Monday, October 27, 2014

'The Greek Secret'

Critics: Democratic PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane puts politics first

Critics claim state Attorney General Kane puts politics first

PA Gov. Tom Corbett vows to protect coal industry against job-killing Obama/Wolf agenda

Corbett vows to protect coal industry at Armstrong County rally

Guest colum: Once is Too Often for Crime Victims

PA State Rep. Mike Vereb - Once is Too Often for Crime Victims

Gov. Corbett predicts re-election win on November 4

The pundits, pollsters and liberal media have written him off, but Gov. Tom Corbett is confident Pennsylvania voters will give him a second term.

Gov. Corbett claims internal polling shows him closing in on Tom Wolf | Local News - WTAE Home

Obama's Next 'Fear' Summit


Newspaper questions Democrat Kathleen Kane's competence as PA attorney general

Reversing Kane: Questions of competence

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Weekly Republican Address: TX-23 Challenger Will Hurd

Democrat Tom Wolf wants to expand welfare rolls if elected Pa. governor

Wolf says he'll end food-stamp asset test if elected governor

Ryan Costello endorsed by Philadelphia Inquirer

Here's a mild surprise. The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pennsylvania's largest newspaper but with a left-leaning editorial board, has endorsed Republican Ryan Costello for Pennsylvania's 6th Congressional District. There's no doubt that Costello is far more qualified than his Democratic challenger, but the Inquirer endorses Democrats 99 percent of the time.

Read the full endorsement editorial here.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Whistleblower: Obama blocking voter roll cleanup

Whistleblower: Obama blocking voter roll cleanup

Government twits on the prowl for 'subversive' tweets

Government twits on the prowl for 'subversive' tweets

Unions Bankroll Candidates on the Backs of Taxpayers

If you're wondering who is bankrolling Democrat Tom Wolf's bid for
Pennsylvania governor, it's public-sector unions (and they expect to get
paid if Wolf becomes governor.) 

Unions Bankroll Candidates on the Backs of Taxpayers

Democrat Tom Wolf Finally Releases Tax Returns: Reports $1.3M in 2013

Wolf reports $1.3M in 2013 income - WHTM Harrisburg, Pa.

VP Joe Biden's son thrown out of the Navy for cocaine use

Why Hunter Biden will get away with being thrown out of the Navy for cocaine use. | RedState

Thousands of Obama government workers paid to sit home

Paid leave: the government 'punishment' that only hurts the victims | Human Events

Monday, October 20, 2014

Andrew Klavan: Helping the Pro-Obama Media Learn From the Past

Pa. Supreme Court Justice McCaffery, a Democrat, suspended in email porn scandal

State Supreme Court Justice McCaffery suspended in email porn scandal

Poll: Two-Thirds Say America ‘Out of Control' Under Obama

Politico Poll: Two-Thirds Say America ‘Out of Control’ | Truth Revolt

Democrats Walk Out During Obama Campaign Appearance

People Walk Out During Obama Campaign Appearance | Truth Revolt

Not Paying Enough Taxes? Elect Tom Wolf Pa. Governor

Democrat Tom Wolf: Elect me Pa. governor before I tell you how much I will raise your taxes

Candidate for governor Wolf won't pinpoint tax increase figures

Voters poised to hit brakes on Obama, Dems

Salena Zito: Voters poised to hit brakes on Obama, Dems

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Tom Wolf severence tax would hurt Pa. county budgets

Pennsylvania counties have received millions of dollars from the natural gas industry in the form of "impact fees" in recent years but Democrat Tom Wolf, who is running for governor, wants to impose new taxes on the industry, which would reduce the impact fees or eliminate them entirely. Wolf's plan would funnel more money into public education (already getting $10 billion from the state) but would reduce money for county and municipal governments.

Earlier today, State Rep. Tom Murt, R-152nd Dist.,, Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce Castor and former Montgomery County Commissioner Tom Ellis held a press conference on the steps of the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown to discuss the benefits of the impact fee in Montgomery County.

The presentation was one of 50 that took place across Pennsylvania as part of the "Commonwealth Day of Truth" campaign organized by the Republican Party of Pennsylvania.

Democrat Worth Millions Plays Poor in New Campaign Ad

Dem Worth Millions Plays Poor in New Campaign Ad

Gov. Tom Corbett speaks to the Digital First Media editors