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Harry Reid and Barack Obama’s ‘truth’

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by Rick Manning at Net Right Daily and Americans for Limited Government

Is it okay to lie?

Is it justified if it leads to the conclusion you hope to achieve?

Senator Harry Reid provided a startling answer to a question about his own veracity when quizzed about his Senate floor charge against Republican 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney where he smeared, “Let him prove that he has paid taxes, because he hasn’t.”

Pressed in an interview on CNN to explain his attack, Reid simply smirked, “Romney didn’t win did he?”

In five words, Harry Reid summed up the entire political philosophy of the left — the end justifies the means.

It doesn’t matter if a claim is accurate or not, it only matters

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Dark Money part 1 – ‘Invalid’ dark money rules threaten grassroots politics

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Part 1 of 6 in the series A License to Speak: The Dark Money Deception

by Jon Cassidy, Watchdog.org

Image Courtesy of the Institute for Justice

You can find the truth about “dark money” just outside Denver, in the unincorporated neighborhood of Parker North, Colorado, home to a records management consultant named Karen Sampson.

Sampson is no shadowy billionaire political puppet master, but she got ensnared in an anti-dark money rule a few years before dark money was even a catchphrase.

When officials from nearby Parker, Colorado, tried to annex her neighborhood in 2006, she got together with a half-dozen neighbors to oppose it, mainly because they didn’t want a tax increase. They put out yard signs, went door

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Nine of Pennsylvania’s 10 largest cities have more pensioners than workers

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By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org Note this article was posted on the Pennsylvania Independent

Meet the new poster child for Pennsylvania’s municipal pension problems.

York is a mid-sized city of 43,000 residents in central Pennsylvania near the state’s southern border that’s facing more than $64 million in pension-related debt.

In next year’s budget, York will be expected to pay more than $10 million toward the retirement fund of former city workers. That’s more than a quarter of the city’s entire budget, leaving officials with the prospect of cutting nearly all city services, except law enforcement, to pay the pension bill.

“We have done everything possible to fix our pension woes, but they continue to mount. The system is simply broken,”

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FIRST HE DISHONORS US, THEN HE’LL DISARM US – LVTP 2nd Amendment Newsletter

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A group of retired Pennsylvania State Police troopers are among the most visible opponents of acting state police commissioner Col. Marcus Brown, who is Gov. Tom Wolf’s nominee for state police commissioner, according to an article on www.pennlive.com.Retired troopers, Republican leaders and the union representing state troopers are all telling Wolf, a Democrat who’s staunchly pro-union and anti-gun, to drop his call for Brown’s nomination. Much of the concern over Wolf’s bad choice was driven by Brown’s bad decision to wear the Pennsylvania State Troopers gray uniform without ever serving in the department, or attending the State Police Academy. Retired troopers have denounced Brown for his decision, while Facebookand Twitter pages have been created to draw attention to Brown’s decision to wear the uniform,according to

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Government Unions

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by The Commonwealth Foundation

Government Unions

Dear CF Friend,

Government unions love to present themselves as champions of democracy.But their walk is far different from their talk.

Last week, National Review Online published a commentary by CF’s James Paul explaining how big city teachers’ unions are often some of the most undemocratic special interests in public life.

Consider: the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (which was recently sued for pulling “ghost teachers” out of the classroom to do union work while on the public payroll) has not allowed teachers to vote on whether they want union representation in 50 years!

In fact, only one Philadelphia School District employee remains, a librarian, who participated in the last such election in 1965.

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Proposed PA Constitutional Amendment

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by Representative Russ Diamond

House Co-Sponsorship Memoranda

MEMORANDUM

Posted: March 30, 2015 12:42 PM

From: Representative Russ Diamond

To: All House members

Subject:Property Tax Elimination

In the near future, I plan to introduce a joint resolution to place a Constitutional Amendment on the ballot so voters can decide whether to eliminate all property taxes in the Commonwealth by a date certain.Acquiring, possessing and defending property are declared as Inherent Rights of Mankind in Article I Section 1 of Pennsylvania’s Constitution. That declaration was made by contemporaries of the authors of the Declaration of Independence, which cemented the idea that governments are created among men to secure such rights.Currently, these rights are being abrogated by circumstances within the Commonwealth and its political subdivisions,

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East Penn School Board President Alan Earnshaw admits “We do know what we are voting on” and why that may be a bad thing

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In what many believe to be a startling admission during the March 23rd East Penn School Board (EPSB) meeting, Board President, Mr. Alan Earnshaw admitted “We do know what we are voting on”. The comment made by Mr. Earnshaw came during a debate in which board member Ms. Lynn Donches once again pointed out that she believed there was insufficient information for her to make an informed decision on her vote to approve the bill list. Ms. Donches has been requesting since she became a board member that more information be provided to the board about the checks in the “Bill List” to be voted on for payment.

As usual Ms. Donches request was met with contempt from Mr. Earnshaw and

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Under Siege

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By Ed Bender

Tea party members are aware that Americans’ constitutional rights are under siege as never before. But one of those rights is in peril and has turned into a civil liberty issue few Americans seem to be aware of.

The Fourth Amendment to our Constitution guarantees that “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issued, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

The Posse Comitatus Act, passed in 1877, states, “From and after the passage of this act, it shall not be

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