Wednesday, April 18, 2018

CENSORED! How Online Media Companies Are Suppressing Conservative Speech

CENSORED! How Online Media Companies Are Suppressing Conservative Speech

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Receives $8 Million from Government Union PACs

Gov. Wolf Receives $8 Million from Government Union PACs: Gov. Wolf Receives $8 Million from Government Union PACs

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Antony Davies & James R. Harrigan: How politicians use the federal income tax

Antony Davies & James R. Harrigan: How politicians use the federal income tax

Watch Tony Phyrillas on Journalists Roundtable on PCN

Seated from l-r: Tony Phyrillas, Michael Rellahan, Brian Lockman and Phil Heron.
"Journalists Roundtable" host Brian Lockman sits down with Pottstown Mercury Editor Tony Phyrillas, Delaware County Daily Times Editor Phil Heron and West Chester Daily Local New Courthouse/Politics Reporter Michael Rellahan to discuss changes to Pennsylvania’s Congressional districts, growing concern over the Sunoco Mariner East 2 pipeline and the Pennsylvania governor’s race. "Journalists Roundtable" is a weekly 30-minute program on the Pennsylvania Cable Network, which is carried on cable systems across Pennsylvania. The most recent episode was taped Wednesday at The Mercury in Pottstown and will air Thursday, April 19, at 7 p.m., and again on Sunday, April 22, at 9 p.m. Check your local listing for the Pennsylvania Cable Network channel in your area.

Monday, April 02, 2018

Berks among counties with most distracted driving in Pennsylvania

As someone who drives Berks County roadways on a daily basis, I can attest to the distracted drivers on the roads. What is so important that they have to check their damn phones while behind the wheel?

Berks among counties with most distracted driving citations - WFMZ

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Monday, February 05, 2018

The History of Gov. Wolf's Tax Hike Attempts

The New York Times’ Fact-Check Fail

The New York Times’ Fact-Check Fail: The NYT’s “fact-checking” article on Trump’s SOTU address deserves special ridicule.

Drunk Driver Who Killed NFL Player an Illegal Deported Twice

Drunk Driver Who Killed Indianapolis Colts Player a Two-Time Deportee: On early Sunday morning, Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson, 26, and his ride-share driver were killed on Indianapolis’s Interstate 70 when a black Ford F-150 driven by a drunk driver rammed into them as they stood on the emergency shoulder.  The driver of the truck had a blood-alcohol level that was almost twice the legal limit and was driving without a license. He attempted to flee the scene on foot but was arrested by police. The driver identified himself as 37-year-old Alex Cabrera Gonsales, but that’s an alias. His real name is Manuel Orrego-Savala.

Drunk Driver Who Killed NFL Player an Illegal Deported Twice

Drunk Driver Who Killed Indianapolis Colts Player a Two-Time Deportee: On early Sunday morning, Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson, 26, and his ride-share driver were killed on Indianapolis’s Interstate 70 when a black Ford F-150 driven by a drunk driver rammed into them as they stood on the emergency shoulder.  The driver of the truck had a blood-alcohol level that was almost twice the legal limit and was driving without a license. He attempted to flee the scene on foot but was arrested by police. The driver identified himself as 37-year-old Alex Cabrera Gonsales, but that’s an alias. His real name is Manuel Orrego-Savala.

NFL Ratings Continue to Drop

The NFL has a real problem on its hands and it's one it created by allowing players to use games for protests. Today's headlines: Super Bowl Least-Watched Championship Since 2009 and Viewership for Super Bowl LII on NBC fell 7.1% from 2017