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CF Finalist for International Award--Thanks to You!

Thursday, September 6, 2018 Dear CF Friend, Every year, the Atlas Network honors one nonprofit for a major contribution to the global free market ...

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Knowles to Host Tamaqua District Office Open House and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony on Sept. 28

TAMAQUA – Rep. Jerry Knowles (R-Berks/Carbon/Schuylkill) cordially invites residents of the 124thLegislative District to join him on Friday, Sept. 28, for ...

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Chicago Democrats Harass Food Truck Vendors

                    ~ Liberty Planet Chicago has a higher than average crime rate, serious pension problems and a host of other issues; even ...

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'Obama Built a Legacy Built on Sand': Chaffetz Explains How Trump Demolished Obama's Legacy

MADISON DIBBLE | IJR John Gress/Reuters/Mark Wilson/Getty Images Former President Barack Obama laid into President Donald Trump, breaking the longstanding tradition of presidents abstaining from political ...

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Another Leftist Attacks a Republican

The MSM continues to give Maxine Waters's rhetoric and antifa violence a pass. By the Political Editors · at the Patriot ...

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TDS: College Professor Shoots Himself in Class to Protest Prez


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Beginning to Worry about the Safety of the President 

                   By The Common Constitutionalist   President Donald J. Trump arrives at the Inaugural Parade ...

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Peter Hasson | Reporter/ The Daily Caller A Republican Party office in Wyoming was set on fire just two days after ...

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Police Respond to Mass Shooting Threat at MAGA Event at Trump Hotel

Jack Posobiec / TwitterPolice patrol outside the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday after a Twitter user threatened ...

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Peter Hasson | Reporter from The Daily Caller California man Farzad Fazeli was arrested Tuesday for allegedly trying to stab a ...

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State Representative Ryan MacKenzie’s Press Release



September 13, 2017

Hunting Abounds in PA

By Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (R-Lehigh/Berks)

With the change of seasons comes the anticipation of many residents to hit the woods and begin the long tradition of hunting in the Commonwealth.

Pennsylvania boasts one of the largest hunting populations in the country, with nearly 1 million hunting licenses sold each year. We are blessed with an abundance of state parks, game lands, forests, and mountains that are home to everything from fox, turkey, deer, and bear.

To help pass on the love of hunting to future generations, Pennsylvania offers the Mentored Youth Hunting Program, which is available to teach children under age 12

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Manufacturing Sector Increased Jobs at Fastest Pace in More Than 4 Years


Confidence in sector among consumers and business leaders has also improved

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BY: / the Washington Free Beacon

The manufacturing sector increased jobs at the fastest pace in the month of July than the sector had in more than four years, the New York Times reported.

While the jobs report showed there were fewer jobs created than were expected overall, jobs in the manufacturing sector showed improvement.

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Senator Lisa Boscola’s report


Pathways to Pardons

On Thursday, September 21, 2017, I will be welcoming Lt. Gov. Mike Stack to the City of Bethlehem’s Town Hall to conduct his Pathways to Pardons event. State law allows individuals who have committed a misdemeanor or felony in their past to apply for a pardon. This event provides individuals who are interested in pursuing a pardon to get expert advice about the process of receiving a pardon. I share Lt. Governor Stack’s belief in supporting giving people a second chance and through obtaining a pardon residents of our Commonwealth can be aided in their pursuit of a job, serving in the military or traveling outside the United States.


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The Monthly Report of Senator Pat Browne


Senate Appropriations Committee Report September 2017 Committee Website View Report Online

(all tables and graphics can be viewed online)

Budget Fix Remains Elusive

Despite the overwhelming approval of a state spending plan by both chambers of the General Assembly more than two months ago, additional legislation needed to fund that plan remains unfinished. In July, the Senate passed a responsible revenue package designed to close the $1.5 billion operating deficit from the previous fiscal year and fully fund indispensable programs such as public education and services for people with intellectual disabilities in the current fiscal year. The House of Representatives has yet to approve legislation necessary to fund the General Appropriations

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This RINO fled the swamp after getting career ending news


Swamp creatures have been scheming to derail Donald Trump’s agenda since the minute he took office.

One of the ring leaders was Pennsylvania’s RINO Congressman Charlie Dent.

But after getting the worst news of his life, Dent ended his political career.

Dent was a leader of the RINO “Tuesday Group.”

These are left-wing Republicans who agree with the Democrats on everything and fight conservatives and Donald Trump at every turn.

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State Rep Justin Simmons Announces that he will run for Congress against Charlie Dent


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 6, 2017


CONTACT: Ryan Shafik



Representative Justin Simmons will primary turncoat Charlie Dent

Dent has gone off the political rails, continues to side with Pelosi while undermining Republican policies.

(Coopersburg, PA) – Justin Simmons, the conservative Republican legislator, officially declared his candidacy against longtime liberal Congressman Charlie Dent. Simmons has received substantial positive feedback since his public pronouncement about possibly challenging Dent last week. As a result, Simmons is taking the next step by declaring his candidacy today through a video on his website:

“Like many Republicans, I used to support Charlie Dent. But in the past year, Charlie Dent has

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State Rep. Justin Simmons Report



Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact The Weekly Roundup Friday, September 08, 2017 The latest news from the State Capitol

House Returns to Session to Finish Budget Business – Members of the House will return to voting session at the state Capitol on Monday, Sept. 11, with the goal of finishing up the 2017-18 state budget process.

Among the outstanding items to be resolved is identifying the revenue necessary to fill last year’s budget shortfall. Lawmakers have been standing up

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Is Your Credit or Debit Card Information at Risk?


Weekly Roundup Friday, September 08, 2017 The latest news from the State Capitol Don’t Be Scammed by Skimmers

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is warning consumers to be on the lookout for credit or debit card skimmers that steal your information when the card is swiped or inserted.

Often combined with a concealed camera, thieves can also record your Personal Identification Number (PIN). With this information, thieves can withdraw money from your bank account and make unauthorized purchases. Additionally, the thieves may sell this information to others.

To help protect yourself, take the following steps:

Use ATMs in well-lit, secure locations and avoid using ATMs that are stand-alone units in corners of stores or other out-of-the-way locations. Look at the card reader slot

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