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Farewell Message from Congressman Rothfus

Dear Friends,

I cannot thank everyone enough for their support of my campaign this year, as well as the last eight. You have enabled me to have the great honor of serving in the United States Congress. From the bottom of my heart, thank you. Through your efforts to put me in office, we have turned our economy around, helped veterans, fought for the dignity of life at all stages, and addressed the key issues of our time such as opioid addiction. I do not know what my future holds, but we must all continue to promote and defend the foundational principles of our country that are in the Declaration of Independence and Constitution. While I had hoped for a different result yesterday, I am trusting in God for my next steps.

God bless you, and God bless America.

Keith


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Upcoming Activities

  1. Luncheon Lecture: The Clinton Impeachment

    December 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  2. FOAC Christmas Party

    December 9 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
  3. RCAC Annual Christmas Party

    December 13 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Support Our Community

What is the Child Health Association?

The Child Health Association in Sewickley was founded in 1923 to foster the welfare of children in the Quaker Valley community.  The original goal of the organization was to raise sufficient funds to provide students with milk at school.  The association has raised funds over the years in various unique ways including house tours, garden tours, antique auditions, a cookbook and more.  This year’s fundraiser is the Ruby Slipper Romp Play and Ball.  The play promises to be an amusing evening casted with 35 local citizens. Thursday November 15th, Friday November 16th and Saturday November 17th  Edgeworth Club For tickets, order here or for questions, contact Julia Sanders at 412-741-0237. Join parents, friends and neighbors for a fun evening supporting children in our community. See you there! ...
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Legislative Corner

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National Scene

Senator Toomey Official Portrait

Response from Senator Toomey on the caravan

October 25, 2018

Dear Mr. Napoli,

Thank you for contacting me about the security of our nation’s southern border. I appreciate hearing from you.

America has long benefited from immigration and the contributions of those who have come to this country willing to work hard and seek a better life. Nearly every American has some connection to our immigrant history. My own grandparents emigrated here from Ireland.

At the same time, like many Americans, I ...
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State Side

The Truth About HB 2060

By Joshua Prince, Esq.
Prince Law Offices, P.C.
October 4, 2018

The Truth About HB 2060 That YOUR Representatives Don’t Want You To Know

Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Senate passed HB 2060 (Prime Sponsor Marguerite Quinn, Republican Bucks), after declining to amend it to address the plethora of constitutional and statutory issues with it, while certain Senate and House Members misled other Members of the General Assembly and the public regarding it. Although all Members of the ...
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History Bite

Sarah Buell Hale loved the ritual of Thanksgiving.  Mrs. Hale was a writer publishing a novel in 1827 which described in great detail the physical and sentimental manifestation of a family feast.  She describes a table draped in bleached white damask preparing the household event where every child had a seat for the occasion.  She describes the honor of a man to sit at the head of a copious Thanksgiving dinner before his large family;  the farmer being particularly proud of the display of abundance and prosperity of a season’s worth of work.  She describes the roasted turkey taking its “lordly station” next to the savory stuffing exuding a particularly rich odor of basting.   She describes choice fowl pastries, wine tumblers, huge plum puddings, custards and pies of “every name and description ever known in Yankee land.”  She revered this celebration and went on a determined pursuit to declare it a national holiday.

  Sarah spent many years attempting to draw attention to her crusade.  By 1847 she had convinced the Governor of New Hampshire to appoint Thursday November 25th as a day of annual Thanksgiving in the state but she didn’t stop there.  She continued with her …
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We know our country is changing

We know our form of government is in question

We know we have detached from the US Constitution

We  know reform is needed

Once we are able to talk with each other again

We must discuss how we, as Americans, define the role of government 

Begin to consider issues with that question in mind.

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