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Dem Campaigns Paid SEIU-Owned Bank $2.2 Million in Fees, Interest This Cycle

Labor union spent millions of dollars backing liberal campaigns in 2018 Getty Images BY: Brent Scher /  Washington Free Beacon A bank owned by the SEIU ...

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Powerful House Democrats’ Bloc Linked to International Communist Movement

  Ben Sellers  /libertyheadlines ‘The Congressional Progressive Caucus is by far the largest and most influential coalition in the federal government…’ IMAGE: Congressional ...

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Letter writer commends East Penn School District for finally approving video taping meetings.

Emmaus/East Penn School District   Dear Editor of the Lehigh Valley Commentator,   I am happy to write this letter to inform the Lehigh ...

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Justice Department Sued For Docs On Obama DOJ's Efforts To Shut Down Clinton Foundation Investigation

This is not a partisan issue, it's a corruption issue.  TIM BROWN —  Freedom Outpost Don't think that with the raid on a Clinton ...

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President George H.W. Bush: Impressive achievements and character

By Rev. Mark H. Creech at Renew America   President George H.W. Bush led our country with some impressive achievements. During his four ...

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Mexico’s New President Quickly Signs Legislation Aimed at Shutting Down Migrant Caravans

By Jack Davis /Western Journal With the city of Tijuana reeling from an influx of migrants that Mexican authorities allowed to enter the ...

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TIJUANA IS FED UP! SHUTS DOWN MIGRANT CENTER

 STEVEN AHLE / Steadfast and Loyal  The Tijuana Migrant camp has been closed due to unsanitary conditions and the invaders were moved to a ...

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Media Hides Story of Obama’s Careless Treatment of Migrants at the Border

                  American Liberty Report The mainstream media continues to attack President Trump for praising border security’s use of tear gas to enforce border security. ...

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Mexicans Come to Their Senses. Turn on Liberals and Caravanners. Announce Huge Agreement with Trump

BY KARA PENDLETON /Western Journal Bad news for the left has come by way of a poll of Mexican citizens conducted by a ...

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Bad News from California

By Michael Reagan at Townhall.com The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not represent the views of Townhall.com.  Once again ...

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HELP NEEDED- Support for PA Down syndrome Legislation

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By Kurt Kondrich/ http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/kondrichKurt Kondrich at Renew America/

June 4, 2018

Greetings,

I hope you all are having a peaceful and healthy spring season. It is hard to believe June is here! We are working hard to get legislation passed in PA that will ban aborting children diagnosed prenatally with Down syndrome, and it has passed in the PA House by a veto proof bi-partisan margin. Currently the legislation is in the PA Senate, and we are gathering as many letters of support as we can from disability, community, education, medical, and church organizations to get large bi-partisan support (please feel free to share).

We would be honored if your organization would submit a letter of support ASAP, and I have

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RADAR is unreliable–says letter writer

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RADAR is unreliable. Lawyers, take note*.

In this election year, the Legislature should VOTE NO on Speed Trap Bill SB 251, authorizing RADAR for municipal police, because RADAR speed measurement is unreliable.

The courts regard radar as foolproof. Nothing further from the truth. Fresh evidence that further erodes radar’s patina of infallibility comes from an American Academy of Forensic Sciences research presentation titled “Testing of Police RADAR”. The research was conducted by two professional engineers, one of whom previously worked for a RADR manufacturer.

Despite 30 years of technological innovations, RADAR still suffers from the same reliability and performance issues that have made it unacceptable as evidence in a court of law. RADAR cannot meet the requirements of the Daubert test*, the set

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How Media Outlets Misinform the Public about Teacher Pay

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The media’s narrative doesn’t tell the complete story. by James D. Agresti @fee.org

During recent teacher walkouts in Oklahoma that captured national attention, many major media outlets reported misleadingly small figures for teacher pay. By failing to reveal all aspects of teacher compensation, these outlets hid the true costs to taxpayers—which now amount to an annualized average of about $120,000 for every public school teacher in the United States.

How Much Do Teachers Really Make?

CNN, for example, published an article by Bill Weir claiming that in “most districts” of Oklahoma, “a teacher with a doctorate degree and 30 years’ experience will never make more than $50,000 a year.” That

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The Greatest Threat to American Culture–APN

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American Pastors Network The Lingering “side”effects of Obamacare Obamacare: Not Dead Yet Listen Here (3:03) >> Why is the repeal of the Obama Care mandate not leading back toward a more free and competitive health care system? The Role of States in Healthcare Listen Here (4:44) >> The Real Plan of Obamacare Was the Obamacare health care bill designed to fail from the beginning in a plan to have Americans go to single payer healthcare? Listen Here (1:04) >> Why are Drug Prices on the Rise? Listen Here (4:41) >> Is there a place for a “middleman” in the drug process? Continue reading…

State Representative Justin Simmons Report

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact The Weekly Roundup Friday, May 11, 2018 The latest news from the State Capitol

Free Paper Shredding Event Set for May 19

In our continuing effort to help constituents combat identity theft, I am hosting a paper shredding event on Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to noon. The free service will be available in the parking lot of my district office in Coopersburg, located at 21 N. Main St., Unit 9.

This

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Primary Election May 15th –Notice from LVTP

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Primary Election – Tuesday May 15th

A number of people have contacted me with similar questions about the primary, so I thought I’d get a message out to all, answering them.

How can I volunteer to help a campaign? All campaigns need help representing them at the polls. As a much needed poll worker, you put the candidate’s yard sign at the polling place with all the others, then hand out literature and ask people to vote for your candidate.

As much as we would like to organize our members and get them to specific polls, we are prohibited by law from doing so. If you are able to spend a few hours on election day

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State Rep Justin Simmons Report

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact The Weekly Roundup Friday, May 4, 2018 The latest news from the State Capitol

Cutting Through the Red Tape

To help enhance Pennsylvania’s economy by helping job creators, the House this week passed a multi-bill package to cut government red tape and reduce burdensome regulations while still maintaining the integrity of health and safety regulations.

Among the bills are those that would review statutes and regulations for possible revision or repeal; enhance the

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Pennsylvanians For Self Protection Endorses Dean Browning for Congress

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Carlo Grilletto, Vice President

Email: Carlo.Grilletto@PA4SP.org

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