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California Passes Bill Allowing Violent Criminals to Walk Free

                      ~ Conservative Zone AB 1810, a measure that was tucked into the Omnibus Health Trailer Budget Bill that California Governor Jerry ...

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Ignore Media Lies: Trump is Right About Puerto Rican Deaths from Hurricane Maria

Written by Warner Todd Huston/eaglerising The media has spent all day attacking President Donald Trump over his statements about the deaths in ...

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Trump Denies That The Death Toll From Hurricane Maria Was 3,000. Here’s Where The Number Came From.

ByBEN SHAPIRO/dailywire @BENSHAPIRO On Thursday, President Trump leapt directly into the path of an oncoming public disaster, tearing into the official Puerto ...

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 DAPHNE MOON /thepatroitchronciles We all remember San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz desperate plea for aid in the wake of Hurricane Maria’s ...

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The Intersection of Biblical Prophecy & Politics--APN

American Pastors Network The Intersection of Biblical Prophecy & Politics Do people serving in public office consider God's view of government and Biblical prophecy? Listen ...

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George W. Bush Stands Behind Kavanaugh

Getty Images BY: Mikhael Smits / the Washington Free Beacon Former President George W. Bush reaffirmed his support for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh ...

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Dems Unleash Last-Ditch Effort to Smear Brett Kavanaugh

                        ~ Liberty Planet Democrats vowed to oppose the elevation of judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court even before his ...

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Pro-Hillary Election Rigging Scandal Erupts

                    ~ American Liberty Report Hillary Clinton is no stranger to accusations of election rigging and new evidence shows they were more ...

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Anti-Trump media having opposite effect in coal country: ‘We know what we need … We need a job’

(MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images) Chris White, DCNF/Daily Caller News Foundation   Media reports noting concerns about possible consequences from dinging Obama-era rollbacks are apparently ...

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Veritas video proves civil service system broken, Americans for Limited Government official speaks

  O’Keefe video proves civil service system broken, time to pass the MERIT Act Click on video link to see Mr. Manning ...

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Budget Updates from Senator Mensch



The state Senate passed a balanced and on-time state budget bill that boosts funding for education to the highest level in state history and allocates new funds to fight the state’s opioid epidemic.

Act 16A supports the core functions of government, and allocate $245 million in new funding for basic education, special education, and Pre-K Counts without the need for new or increased income or sales tax.

The budget also includes $15 million to address the state’s opioid epidemic, $11 million in

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In this Edition: State Senator Bob Mensch Reports


In this Edition: The Mensch Report: Spotted Lanternfly Board Approves Smallest State System Tuition Increase in More than a Decade Attention: Montgomery County Veterans! Help Locate Photographs for Pennsylvanian Vietnam Veterans on Wall of Faces Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Grant Program Pennsylvania Farm Conservation Tax Credit Program Applications Available Beginning August 1 FY 2016-17 Budget Charts Update to Plank/Ott/Meyers and Seitz Roads (SR 4044) Intersection Project DEP Accepting Applications for the 2016 Small Business Advantage Grants The Mensch Report: Spotted Lanternfly

This month’s Mensch Report features a specialized constituent announcement on the spotted lantern fly.

Spotted Lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, attacks grapes, apples, pines and stone fruits. It often attaches to the bark of Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima), an invasive species similar

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Pennsylvania Liberty Alliance Action!




21 folks from the PTCC and 5 PCTA groups rocked Hershey, Saturday! Not only did we distribute 1,800 flyers and tri-folds to educate the good folks of the 15th Senate district, we collected almost 200 petition signatures!

Senator Rob Teplitz, we talked to hundreds more and your constituents are NOT happy with you…I’m sure you’ll be hearing from them soon!

Folks couldn’t believe that Rob’s NO vote on November 23rd was the reason the bill failed. They are NOT happy.

This effort is just the beginning. Join us Saturday July 30th as we finish canvassing the Herhsey/Hummelstown areas.

The more the merrier and we sure did have a great time!

Numerous “new” folks to canvassing came out and

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Weekly Update-From the Commonwealth Foundation


Dear CF Friend,

As the Democratic National Convention kicks off this week in Philadelphia, big government is killing the City of Brotherly Love. Here’s how:

Tax-a-Cola—This year, Philadelphia imposed a 1.5 cent tax per ounce on soda, diet soda, and other sugary drinks. The tax was billed as a way to fund pre-K and community centers, but almost one-fifth of the money will go toward other purposes. Cigarette Tax Hike—The cigarette tax in the city will increase to $4.60 per pack on August 1, making it the third highest among the nation’s big cities. As is also true of the soda tax, the cigarette tax raises money on the backs of the city’s poorest residents. Teachers’ Union Failing Kids—In 2015, fewer than

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State Rep Justin Simmons Report


Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact The Weekly Roundup Friday, July 29, 2016 The latest news from the State Capitol Examining Pennsylvania’s Opioid Crisis

Starting next week, the House Majority and Minority Policy Committees will convene hearings statewide to gather testimony from law enforcement, medical professionals, treatment centers, employers, educators, advocates and citizens about the state’s opioid epidemic and potential solutions to address it.

The hearings will focus on the effectiveness of current strategies being used to combat addiction and other tools, resources and services

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Truth and freedom under attack in America


By Judie Brown at Renew America, Provo, Utah

Though those in politics may say that abortion is a right, we all know what it truly is – an act of murder that takes the life of an innocent child.

Two days ago the United States House of Representatives voted 245 to 182 to pass the Conscience Protection Act “to prevent governmental discrimination against providers of health services who decline involvement in abortion, and for other purposes.”

You might wonder why a need exists for such a proposal. I will attempt to address that question as simply as I can.

First and foremost, though the act of abortion is an act that results in the killing of an innocent person,

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Amid Complaints From Parents, Virginia School Board Pauses New Transgender Policy


By Kelsey Harkness / /at The Daily Signal

A school board in Northern Virginia walks back its decision to implement new gender identity guidelines for the 2016-17 school year. (Photo: Alys Tomlinson Image Source/Newscom)

Kelsey Harkness is a senior news producer at The Daily Signal.



After facing significant resistance from parents, a school board in Northern Virginia has decided to temporarily suspend the implementation of new regulations for accommodating transgender and gender nonconforming students.

“Fairfax County Public Schools will keep handling transgender student matters with privacy and dignity in the way they always have…case-by-case, which is exactly what we wanted them to do in the first place,” Fairfax County School Board member Elizabeth Schultz told The Daily

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Pennsylvania issuing Potassium Iodide to people living near nuclear Power Plants, Is something Up?




From: DOH Press Office [] Sent: Monday, July 25, 2016 7:46 AM To: Subject: Department of Health Distributing Free Potassium Iodide on August 4 to Pennsylvanians Near the State’s Five Nuclear Power Plants




July 25, 2016


Department of Health Distributing Free Potassium Iodide on August 4 to Pennsylvanians Near the State’s Five Nuclear Power Plants

Harrisburg, PA – The Department of Health will offer free potassium iodide, or KI, tablets Thursday, August 4, to Pennsylvanians who are within 10 miles of one of the state’s five nuclear power plants.


“KI tablets are an important part of emergency preparedness plans and go kits for residents who live or work within 10 miles

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