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Bush, Obama Education Chiefs Differ Sharply From Betsy DeVos on Limiting Federal Government’s Role

Rachel del Guidice / @LRacheldG / The Daily Signal  “We have invested billions and billions and billions of dollars to try to focus ...

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School Tells Student To Remove American Flags, Quickly Realizes Big Mistake

BY JOE SAUNDERS /Conservative Tribune This school district needed to be taught a lesson. At a time when most of the mainstream media is ...

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Education report card shows Common Core still fails US students

By Jane Robbins and Emmett McGroarty, opinion contributors —at The Hill The views expressed by contributors are their own and ...

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How the gods of globalism slit the throat of assimilation

  By Susan D. Harris at Renew America The multiculturalist army, the interfaith fighters and the soldiers of diversity have been ...

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Judging, discrimination, and intolerance

  By Rev. Mark H. Creech at Renew America   Several years ago, Life magazine interviewed dozens of people to learn their feelings ...

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Democrats support criminal, illegal aliens

By Jake Jacobs at Renew America   Emma Lazarus gave America the iconic phrase, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled ...

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Three More Cities Join Revolt Against California Sanctuary State Law

KABC-7 via Associated Press by MICHELLE MOONS/ Breitbart News Network Three more cities have joined the revolt against California’s “sanctuary state” law, as ...

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The Changes That Made California Become a Liberal Fiasco

Jarrett Stepman / @JarrettStepman / The Daily Signal California has become a one-party state in a short amount of time. Its example is ...

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Tips for Income Redistribution Day

Taxes Hard-working Americans are reminded just how big a bite Uncle Sam takes out of their paychecks. By Lewis Morris · at ...

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Cruz Introduces Legislation to Make Individual Tax Cuts Permanent

Ted Cruz / Getty BY: Haris Alic /  the Washington Free Beacon Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) introduced comprehensive legislation Tuesday that would make the ...

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Call to Action–from the Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania


Call to Action

Although the General Assembly passed a budget before the statutory deadline, they have not decided how to pay for all of the spending. It is obviously irresponsible to decide how much to spend without knowing where the money is coming from, but that is how government typically operates.

House Republicans prefer a mixture of increasing the types of gambling legal under state law (and the associated revenue), higher taxes on tobacco products, back taxes from tax delinquents and increased sales of alcohol. Evidently, they were not able to figure out how to raise taxes on strippers, or that would probably be in the mix too.

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Scott Armstrong is guest speaker at CEPTA on “Ghost Teachers”



Scott Armstrong is a former Allentown School District School Board member. He has filed suit against the Allentown School District due to the fact that they have been illegally paying the Teacher’s Union President, a teacher who does not teach, 100% of their salary and benefits, to do union business.

Hear what Mr. Armstrong has to say;

Preview YouTube video CEPTA 6’22’2016 HD Scott Armstrong on Ghost Teachers

CEPTA 6’22’2016 HD Scott Armstrong on Ghost Teachers


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Week of July 11, 2016-From State Senator Mike Folmer


Welcome to “Mike’s Memo,” an update on what’s happening in the 48th Legislative District, the State Capitol, and the progress of my legislative priorities. If you haven’t done so already, please take a few moments to visit my website to learn more about issues that may affect you and your family.

Week of July 11, 2016

Reminder: Steelton Borough and Springettsbury Township Town Hall Meetings 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13: Steelton Borough, Dauphin County Borough Council Chambers, 123 North Front Street, Steelton, PA 17113 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 14: Springettsbury Township, York County Township Administration Building Board Room, 1501 Mt. Zion Road, York, PA 17402 Hope to see you there!

Bills Pass Senate, Go to

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Mensch Report


In this Edition: Mensch Report Farmer’s Market Nutrition Vouchers Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program Application Deadline Extended to End of Year Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Expands to New Hanover Township 2016 PA Fair Guide Available Biking in PA Gets a Push Qualifying Water Systems May Receive Free Professional Engineering Assistance Made in PA Is it Really the IRS or the Pennsylvania Treasury? Cool Off With Wildlife at State Museum of Pennsylvania

Senator Mensch was pleased to welcome Judy Smith, Wendy Ormsby, and Jennifer Arevalo to Harrisburg. Watch their introduction to the Senate here.

Mensch Report

This month’s Mensch Report is the first of several Constituent Service Announcements. This announcement introduces what the constituent service announcements are and

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State Rep Justin Simmons Report


Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact House Passes 2016-17 State Budget Plan This evening, I joined a bipartisan majority of my House colleagues in passing a 2016-17 state budget proposal that increases education spending without any new or increased broad-based taxes. The vote was 132-68.

While not my ideal budget, the legislation sets total state spending at $31.55 billion, which is $1.49 billion, or 4.8 percent, more than the current fiscal year due to mandated increases, such as additional funding for pensions, corrections and the state police.

I am especially pleased that we

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Budget Negotiations Continue – Wagner Opposes New Spending, Tax Increases


In this Edition: Budget Negotiations Continue – Wagner Opposes New Spending, Tax Increases Wagner Welcomes Summer Intern to the Senate Senate Confirms Nominees to York County Court Of Common Pleas Senate Passes Watered Down Bill on Child Abuse Statute of Limitations Senate Approves Wagner Bill to Curtail Excessive Deed Recording Fees Legislation Extending Fire & EMS Grant Program Sent to Governor Other Bills Sent to Governor Senate Approves Bill to Ease Substitute Teacher Shortage Other Bills Approved by the Senate and Sent to the House of Representatives Senate Confirms State Adjutant General Committee Roundup Up Next Budget Negotiations Continue Wagner Opposes New Spending, Tax Increases

The General Assembly voted last week for a budget that will increase spending by 4.7 percent — or $1.406

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Commentary: ‘Reform’ plan doesn’t fix Pa. pension crisis



Updated: June 30, 2016 — 3:01 AM EDT

By Richard C. Dreyfuss from

Someone once quipped that a camel is a horse designed by committee. A perfect example of this metaphor is the “stacked-hybrid” public pension plan passed by the Pennsylvania House in mid-June. Rather than fixing our broken state pension system, this plan keeps all the problems that led to billions in debt and continues to avoid paying for the promises made to public employees.

Pennsylvania taxpayers already face an unsustainable $63.2 billion pension debt – 730 percent more than just 10 years ago. This threatens future plan solvency and transfers costs to future generations. Those seeking to live, work, or invest in our state will not be pleased

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Socialism Attacks the Family, Just as Its Inventors Intended


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By Paul Kengor at the

Paul Kengor

Last year, “socialism” was the most looked-up word at That is hardly a surprise. It clearly reflects growing interest, especially with the remarkable surge of lifetime socialist Bernie Sanders, who has won a pile of states in pursuing the Democratic Party presidential nomination. He will eventually have earned over 10 million votes nationwide. Many of those voters have only a hazy idea what socialism entails, but most surely know that it gives the government more control over the so-called “means of production” as well as your wallet and your property, but not as much as outright Communists crave.

American interest in socialism was growing well before

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