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Proposed End to Salvadoran TPS--Trump's Strategy

Trump is making a chess move that has to do with Democrats, DACA and the border wall. By Thomas Gallatin ·at ...

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Trump: Immigration Deal Has ‘Got to Include the Wall’

Fred Lucas / @FredLucasWH / The Daily Signal              President Donald Trump answers questions from reporters during a joint news conference with Prime Minister Erna ...

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Andrew Cuomo’s Insane Travel Ban is Hurting a Mississippi Baseball Team

~ Conservative Zone On April 5, 2016, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Democrat, prohibited all non-essential travel to the state of ...

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'Justice investigation' of Clintons likely a sham!

Larry Klayman says AG's probe 'motivated only by his desire to keep his job' By Larry Klayman at Renew America Since ...

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Fake fire and fury

By Michael Oberndorf at Renew America The leftist propaganda machine has hit an absolute new low with Fire and Fury, ...

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WH Insiders: ‘Fire and Fury’ Book Claims are Absurd

                ~ Liberty Planet On January 6th, publisher Henry Holt and Company released the much-anticipated book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump ...

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Senate Republicans: Defund Left-Wing Groups

By Richard McCarty at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government In 1978, the US Labor Department created an occupational safety ...

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The Hollywood Hypocrisy Awards Show

Cowardly silence followed by moralizing lectures, all while continuing to churn out immoral filth. By Nate Jackson · at The Patriot ...

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FLASHBACK: That Time Obama Called Libya A ‘S**t Show’

BENNY JOHNSON Reporter At Large/dailycaller Following President Trump’s Thursday comments, it’s worth noting that former President Obama called the African country of ...

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TRUMP: I Didnt Say 'S***hole Nations'; 'Made Up' By Democrats

ByJOSEPH CURL @josephcurl/DailyWire President Trump on Friday denied that he said what every single news organization in the world says he said. The ...

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Letter Writer Warns of Pitfalls with Traffic Cameras



Dear Concerned Drivers:

If you think speed cameras are a good thing, think again:

Headlines from Maryland’s Speed Camera Program. This will happen in Pennsylvania, too.

Monday, August 14, 2017 Baltimore’s Speed Camera Program Screws Up On Day One

Saturday, January 7, 2017 Baltimore County Cites Stopped Car for Speeding

Saturday, November 5, 2016 College Park Refunds Hundreds of Erroneous Citations

Saturday, March 26, 2016 Rockville Falsely Accuses School Bus of Speeding

Wednesday, January 6, 2016 Man Receives Tickets from Baltimore County, Prince George’s for Vehicles He Does Not Own

Thursday, December 17, 2015 College Park Speed Camera Ticketed Stopped Bus

Monday, June 8, 2015 Montgomery County Issued Erroneous Tickets Wednesday, March 18, 2015

College Park Tickets Wrong Car

Tuesday, January 20,

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Big City Dem Wants Bulletproof Glass Banned for Being Racist


We now live in a world where almost anyone and everything can and will be labelled “racist.” Some store owners in Philadelphia are the latest victims of the PC police.

Cindy Bass, a councilwoman from Philadelphia’s 8th District, has filed a bill which would make store owners take down Plexiglas in certain areas of town. According to Bass, having thick, safe Plexiglas up in a store is an insult and “an indignity.”

Essentially, Plexiglass is racist, or you’re a racist if you have Plexiglas installed.

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Slippery Rock University Receives Grant to Train Veterans to be Teachers, Bernstine Says




December 11, 2017

Slippery Rock University Receives Grant to Train Veterans to be Teachers, Bernstine Says

HARRISBURG – State Rep. Aaron Bernstine (R-Beaver/Butler/Lawrence) announced that Slippery Rock University, along with West Chester University in southeastern part of the state, will receive more than $272,000 in funding under the federal Troops to Teachers grant program.

“I believe the extensive training, vast experience and patriotism of our nation’s veterans make them excellent candidates to lead our classrooms,” Bernstine said. “Programs like Troops to Teachers help us give back in a small way to our veterans while putting some of our most upstanding citizens before our future generations.”

The Troops to Teachers grant program, managed by the Defense Activity for

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Dem Rep’s Former Campaign Aide Pleads Guilty to Paying Opponent to Drop Out of 2012 Primary


Rep. Robert Brady (D., Pa.) speaks during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. / Getty Images

BY: / the Washington Free Beacon

A strategist for Rep. Robert Brady (D., Pa.) on Friday admitted to helping cover up the Brady campaign’s $90,000 contribution to a Democratic primary opponent to bribe him to drop out of the race.

Donald Jones pleaded guilty to lying to federal agents and has agreed to cooperate in the investigation going forward, Roll Call reported.

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Mike’s Memo Week of December 11, 2017


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 December 11, 2017

Upcoming Senate State Government & Transportation Committee Public Hearing The Senate State Government and Senate Transportation Committees will hold a joint public hearing on Tuesday, December 12 at 10 a.m. in Hearing Room One of the North Office Building to discuss motor voter, unlawful voting and cyber security.

PA Department of Health Releases Medical Marijuana Permit Application Debriefing

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Why doesn’t Pennsylvania have a gift ban?


“Gift”: Code for Legal Bribe? TAKE ACTION In late 2014 and early 2015, five current and former members of the General Assembly were charged with bribery and other charges related to their acceptance of cash “gifts” from a lobbyist. Despite a flurry of legislation at the time to ban cash gifts, it never happened. The House and Senate changed their chambers’ rules to prohibit the acceptance of cash gifts from lobbyists, but the law hasn’t changed. The law hasn’t changed because banning only cash gifts would raise some very uncomfortable questions for lawmakers about the kinds of gifts they can still accept.

What kinds of gifts can they accept? Virtually anything as long as they follow the

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The Monthly Report – Decmeber 2017


Senate Appropriations Committee Report December 2017 Committee Website View Report Online

(all tables and graphics can be viewed online)

**Earlier this week, the Fitch rating agency affirmed the Commonwealth’s debt rating at AA– but assigned a Negative Outlook due to the use of non-recurring budget balancing items in recent years, a lack of reserves, continued cost pressures and modest revenue growth.

Change Coming Soon for Online Retailers

With the holiday shopping season in full swing, now is a good time to highlight a change included in Act 43 of 2017 that will help level the playing field for Pennsylvania’s brick-and-mortar retailers. For decades, Federal Commerce Clause court decisions generally have prohibited

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REAL ID Update: Do You Need One?


Weekly Roundup Friday, December 08, 2017 The latest news from the State Capitol REAL ID Update: Get Your Documents EarlyPennDOT launched a public awareness campaign outlining the steps for residents who wish to get a REAL ID-compliant driver license.Although the REAL ID products will not be available until 2019, PennDOT encourages residents who want them to obtain any required documents in plenty of time.Those documents include birth certificates with the raised seal, Social Security card, proof of all legal name changes and two proofs of current Pennsylvania address. My office can help with obtaining copies of the birth certificates, which can take up to four to six months. (Contact information is at the end of this email.)The federal government has extended the deadline for

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