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BREAKING: Police Arrest Far-Left Antifa Thugs After Violence Erupts at ‘We the People’ Rally in Philadelphia (VIDEOS)

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by Cristina Laila /The Gateway Pundit

 

Violence erupted at the ‘We the People’ rally in Philadelphia Saturday after hundreds of far-left Antifa thugs showed up to cause trouble.

A planned rally by conservative groups to show support for ICE and police officers was met with hundreds of black-clad, masked Antifa thugs on Saturday near the Independence Visitor Center on 5th and 6th streets.

According to reports, about 80 conservatives showed up to the rally compared to the hundreds of Antifa thugs who showed up to counter-protest (cause trouble).

According to the police commissioner, 4 people were arrested; one person punched a police captain.

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Mike’s Memo Week of November 19, 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 November 19, 2018 Column: Looking Forward to 2019

THANK YOU to the voters of the 48th Senatorial District for reelecting me! I’m honored to have received your overwhelming support and I look forward to again representing you in the Pennsylvania General Assembly for four more years.

I will continue to fulfill my oath of office to “. . .

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Rep. Smucker’s E-Update

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HOME ABOUT CONTACT MEDIA SERVICES Thank you for subscribing to my E-Newsletter! This week I want to update you on a recent event I attended honoring our veterans, share what was discussed at a recent town hall meeting, and let you know about important legislation supported by President Trump that will help lower recidivism rates.

I enjoy hearing from you and responding to your questions via email, phone calls, and letters. If you’d like to share your concerns or opinions with me, or if you have questions about legislation or specific votes, you can send me an email Continue reading…

Guest Post: Bluer Blue, Redder Red

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Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania Guest Post: Bluer Blue, Redder red

By, Lowman S. Henry Chairman and CEO of the Lincoln Institute and host of the weekly Lincoln Radio Journal

On the surface it would appear the power dynamic in Pennsylvania state government changed little as a result of last week’s General Election. Governor Tom Wolf was re-elected and Republicans retained solid control of both the state House and the state Senate.

Back from where we started?

Not quite. The 2018 election cycle saw the continuation of two trends: the drift of Democrats into the arms of the socialist Left, and a Republican power shift from the Philadelphia suburbs to the more conservative central and western parts of the state.

Governor Tom Wolf has often (and

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State Senator Lisa Boscola’s Report

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Sen. Boscola Re-Elected to Chair Senate Democratic Policy Committee

Pictured above: Sens. Anthony H. Williams, John Blake, Larry Farnese, Wayne Fontana, Vincent Hughes, Judy Schwank, Jay Costa and Lisa Boscola

State Senate Democrats unanimously re-elected Senator Lisa M. Boscola to chair the Senate Democratic Policy Committee.

“I am proud to have the support of my senate caucus colleagues and look forward to working with both Democrats and Republicans in the upcoming session,” Boscola said.

The Democratic Policy Committee researches issues and develops the Democratic Caucus’ legislative policy. Boscola was first elected to the leadership position in 2011.

Under Boscola’s leadership, the committee has been active statewide. From Scranton to Pittsburgh, the Democratic Policy Committee has held numerous hearings

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State Rep Ryan Mackenzie’s Report

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Representative Ryan Mackenzie

134th District

Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 14, 2018

Startups for Soldiers Program Helps Thousands of

Veteran Business Owners

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

With November commemorating Veterans Day and highlighting National Veterans Small Business Week, I wanted to spotlight a program I created to help those veterans seeking to start a business in Pennsylvania.

The Startups for Soldiers program was signed into law in 2016. It waives state business startup fees for individuals transitioning to the civilian workforce from the United States Armed Forces, as well as those

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State Senator Lisa Boscola’s Report

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FedEx Ground Opens Lehigh Valley Hub

FedEx Ground is a Pennsylvania company that was looking at several states to construct this facility and chose to stay in Pennsylvania. FedEx is not simply moving jobs from one end of the state to the other. Instead it is choosing to stay here and grow here in Pennsylvania.

Today, I was afforded the opportunity to share in the celebration of FedEx Ground’s opening of its Lehigh Valley Hub.

The impact of this Hub will be felt well past this property.

I have been proud to work alongside Governor Wolf and my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to make this day a reality. It took a bipartisan effort to

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Thank You for Allowing Me to Serve

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Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact Thank You for Allowing Me to Serve When I made the decision to run for public office, I knew it wouldn’t be easy. I expected the sacrifices of late nights and time away from a growing family during my time in office. I ran anyway.More than anything, it was important to me that residents of the 158th District had a strong voice in Harrisburg. From job growth to pension reform, preserving open space to fighting for our schools, your issues were my issues.

Of course,

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