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David Hogg Gets Horrible News As Anti-Gun Campaign Blows Up In His Face

      From Tea and   (Conservative Tribune) – The gun grabbers are going to hate this. In the month since the high school ...

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Congress: Do your duty and revive the militias

'The Constitution expects a prescription' from lawmakers By Alan Keyes at Renew America   The Florida Legislature moved forward with a bill last week "that includes ...

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FBI Refused to Charge Islamist Teen, Then Monday He Killed a Child, Stabbed 2 Others

By Rebekah Baker /The Western Journal A self-proclaimed ISIS sympathizer accused of stabbing three people, one fatally, in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida was ...

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US Appeals Court Upholds Texas’ Anti-Sanctuary Cities Law  

 Texas Governor Greg Abbott speaks at a press conference on November 5, 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Texas about the First ...

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Non-citizen voters discovered in Chicago suburb

CRIME |Spero News | BY MARTIN BARILLAS In Illinois, where observers of politics have often ruefully mused is the state where the electorate votes ...

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City of Baltimore to spend taxpayer money on lawyers for illegal immigrants

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has been supportive of the plan to use $200,000 to pay for the legal expenses of ...

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11 people caught trying to sneak into the United States from Canada

boyphare / The Conservative Institute We hear plenty about immigrants from Mexico and Central America trying to sneak through the southern ...

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Bill to Reduce Size of Legislature Passes House, Knowles Says

  Representative Jerry Knowles 124th District Pennsylvania House of Representatives Media Contact:  Krisinda Corbin 717.705.2032 /   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 13, 2018   Bill to Reduce Size of Legislature Passes House, ...

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Smucker Seeks to Reduce Rape Kit Backlog, Bring Justice to Victims of Sexual Assault

Smucker Seeks to Reduce Rape Kit Backlog, Bring Justice to Victims of Sexual Assault   Washington, D.C. – U.S. Reps. Lloyd Smucker (PA-16) ...

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Barletta Supports Lifeline to Main Street

Barletta Supports Lifeline to Main Street   WASHINGTON – Yesterday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 1116, the TAILOR Act by a vote of 247 ...

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Wolf’s Agenda Steals from Taxpayers for Public Union Benefit


By State Representative Daryl Metcalfe

The new governor, Tom Wolf, believes that he has a mandate to increase your taxes after defeating Tom Corbett last year! The old saying of, “Don’t tax you, don’t tax me, tax that man behind the tree,” does not apply to Wolf’s tax-and-spend scheme because he wants a $4.7 billion tax increase that will raise everyone’s taxes.

He proposes to increase your personal income tax by 21 percent and your sales tax by 10 percent, in addition to creating a new tax on natural gas production. His tax-and-spend increases include a new cradle-to-grave approach, taxing diapers, caskets and many other items and services that are not currently taxed. On the budget deadline of June

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Teachers and Staff from the Lebanon School District attended a workshop at the Lebanon Valley Mosque, according to stories by the Lebanon Daily News and Reading Eagle. According to those news reports the teachers and staff “learned about the practices of Islam”, “watched an afternoon Muslim prayer service and were treated to lunch of Moroccan cuisine.” Now this is not the first time for this in Lebanon County. There have been other reports of School District visits to area Mosques. All of these workshops and visits were conducted on THE TAXPAYER’S DIME! Justifying the visit (and taxpayer expense) was the Superintendent who claimed that the workshops were important due to a growing Muslim population! We have reports that Muslim Prayer Rooms have

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Texas Watchdog spurs investigation into UT admissions scandal


By Andrew Collins From Watchdog and the Franklin Center

The story of the University of Texas admissions scandal began nearly two years ago in a dire place. Wallace Hall, a Gov. Rick Perry appointee to the University of Texas Board of Regents, was about to be impeached for ethics violations, charges driven by University of Texas-Austin President Bill Powers.

Twenty months later, Bill Powers has resigned in disgrace and Wallace Hall is a hero in Texas. But what was the catalyst for change? It took great courage on Hall’s part to take a stand for integrity, but the story’s narrative did not change in his favor until Watchdog Texas bureau chief Jon Cassidy got involved.

When Cassidy started covering the

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Education. Comparing PA to other states.


By Ron Beitler at

I’m probably nuts for writing about education cause it’s a hyper-partisan mine-field littered with special interests and an ingrained “team mentality”. As a township commissioner I have no influence on these conversations. I have no team and I’m not interested in joining one. I just want to step outside the echo chambers for a minute.

But here goes nothing. I try hard to remain agnostic. Step away from the partisanship and just look at the big picture. To that end, you can somewhat do so since in our American education system we have 49 relatively independent systems to compare. I always go back to how are we doing vs. other states as a baseline.

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Education Secretary’s Dangerous ”Public Boarding Schools” Agenda


By Alex Newman at The New American


Obama’s Education Secretary Arne Duncan is pushing a plan to create government boarding schools because, he claims, there are just certain children that government should “have” 24 hours a day, seven days a week. He also wants to turn all other schools into “community centers.” In reality, he wants more time to indoctrinate American children, as his own remarks make clear.

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This video was produced last year. It is but one graphic example of what is wrong with this tax.

Tammy Keener of Sinking Spring, PA pays her school property taxes at Fulton bank in August in $1 dollar bills and has something to say about it.


By Anthony Orozco at Reading Eagle

Lugging three bags filled with thousands of $1 bills, a local woman made a statement against the school property tax Saturday afternoon.

Tammy Keener of Sinking Spring was accompanied by about 30 like-minded people when she paid her Wilson School District property tax in small bills at the Fulton Bank in West Lawn.”This is not a political thing, and this is not to make the bank teller’s day any harder,” Keener

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East Penn School District $141 million Budget Vote, Unions win-children lose


Can you figure out what the most important thing on the Superintendent’s and the majority of the board member’s mind is for next year’s school budget by looking at just one page of it? Click on the page for a better look.

This year’s budget has an increase $4,367,234 over last year’s total budget, a 3.2% increase. However, the “Salary & Benefits” Category has increase of $4,467,849 over last year’s budget, a 5.1% increase. That means the entire increase in this year’s budget, plus some is being spent on “Salary & Benefits”. The entire tax increase residents of East Penn will pay this year is going to fund increases in “Salary & Benefits”. Not supplies for children, not

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Keystone Graduation Exams on Hold


Keystone Graduation Exams on Hold — from PA State Senator Dinniman

State Senator Andy Dinniman and his colleagues in the Pennsylvania Senate today unanimously approved legislation to delay the graduation requirement associated with the Keystone Exams for two years.

“After three years of hard work, I’m delighted to say that the Senate today passed Senate Bill 880 to delay the Keystone Graduation Exams for two years. The Keystones as graduation requirements are neither fiscally responsible nor educationally sound. This legislation will provide much-needed time to review the exams and come up with better means of assessment,” Dinniman said.

Under current law, high school students beginning with the class of 2017 (rising juniors) will have to pass Keystone Exams in three subject areas (Algebra I,

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