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According To NBC Nearly 200,000 Registered Florida Voters Were Non-Citizens In 2012- It’s Anybody’s Guess How Many There are in Broward County Today

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CAUGHT ON VIDEO: FL Democrat Party Attorney Tells Laura Loomer – DESTROYING BALLOTS ISN’T FRAUD

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Will the Florida recounts put democracy at risk?

By Donald Wilfong at the Daily Torch In the Great State of Florida, there is a current outbreak of rampant voter ...

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East Penn Superintendent says we have 48 less kids enrolled

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At the East Penn School Board (EPSB) meeting on Monday 8/10/2015 the Superintendent gave an enrollment update in which he said there are 48 less students enrolled than the end of the school year. The grammar police tell me it should be said that there are 48 fewer students, but hey, he’s only the Superintendent and we can forgive him for that.

So as it stands now the total student enrollment is 7948, which is 48 fewer students than in June when the school year ended.

The Real Story on My Support of a Severance Tax, by PA Rep. Justin Simmons

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by State Representative Justin Simmons

Many of you recently received a postcard from a lobbying group which gets funding from the same special interests that support Gov. Tom Wolf. The postcard attacks me for what it says is my non-support of a severance tax on natural gas companies that drill in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale regions.

In fact, I would support a severance tax that is fair and reasonable and we know exactly where the revenue it generates is going. I would also support a plan that maintains the impact fees already paid by the companies that go toward infrastructure and public safety improvements in the communities where the drilling operations are located.

That said, the governor’s severance tax proposal is neither fair nor reasonable.

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Crisis of Lawlessness — By Representative Daryl Metcalfe

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by PA State Representative Daryl Metcalfe

On July 22, 2015, I reintroduced my resolution to impeach the Democrat Pennsylvania State Attorney General Kathleen Kane for a pattern of abuse and misbehavior in office. Then last week she was charged by the Montgomery County district attorney with obstructing administration of law or other governmental function, official oppression, criminal conspiracy, perjury, and false swearing.Earlier this year, Democrat Pennsylvania State Treasurer Rob McCord resigned from office and was charged with attempted extortion. He is now awaiting his sentence.No one should be above the law. Our new Democrat governor seems to also have a problem understanding that concept.Since taking office this year, Democrat Governor Tom Wolf has been taken to court for several of his actions that do

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EPSD test, test and test again till mastery

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Parents watch out! If you thought your children were tested enough in school now, wait until you hear about the district’s newest plans. At the 8/10/2015 school board meeting the Superintendent announced that your kids will now have the opportunity to reach “mastery”. How you may ask? Well, by taking the tests over and over and over until they do.

This may sound strange to hear from the Superintendent since he recently admitted we already have an over-testing problem in the schools.

Also the Superintendent explained how EPSD will have continuous grading throughout the year instead of just quarterly grading. This is a pilot program beginning with the sixth grade in Eyer Middle school.

Changes like this

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A “Sign” of the times? “Property Tax Elimination” is front and center in Harrisburg

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Property tax elimination, a “Sign” of the times? At least on the highways leading into Harrisburg they are. A group called PTCC (Pennsylvania Taxpayer Cyber Coalition) has placed road side billboards up on I 83 leading into the State Capitol.

Let’s hope the elected officials take notice and start acting on this legislation as it will help the State get back on proper footing with the way it funds our 500 school districts.

Back in about 1965 our schools were properly funded 100% by the state as our PA Constitution states:

14. Public school system.

The General Assembly shall provide for the maintenance and

support of a thorough and efficient system of public education

to serve the needs of the Commonwealth.

(May

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Why the liberals win, view the historical quote from Jefferson

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Why the liberals win! “If we move in mass, be it ever so circuitously, we shall attain our object; but if we break into squads, everyone pursuing the path he thinks most direct, we become an easy conquest to those who can now barely hold us in check.” —Thomas Jefferson, letter to William Duane — 1811

PA Liberty Alliance–Effective at fighting for the Taxpayer and Property Tax Elimination

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The PA Liberty Alliance has been one of the more effective leaders in the fight to see PA School Property Taxes eliminated through SB/HB 76. The problem has been opposition to the bill from unions who make donations to our elected officials. But the PA Liberty Alliance has found ways to turn some of those politicians around. The Alliance is composed of people from a number of Taxpayer, Tea Party/Patriot groups. They lobby the politicians for passage of 76. When they find an elected official not on board, they rally the forces and visit the politician’s district to educate the people on the benefits of 76, circulate petitions in support of 76 and finally set up a town hall meeting for the people to

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Discriminating School Taxes Must End

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HB76 and SB76

by Rich Shuker

Homeownership has fallen to a 48 year low, the lowest it’s been since 1967. 1967 is an interesting date due to the fact that two years earlier school districts in the state of Pennsylvania were not allowed to directly tax the people. The Constitution says the House of Representatives is supposed to provide the funding for education

Because of the taxing authority by the school districts the school tax has become a regressive and discriminatory tax, targeting the low, middle income class and the retirees.

Since 2011 school taxes have gone up 116%, despite the casino tax scam that was to provide tax relief money, but the casinos made out better than the homeowners. Maybe that’s why

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