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'Noble purpose,' terror famine, and continuing influence of the 'greatest liar'

  By Toby Westerman at Renew America Red Famine, the latest book by Soviet/Russian expert Anne Applebaum, skillfully combines the hard facts ...

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Breaking: DOJ Turns Over 1.2 Million Documents Related to 2016 Election to House Intel Committee

 by Jim Hoft /The Gateway Pundit The Department of Justice turned over some of the 1.2 MILLION documents requested by lawmakers this ...

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Tech Totalitarians

"The federal government is no longer the main threat to your privacy and to your freedoms. Big corporations are." By Arnold ...

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Project Veritas Bombshell: Twitter Engineers Explain How They 'Shadow Ban' Conservatives

BY DEBRA HEINE /PJ Media No, you weren't being paranoid. Everything you ever suspected about Twitter censoring right-wing opinions through "shadow bans" is ...

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Uranium One Indictment Unsealed By DOJ

 TIM BROWN —  FreedomOutpost. On Friday, the Justice Department unsealed an 11-count indictment concerning the Uranium One scandal.  Sadly, it did not include former Secretary ...

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Right-to-Work Advocate Blames Unions’ Legal Threats for Loss

Kevin Mooney / @KevinMooneyDC / The Daily Signal  Union members dominate those watching the Sussex County Council hold a hearing on the right-to-work measure ...

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Number of High School Students Who Have Had Sex Drops

Tony Perkins / @tperkins /The Daily Signal Most young people support saving sex for marriage. Most of them don't like the idea of ...

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White House Doctor: President Trump in 'Excellent Health'

WILLIAM STEAKIN | IJR Nicholas Kamm /Getty Images Following his first physical exam since taking office, the White House physician pronounced President Donald Trump to ...

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The dangerous case of Bandy Lee: Examining the mental health of the mental health examiners

By Linda Goudsmit at Renew America The Democrats are desperate. They have been trying to derail, discredit, and destroy President ...

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Here’s the History of the 25th Amendment

Jarrett Stepman / @JarrettStepman /The Daily Signal Activists are calling for using the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office. (Photo: ...

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Qualification #2 for Effective Prayer – Agree with God

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Qualification #2 for Effective Prayer – Agree with God

Do you pray according to your own will, or according to God’s will? Did you know God reveals His will to us through His Word?

In today’s feature, Sam continues his series on “Qualifications for effective prayer”, which are designed to help increase your effectiveness in prayer. Please listen to and share this week’s 1-minute Stand in the Gap program as Sam identifies qualification #2 for an effective prayer life.”

May our lives and our prayers reflect the same commit to the will of God as our Lord, Jesus Christ, declaring, “Not my will, but Thine be done.” Luke 22:42

For a 60-second investment of your time, and a 5-second

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The Pennsylvania Liberty Alliance

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LVC note: Without School Property Tax Elimination- You Really Never Own Your Home! Hello,

“Where is Kim Ward?” I heard over and over Thursday night at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center. Where is she hiding is more like it!

The misinformation and propaganda keeps on coming from Ward’s ivory tower. However, this time she didn’t just send spies…she sent her misinformed minions! The leader even said she was an AFP regional rep…I thought AFP was neutral on 76?

You have to laugh though, these “protesters” had no idea what was in the PTIA 76. After Ron Boltz and Jim Rodkey educated a few of them outside, you should have seen the steam coming from the lead, self-proclaimed, AFP troll!

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The Commonwealth Foundation’s Weekly Update–Ghost Teachers $$

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The Commonwealth Foundation’s Weekly Update

 

 

Monday, February 29, 2016

Dear CF Friend,

Allentown School District is in dire financial condition. Hundreds of teachers have been laid off in recent years. Despite this, the union president manages to pull a full-time teacher’s salary and benefits from the district payroll without teaching one minute in the classroom.

For years, Allentown taxpayers have funded salary and benefits for a “ghost teacher” who is on district payroll but actually works full-time for the local teachers’ union. Since 2000, the cost to taxpayers has been more than $1.3 million.

Last week, taxpayers Scott Armstrong and Steven Ramos filed a lawsuit with help from the Fairness Center to end this

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Pennsylvania budget raises red flags for school choice

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By at Watchdog.org

While Gov. Tom Wolf’s 2016-17 budget proposal irked Republicans in the state legislature, the $33.3 billion spending plan is also sparking concerns among Pennsylvania’s school choice advocates for its perceived attacks on Pennsylvania charter schools..

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CHARTERS FEAR WOLF: Gov. Tom Wolf proposed another budget in Harrisburg that school choice advocates have issues with.

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According to Tim Eller, executive director of the Keystone Alliance for Public Charter Schools, the budget “aims to shut down brick-and-mortar charter schools and put an end to school choice across Pennsylvania.”

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Property Tax Independence Act 76 made the news in Scranton

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Property Tax Independence Act 76 made the news in Scranton Web Version

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Saturday morning, The Scranton Times reporter, met with 18, PTIA76 warriors in front of Senator John Blake’s office this morning, in Scranton. “Why were we there”, he asked several volunteers. “To spread the good news of school Property Tax independence Act 76 AND hold Sen Blake accountable for betraying us, betraying his constituents and betraying another 10,000 homeowners who will lose their homes this year”.

THANK YOU TO: Lucy Cohowicz, Charles Urban, Robert Kistler, Steve Trainer, (4 rocks to the 76 foundation), Dave Burgerhoff (candidate for the 113th House district), Joe Albert (all-around good guy), Grace Strittmatter and John McCartney (2 stalwarts for 76), Joe Micabe,

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Emmaus Council–Fiscal Fools?

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2015 President Lee Ann Gilbert and Borough Manager Shane Pepe

In late 2014 into 2015 the Emmaus Borough Council made a dramatic decision to purchase the Rodale property at Klines Lane. The cost was reported to be $2,950,000 with additional expenses to bring the property up to Borough needs and standards. According to a report from the Borough Manager, estimated additional costs could run in excess of another $2,500,000 to $3,000,000.

Emmaus buys Rodale

The plan is to move all Borough operations to this site, including Administrative, Public Works, Police, Fire, and Ambulance. The first glaring question is–WAS THIS MOVE NEEDED? Second, WAS THIS MOVE COST EFFECTIVE? The plans also called for the selling of

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Nearly 500,000 Foreigners Overstayed Their Visas Last year. What That Means.

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Photo by Matthew McDermott/ Polaris Newcom

U.S. Customs and Border Enforcement, trying to improve its system for tracking foreigners exiting the U.S., is debuting a new facial-recognition software. (Photo: Matthew McDermott/Polaris/Newscom)

Almost 500,000 foreigners who traveled legally to the U.S. last year for business or leisure remained here after their visas expired, according to a long-awaited government study on one of the more undertold aspects of the country’s immigration story.

The Department of Homeland Security report, first requested by Congress in 1997, shows that 1.07 percent of the nearly 45 million foreigners who entered the country legally in 2015 overstayed their visas.

The report is limited

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ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS!

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Please view this youtube video and get a chuckle over no laughing matter

Preview YouTube video Harrisburg Christmas Wish List 2015

Harrisburg Christmas Wish List 2015

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