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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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RSVP Now for My Senior Expo on Oct. 20

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

RSVP Now for My Senior Expo on Oct. 20

I’d like to invite residents age 60 and older of the 158th District to my Senior Expo on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 9 a.m. to noon.

This free event will be held at East High School, 450 Ellis Lane in West Chester. My Senior Expo is a one-stop shop where more than 50 exhibitors will be on hand to share information about the

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Mike’s Memo Week of October 15, 2018

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

Week of October 15, 2018 General Assembly Poised to Conclude 2017-18 Session

With just three scheduled Senate Session days remaining in the 2017-18 Legislative Session, both Chambers will be deliberating a host of measures prior to the November 30 sine die constitutional deadline. Any bill not reaching the Governor’s desk by that time will die and need to be reintroduced next

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RE: Bipartisan bill wins approval in House to require state to establish guidelines for public safety facility closure

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Bipartisan bill wins approval in House to require state to establish guidelines for public safety facility closure

HARRISBURG – The House of Representatives approved a bipartisan proposal today that would provide a standardized process as to how public safety facilities, including state prisons and state police barracks, are closed in the future.

Senators David G. Argall (R-29), Lisa Baker (R-20), Michele Brooks (R-50), Wayne Fontana (D-42) and John Yudichak (D-14) sponsored Senate Bill 748, which would establish the Public Safety Facilities Act, in response to recent state prison closures over the last few years that were undertaken with little or no input from the communities that were affected.

In 2017, the

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Why Vote Democrat

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Part 1 By Rich Shuker

Voting Liberal would be great for creating jobs in Pennsylvania,____ We would need to build more prisons and raise taxes to pay all the legal fees needed to prosecute them.

Pennsylvania History Of Corruption. Mayor of Allentown Ed Pawlowski (D) convicted of corruption. (2018) Ex-Mayor of Reading Pa (D) Vaughn Spencer was convicted Thursday of 11 public corruption charges.(2018) District Attorney of Philadelphia. Seth Williams(D) convicted of bribery. (2017) Treasurer of Pennsylvania Barbara Hafer(D) convicted of lying to the FBI. (2017) State Representative Marc Gergely(D) convicted of conspiracy. (2017) State Representative Leslie Acosta(D) convicted of embezzlement. (2016)[ Attorney General of Pennsylvania Kathleen Kane(D) was convicted of perjury. (2016)[ State Representative Louise Bishop(D) was convicted of corruption. (2016) Chaka

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Outcome of HB 2571

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Last week we wrote to you about HB 2571, a bill to align state law with the Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME decision and ensure workers are notified of their now-restored constitutional rights.

Why is this so important? Nearly one-third of workers aren’t aware of their new rights—and government unions want it to stay that way. As long as workers are in the dark about their rights, government union leaders can continue to collect hundreds of dollars in dues from every member (which turn into millions of dollars in political activities) each year.

Earlier this week, House leadership removed the Janus enforcement bill from the voting calendar for this legislative session. With the limited number of session days left, there is not enough time

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It’s Time to Say Goodbye

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact It’s Time to Say Goodbye After serving the residents of the 39th District since 2010, I decided earlier this year not to seek re-election to the House of Representatives. As such, my term will end on Nov. 30, 2018.I am especially grateful to those who trusted me with the responsibility to work for them at home and in Harrisburg, and to serve as their voice in the legislative process. It has truly been my honor.

As I prepare to begin life’s next chapter, I

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Marijuana Penalty Reform Bill Advances

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact Weekly Roundup Friday, October 12, 2018 The latest news from the State Capitol House Committee Advances Bill to Reduce Penalties for Possession of Small Amounts of Marijuana

The Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee this week approved through a bipartisan vote legislation I introduced that would reduce the penalties for most cases of possession of small amounts of marijuana.

This is a commonsense reform aimed at saving taxpayers money and ensuring the punishment fits the crime. We want criminals to pay a penalty, but we also want

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Walking in Another Person’s Shoes: Part 2

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact Weekly Roundup Friday, October 5, 2018 The latest news from the State Capitol Walking in Another Person’s Shoes: Part 2 The old saying suggests you never truly understand another person until you’ve walked in his or her shoes. In other words, you need to truly experience a person’s life in order to understand his or her perspective.With that in mind, I’m learning the perspective of local businessman Woody Weist, owner of Leesport Farmers Market. Woody on Sept. 24 shadowed me to learn about my

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