Featured

Consider The Abolition of Man

For all of you willing to take the challenge, gather all of your intellectual ammunition and learn about C.S. Lewis’ thoughts on

The Abolition of Man

Editorial

RAJA Steps Down as RCAC Chair

RAJA ANNOUNCES INTENTION TO STEP DOWN AS RCAC CHAIR
Decision provides next Chair additional time to prepare for important 2020 Presidential Election

GREENTREE, PA – Local businessman and community leader, D. Raja, today announced he will step down from his volunteer service as Chair of the Republican Committee of Allegheny County (RCAC) on June 29, 2019, or sooner if the election to select the new Chair can be scheduled and held.

Raja’s decision will provide the next RCAC Chair additional time to prepare for the important 2020 Presidential Campaign since he did not intend to see reelection as Chair. This same advantage was provided by Raja’s predecessor, Jim Roddey, when he stepped down prior to the end of his term during the 2016 cycle.

“Leading the Republican Party in Allegheny County and working with our entire RCAC team including all local chairs and committee members has been an honor …
Read More

Primary Election Results

To see your 2019 May Primary Results?

See results here

Upcoming Activities

  1. Leadership School Training Program

    June 8 @ 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
  2. North Hills RC Spring Luncheon

    June 8 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
  3. 9th Annual Family 5K

    June 15 @ 8:15 am - 10:00 am
  4. 400 Years of the Black Experience in America

    June 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Specials

HB 286: Informed Consent Protection Act

HB286, primary sponsor, Representative Daryl Metcalfe, is legislation that upholds parental rights by requiring fair and equal access to medical treatment for children.  The legislation guarantees that children residing in the Commonwealth receive medical treatment irrespective of their vaccination status and removes the ability and incentive of healthcare providers to discriminate against families who may have opted to delay or decline vaccinations for medical, religious or philosophical reasons. 1) A healthcare provider or facility may not refuse treatment to a child whose parents have opted to decline or delay one or more vaccines. 2) A healthcare provider or facility may not require a patient or guardian to sign self-incriminating waivers as a condition for treatment. 3) A healthcare provider or facility may not accept a financial incentive from insurance or pharmaceutical companies for vaccinating patients or maintaining a certain quota of vaccinations. Denying medical care to American children is a serious moral consideration as is the idea of mandating by force of law that Americans be injected with any organism or matter. There is much to be discussed, learned and considered on this topic as science, and those who declare it, are no less fallible than the rest.  While we ...
Read More

Legislative Corner

Pressing issues deserving our attention. Visit the Legislative Corner page to see more...

National Scene

Toomey helps shrink the Ex-Im Bank and no one notices

The only thing harder to roll back than big government is big government wrapped up with big business, and few outfits in Washington have been as impervious to reform as the Export-Import Bank. But the forces of light have been prevailing over the crony capitalists for a brief moment, if GOP reformers in Congress can extract changes.

The debate concerns nominees for the board of directors at Ex-Im, which subsidizes companies that export and sticks ...
Read More

State Side

Who’s going to pick Pennsylvania’s Judges? HB 111

HB 111, sponsored by Republican Representative Paul Schemel, proposes introducing a constitutional amendment to change how Supreme, Superior and Commonwealth Court judges are chosen.  Versus appearing on the ballot for selecting by voters, a 13 member “Nominating Commission” would be convened by appointments from the Governor, the General Assembly and Commonwealth employees.

Who is better suited for selecting our judges for the Commonwealth? The electorate or the Pennsylvania State leadership?

Please read the memorandum on ...
Read More

History Bite

Occupy Wall Street, Open Borders, Moter-Voter Law: where do these ideas come from and what is their purpose?  Understanding the Cloward and Piven Strategy will shed light on these otherwise senseless policies. 

Read our researched piece on The Cloward and Piven Strategy: A Plan to mobilize the poor to collapse the federal government and usher in an omnipotent welfare state.

Special Thanks to the Author: Ann Murphy

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Do you remember New York City in the 1980s? The once thriving metropolis was deemed the “Rotten Apple” with an unprecedented wave of drugs and violence, resulting in residents fleeing the city in record numbers – all because the city was bankrupt. Many say that it was mismanagement by city officials; however, the true reason is because of the Cloward-Piven strategy.

Both Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven (his wife) were well educated, radical progressive activists; inspired by and linked to other well-known progressive activists such as Bill Ayers and Saul Alinsky. Cloward served in the U.S. Military, and received a B.A. from University of Rochester (’49), and later his Ph.D. in sociology from Columbia University (’58); starting as an assistant professor at Columbia’s School of Social Work in 1954, he taught …
Read More

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required

QVGOP Think Tank

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.

So begin here…..What do you think of...