saturday (I'm talking really late - nearly 11 p.m. Saturday) that Clinton would make four campaign stops for Obama in Pennsylvania on Monday.

That's a lot of campaigning by the former president with a bad heart on behalf of the current occupant of the White House.

President Clinton will speak at rallies for the Obama-Biden ticket in Philadelphia, Blue Bell, Pittsburgh and Scranton.

Why the panic?

In addition to the surprise visit by Romney to Bucks County on Sunday, the Republican National Committee announced a $3 million TV ad buy in Pennsylvania. The Karl Rove-backed super PAC American Crossroads also launched a major TV ad campaign in Pennsylvania last week.

Obama's road to re-election could collapse in Pennsylvania if he doesn't carry the state on Tuesday.

WOW! 30,000-35,000 Turn Out to See Romney-Ryan in Ohio

Mitt Romney Delivers Weekly GOP Address

Top 10 reasons to vote for Romney

Investor's Business Daily Endorses Romney For President

Investor's Business Daily, one of the nation's leading business publications, has endorsed Mitt Romney for president, saying Gov. Romney offers the leadership this country desperately needs afour four disappointing years under Barack Obama.

From the newspaper's endorsement editorial:
Because we have a president bent on radically changing America in ways few of us want, Tuesday's vote will be the most important most of us will ever cast. Fortunately, a challenger has stepped forward with the experience, capabilities and character to save the country at this time of peril.

The nation needs a president who understands how business works; enter Romney of Bain Capital. It needs someone who knows how to turn around a failing enterprise; enter Romney of the Olympics. It needs someone who can work across party lines to get things done; enter Romney the Republican governor of Massachusetts.

Of course, it's a big jump from Boston and Salt Lake to gridlocked Washington, or from private equity to the broken global economy. There's never anything quite as big as the presidency. But Romney is as ready as anyone could be. And if we've learned anything about him by now, it's that he has a way of rising to the occasion.
Read the full editorial at the newspaper's website.

Lifelong Democrat 'proudly voting' for Mitt Romney

Friday, November 2, 2012

Obama's war on coal takes toll on jobs in Ohio, Pa.

Ending The Obama Spending

Michael Barone predicts Romney victory on Tuesday

Another dismal jobs report under Obama

Vote Like Your Children's Future Depends On It

Meehan, Badey trade jabs in 7th District Congressional Dist. debate

Romney to visit Bucks County on Sunday

You’re Invited to a Victory Event with
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& the Republican Team!

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All attendees will go through airport-like security and should bring as few personal items as possible. No bags, sharp objects, umbrellas, liquids, or signs will be allowed in the venue. Cameras are permitted.

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Iowa Newspapers Agree: Romney Best Choice For President

Jobless rate rises to 7.9 percent in October

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Romney will campaign in Pennsylvania Sunday

Might be time for the Obama campaign to panic. If he loses Pennsylvania, it will be a landslide for Romney. And the fact that Romney feels confident about winning states in the Midwest and will spend time in Pennsylvania on the even of Election Day does not bode well for Obama's re-election chances.

Although the Romney camp has not announced the location yet, my bet is somewhere in Bucks County. You want to stay close to Philadelphia to take advantage of the Philly TV market and Romney already has Chester and Delaware counties wrapped up. Montgomery County is still a question mark, but Bucks is where Romney needs to do well on Nov. 6.

Romney will campaign in Pennsylvania Sunday - The Hill's Ballot Box

Phones Are Working Again

Benghazi cable outlines deteriorating security situation leading up to Sept. 11

John Fund: Voter fraud more common than you think

John Fund of The Wall Street Journal is the author of a book about the growing problem of voter fraud in the United States. Ask yourself why Democrats are fighting so hard to prevent Voter ID laws if voter fraud doesn't exist.

Voter fraud is no myth -- it's more common than you think - Human Events

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Secretary Of Business

Tagg Romney visits Paoli