Recent Posts

Lawyer Care

LVC Note: the opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions ...

Read More

An Interview With Armstrong Williams on Trump’s Authenticity, Ben Carson’s Calming Effect, and Black Achievement

Rob Bluey / @RobertBluey / Ginny Montalbano / @GinnyMontalbano /The Daily Signal Armstrong Williams is a political commentator, entrepreneur, nationally syndicated columnist, and host of “The ...

Read More

215 Million Christians Facing Persecution Worldwide—Join the Movement!

What Is the State of the Church? American Pastors Network Hears from Researcher George Barna on Special Conference Call to Equip Pastors ...

Read More

Mike Pence, Tim Tebow, Tony Dungy have all been 'Christian Shamed.' This ugly form of bigotry must stop

By Bruce Riley Ashford | at Fox News ABC News, Joy Behar slammed for Mike Pence joke Joy Behar, "The ...

Read More

Hungarian Leader: 'Christianity Is Europe's Last Hope' in the Face of Islamic Immigration

at CBN News Hungary's leader says "Christianity is Europe's last hope" and that European countries that have favored migration are opening ...

Read More

North Korean Defector Slams Mainstream Media’s Glamorization of Kim Yo Jung

~ American Liberty Report Brutal North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un decided to send a sizable delegation to the Winter Olympics in ...

Read More

President Trump’s Approval Rating Sits at Nearly 50 Percent

~ Liberty Planet According to Rasmussen Reports, President Donald Trump’s approval rating is at nearly 50 percent. The actual approval rating ...

Read More

Learn what America means to young Ohio patriot Cannon Wagner

By Kevin Fobb at Renew America Age does not define an American patriot. Heart, spirit, compassion and faith are essential ...

Read More

Divisive Democrats, united by hate

  By Peter Lemiska at Renew America There isn't much room in today's Democrat Party for independent thought or moderate positions. ...

Read More

Why Leftists Are So Unhappy

Dennis Prager / @DennisPrager / The Daily Signal A student partakes in a protest against a pro-Trump rally at the University of Washington, Feb. ...

Read More

Latest News


Welcome to “Mike’s Memo,”


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 February 27, 2017

Students from Dauphin County Technical School recently visited my Capitol office to discuss career and technical education. It was a pleasure talking to them!

PA Department of State Budget Hearing The Senate Appropriations Committee budget hearings are underway. As Chair of theSenate State Government Committee, I had the opportunity to question PA

Continue reading…

White Issues Response to Council President on Philadelphia’s Sanctuary City Status


Representative Martina White

170th District

Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Media Contact: David Foster

267.207.0207 /



February 27 2017


White Issues Response to Council President on Philadelphia’s Sanctuary City Status


HARRISBURG – Rep. Martina White (R-Philadelphia) issued the following letter to Council President Darrell Clarke in response to Clarke’s letter asking her to reverse her position opposing sanctuary cities:


Dear Council President Clarke,


I appreciate you reaching out to me in reference to my legislation, House Bill 28. I have very grave concerns about Mayor Kenney’s executive order and how it impacts the safety of our citizens and violates federal law, specifically, but not

Continue reading…

Wagner Press Release – Statement in Response to York JCC Bomb Threat


Senator Scott Wagner


February 27, 2017


HARRISBURG – In response to today’s bomb threats made to the York and Harrisburg Jewish Community Centers, Senator Scott Wagner has issued the following statement.

“Today York, Pennsylvania, joined the unfortunate ranks of areas targeted by anti-Semitic acts of terrorism with a bomb threat called into the York Jewish Community Center. We cannot – and we should not – tolerate such hate within our state or our nation.”

“While we are all entitled to our opinions and freedom of speech, actions like those carried out today towards our Jewish Community Centers and other recent acts

Continue reading…

Increasing the Minimum Wage will Hurt the People Who can Least Afford It


February 21, 2017

About Us | Why CAP | Invest | News | Action

Inside this issue • Increasing the Minimum Wage will Hurt the People Who can Least Afford It Increasing the Minimum Wage will Hurt the People Who can Least Afford It To solve the budget deficit, Governor Wolf’s mathematically magical budget also includes an increase in the minimum wage. He is advocating an increase from $7.25 to $12.00 per hour. The Governor claims that

Continue reading…

Fish and Boat Commission Event | Budget Hearings Begin | Committee Hears about Fire, EMS, Veterans Issues | State Traffic Laws | Turnpike Jobs


Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact Weekly Roundup Friday, February 24, 2017 The latest news from the State Capitol You’re Invited! Fish and Boat Commission Informational Event

You’re invited to join me at the main terminal of the Reading Regional Airport for an informational seminar I will be hosting on Tuesday, March 28, from 6-8 p.m. about current issues and opportunities facing anglers, boaters and aquatic resources in Pennsylvania.

John Arway, executive director of the Fish and Boat Commission, will be there to discuss the expanded Keystone Select Stocked Trout

Continue reading…

Weekly Session Wrap-Up


Senate Budget Hearings: Treasury Independent Fiscal Office Department of State Auditor General Attorney General State System of Higher Education State Police/Homeland Security Senate Hearings on Proposed State Budget

The Senate Appropriations Committee is holding three weeks of public hearingson Governor Wolf’s proposed 2017-2018 state budget. Summaries and video of each of the first week’s hearings are listed below. I will follow up with the remaining hearings over the next two weeks.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017


During the PA Senate budget hearings with the PA Treasury, Senator Mensch asked State Treasurer Joe Torsella about what kind of leaseback payments we can expect from leasing the Farm Show complex.

Continue reading…

Transparent Times–State Rep Daryl Metcalfe





Latest News

State Forms

Photo Gallery


Transparent Times

Read the full text of the latest edition here.

Let’s Get Connected

Our District

Web Site

Office Locations

2525 Rochester Road, Suite 201, Cranberry Township, PA 16066 | Phone: (724) 772-3110

144 Main Capitol, PO Box 202012,

Continue reading…

Legislative Update


Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact Legislative Update Friday, February 24, 2017 The latest news from the State Capitol Budget Hearings Get Underway as State Faces Shortfall

Members of the House Appropriations Committee were briefed Tuesday on the state’s financial status during the first week of budget hearings.

The Independent Fiscal Office, a non-partisan state agency, confirmed an anticipated shortfall of at least $2.5 billion by July 1, 2018, reflective of sluggish economic growth, rising health care and pension costs, and an aging workforce. That shortfall can be reduced by substantive changes in public policy.

Next week’s hearings will include

Continue reading…

Page 100 of 206« First...9899100101102...200...Last »


What issues are most important to you in PENNSYLVANIA ONLY. Pick your top 3.

View Results