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Problems at the Justice Department and FBI Are Serious

  By Andrew C. McCarthy at National Review Detail of the FBI seal at FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters) And they ...

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The FAIR Take: Immigration News and Policy Update for June 16

  Untitled Document Video: FAIR's RJ Hauman and Joe Gomez Discuss Latest on House Amnesty Bills Breaking News FB Live ft. RJ Hauman ...

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Three Robbers Waited to Attack Couple — Two End Up With Gunshot Wounds After Couple Pull Out Firearm

JULIO ROSAS | IJR Police in Georgia say three would-be criminals were unable to carry out their plan on their targets after the ...

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Gunman Opens Fire at New Jersey Arts Festival Leaving 1 Dead, 20 Injured

  Multiple people were wounded early Sunday, June 17, 2018, when shooting broke out at the Art All Night festival in ...

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ILL-ANNOYED: Obama Taps Illinois Taxpayers For $200 MILLION!

 By Andrew West  / Constitution. If you listen carefully, you can almost hear the exasperated groans of the good people of Illinois carrying ...

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Donald Trump: At Least We’re Not Paying North Korea $150 billion Like the Iran Deal

AP Photos Breitbart News Network/ Charlie Spiering President Donald Trump defended his agreement with North Korea compared to the Iran Deal reached by ...

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Mainstream Media Calls Trump-Kim Summit a Failure

~ Liberty Democrats and their fake news media buddies have gone on the offensive in an effort to undermine the historic ...

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ICYMI: House Passes Bill to Ensure Economic Development Programs in Appalachia Can Be Used to Fight Opioid Epidemic

Washington, D.C. - The U.S. House of Representatives today overwhelmingly approved the Treating Barriers to Prosperity Act of 2018 (H.R. ...

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The Silent Suffering of Fathers After Abortion

Victoria Robinson / The Daily Signal "These men still taste the bitterness and pain of their abortion. It’s always there," ...

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She’s Back! Stripper Abortionist with Arrest Record Returns to Delta Abortion Clinic in Disguise

 By Operation Rescue 9 Comments By Cheryl Sullenger at Operation Rescue Baton Rouge, LA – Nsikan M. St. Martin wasn’t supposed to be working at the Delta ...

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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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Letter Writer issues concerns about school walk out Policy.

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The East Penn School Board voted down a proposal to ‘limit student activism’ on April 23rd. This policy was proposed by Board Director Carol Allen. Ms. Allen shares concerns by parents and taxpayers and that’s that ‘district employees shall not engage in political activities during assigned work hours on property under jurisdiction of the board.’ (PSBA policy 321)

EP School Director, Carol Allen

What was lost on those against such a policy, is the purpose of the proposed policy is NOT to require students to ask permission or an attempt to stifle the student’s freedom of speech. The purpose is to ensure the procedures governing such actions are ‘viewpoint neutral’ and enforced in a consistent manner allowing for all voices

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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, April 27, 2018 The latest news from the State Capitol

‘The Wall That Heals’ to be Displayed at State Capitol May 9-13

“The Wall That Heals,” a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., and an accompanying mobile Education Center, will be displayed on the State Capitol Grounds Wednesday, May 9, through Sunday, May 13. The display will be open 24 hours each day, and admission is free.

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