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Farewell Message from Congressman Rothfus

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Keith Rothfus official photo

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 […]

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Andy Schlafly’s Review of Hearing

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I testified on Wednesday in Pennsylvania against the Convention of States resolutions SR133 & 134, during a hearing before its Senate State Government Committee.  The Convention of States resolutions are dead for the rest of the session!   There was an overflow crowd of standing room only, and Chairman Senator Mike Folmer did a superb […]

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Political Discourse in the Classroom

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EDUCATION Pa. GOP chair blasts Central HS teacher for ‘liberal indoctrination’ by Kristen A. Graham Val DiGiorgio, chairperson of the Pennsylvania Republican Party and a 1985 graduate of Philadelphia’s storied Central High, is concerned. A teacher at his alma mater is engaging in “liberal indoctrination,” DiGiorgio said in an interview Wednesday. He appealed directly to […]

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The Politicization of the Court

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 Senator Ben Sasse does a nice job of explaining how Congress has ceded its power and thus contributed to the erosion of our system of government.    Brett Kavanaugh has been accused of hating women, hating children, hating clean air, wanting dirty water. He’s been declared an existential threat to the nation. Alumni of Yale […]

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Progressive Vets Campaign for Lamb in PA

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Progressive vets, gun control advocates join forces on the campaign trail By Alex Roarty aroarty@mcclatchydc.com Democrats are ready to play offense on the issue of gun control — led by a coterie of veteran candidates competing in competitive districts. A pair of organizations — one led by former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, another that supports progressive […]

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Trump’s not the reason the GOP sputtered in Ohio

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Last week, Republican Troy Balderson struggled to beat Democrat Danny O’Connor in a House special election in suburban Columbus — an Ohio district the GOP has held for decades and President Trump won by 11 percentage points two years ago. (The race — still too close to call with a margin of 1,564 votes — […]