Editorials

Senator Toomey to Kick-Off 2019 Pennsylvania Leadership Conference

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(Harrisburg, PA) – United States Senator Pat Toomey will be the kick-off speaker at the 30th annual Pennsylvania Leadership Conference to be held on Friday, April 5th and Saturday, April 6th at the Radisson Penn Harris Convention Center in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. Kimberley Strassel of the Wall Street Journal, and author of the best-selling book […]

Specials

How Dems Plan to Lock In a Majority

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Republicans had better wake up and get involved ~ that means you too Quaker Valley   Democrats are so certain they’ll win the White House in 2020 that they aren’t only measuring the drapes; they’re contemplating an extreme makeover of government that would advance and lock in an ambitious progressive legacy. The 2016 presidential election […]

History Bite

What is the Origin of Post-Modern Thought?

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What is at the heart of our cultural erosion? What is defeating the rule of law? What has happened to our foundation, our traditions, our social norms?  Numerous influences are at play but one of the most potent is the advance of post-modern ideology. This essay seeks only to address the history and basic concept […]

Specials

Here are your candidates

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Written by John Cole, Managing Editor Last night, Democrat Pam Iovino and Republican D. Raja faced off in a debate sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh at Robert Morris University. The two candidates are vying for the open seat in the 37th state Senate District, vacated by Rep. Guy Reschenthaler, who […]

Editorials

Hyperloops?

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By Lowman S. Henry Governments, both state and national, have a primal urge to tinker in our formerly free market economy.  Sometimes governments are moved to such intervention out of ideology, such as the currently in vogue strain of socialism coursing through the Democrat Party.  Intervention is also born of arrogance as elected officials and […]

Stateside

Pittsburgh should stand with Philadelphia in the currency wars

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In this political climate finding points of unity is a little like panning for gold.  While the rally cry isn’t “gold, gold, gold,” it could be “got cash?”  Our eastern brethren have taken the step of officially keeping cash in play in their city.  Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney signed into law a bill introduced by […]

Editorials

Former Republican County Councilman Matt Drozd to announce challenge to County Executive Rich Fitzgerald

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Former Republican County Councilman Matt Drozd to announce challenge to County Executive Rich Fitzgerald It’s official: former County Councilman Matt Drozd is running for Allegheny County’s top political job. He will launch his candidacy Thursday night with a press conference ahead of the Lincoln Dinner for the Allegheny County Republican Committee, according to a press […]

National Scene

A Few Words on HR8 from FOAC President, Kim Stolfer

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Are your fellow gun owners asleep at the switch and oblivious to what is REALLY going on?? Remember, they can’t TAKE our Freedom BUT we can give it away through Apathy and Inaction! In keeping with the theme above, you have probably heard, the U.S. House of Representatives voted on two gun control bills last […]