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Does “School Choice” Get a “Pass” or “Fail”?

September 12, 2023
Kids are back in school, and debates about our education system are front and center again. Between what can/can’t be taught and what can/can’t be read, schools are akin to a war zone.… Read More

Gaffe Way Through the First Term

July 31, 2023
As the 2024 season begins in earnest, speculation over President Biden’s competency has intensified. While people are living longer, more active lives, fitness- both mental and physical-… Read More

But What About 2023

July 31, 2023
Why Does 2023 Matter? With just 15 months until the general election of 2024, people around the world have begun to watch the Presidential ballot take shape, eagerly anticipating the next big… Read More

Hot Strike Summer Is Heating Up

July 31, 2023
The summer of 2023 has featured searing temperatures, freakishly warm oceans…and lots of workers either on the picket line or threatening to join one. Labor experts are calling it “Hot… Read More

A Cookout Crisis

July 19, 2023
Each summer, Americans of all creeds come together over one still-sacred, nearly ubiquitous tradition- the barbecue. Whether hosted on balcony or backyard, a good old-fashioned cookout brings… Read More

"Show Me the Way to Go Home..." The Homelessness Problem

July 19, 2023
Anyone who has been looking to buy a house or rent an apartment these last years knows how out of control the prices are. In New York City, the average monthly cost for a dinky studio apartment is… Read More

Low Energy Joe

July 5, 2023
With Jeb Bush no longer in the running, Donald Trump may very well have a new opponent to call ‘low energy’ in 2024; Joe Biden. While the President gears up for a grueling campaign and… Read More

Spoiler Alert- RFK JR in 2024

July 5, 2023
While there is much to speculate about as Republicans jockey for the Presidential nomination, corresponding updates from the Democrats suggests Joe Biden will once again seamlessly hit the trail on… Read More

It’s Gettin’ Hot in Here…

July 5, 2023
The summer of 2023 is shaping up to be the Summer of Indictments. It began in late March when a Grand Jury in New York charged former president Donald Trump with 34 counts around the payment of hush… Read More

Trump's Trophy Case

June 22, 2023
As we prepare for yet another grueling electoral season, all candidates will seek to highlight their political accomplishments in an effort to differentiate themselves from the pack. Frontrunners Joe… Read More

"It's Gettin' Hot In Heere…"

June 22, 2023
The recent wildfires in Canada – and the choking effects felt downwind –put the climate change issue back on the front pages in a big way. For several days, New York held the dubious… Read More

The Very Real Problems with Artificial Intelligence

June 8, 2023
In 1984, Arnold Schwarzenegger uttered his iconic phrase, “I’ll be back” in The Terminator. The basic premise of the movie is that Arnold is an assassin sent back in time to… Read More

Three Women We'd Like to Run

May 25, 2023
Although the GOP Presidential field for 2024 is shaping up to be racially and ideologically diverse, former Secretary of State Nikki Haley remains the sole female to brave the front lines. As Prime… Read More

Republican-led Immigration Policy

May 25, 2023
American immigration policy has entered a new, terrifying era with the expiration of existing Trumpian policy. The Biden administration declined to renew the pandemic-related restrictions designed to… Read More

Gen Z is a Gamechanger

May 25, 2023
“Z” may be the last number of the alphabet, but in politics, it’s becoming the first priority for political experts. That’s because Generation Z is rapidly being recognized as… Read More
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Governor Shapiro Visits the West Shore Senior Center in Cumberland County to Highlight Proposal to Expand the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program

From: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf
May 8, 2023
New Cumberland, PA – Today, Governor Josh Shapiro visited the West Shore Senior Center in Cumberland County to highlight his proposal to expand the Property Tax/Rent Rebate for Pennsylvania… Read More

First Lady Shapiro Visits Fort Indiantown Gap to Support Pennsylvania National Guard, Veterans

From: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf
May 8, 2023
Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania First Lady Lori Shapiro today visited Fort Indiantown Gap (FTIG) in Lebanon County, to show the Shapiro Administration’s support for the Pennsylvania… Read More

Shapiro Administration Announces All Commonwealth Agencies Take Critical Step in Improving Licensing, Permitting, and Certification Processes

From: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf
May 5, 2023
Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Josh Shapiro announced that all Commonwealth agencies under the Governor’s jurisdiction have completed a comprehensive review of their licensing,… Read More

ICYMI: "We Should Have Done This Years Ago:" Governor Shapiro Touts Plans to Expand the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program and Provide a Lifeline for Pennsylvanians in Erie

From: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf
May 5, 2023
Harrisburg, PA – Yesterday, Governor Josh Shapiro visited the Erie West Senior Center to highlight his budget’s proposed expansion of the Property Tax/Rent Rebate (PTRR) program to… Read More

Casey, Collins, Brown Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Help Grandparents Raising Children Live in Safe, Affordable Housing

May 4, 2023
Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA), Chairman of the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, as well as Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH), are… Read More