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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Pro-Life Group Castigates Hillary for 'Terrorist' Comparison

So let me get this straight about pro-abortion Hillary Clinton's latest attempt at twisted liberal logic: If you believe in the sanctity of all human life, you're a terrorist? Susan B. Anthony List president on Hillary's latest idiotic comment: "Doubling down" on abortion will not win Clinton votes.

Pro-Life Group Castigates Hillary for 'Terrorist' Comparison

Election Group: 141 US Counties Have More Registered Voters Than People

Looks like Democrats are cranking up their vaunted voter fraud machine in time for the 2016 presidential election.

Election Group: 141 U.S. Counties Have More Registered Voters Than People

The Party of No Choice


Sinking: Hillary Clinton Loses 10 Percent of Vote Among Democrats in Under a Month

The more voters get to know what Hillary Clinton stands for, the less they like (and we're talking about Democrats!)

Hillary Clinton Loses 10 Percent of Vote Among Democrats in Under a Month

Obituaries Keep Requesting Loved Ones Not Vote for Hillary

Too bad the Dearly Departed can't vote (unless you're a Democrat in Philadelphia, of course) ...
Obituaries Keep Requesting Loved Ones Not Vote for Hillary

ESPN, Curt Schilling and the Death of Free Speech

ESPN punishes Curt Schilling for personal Twitter post. Welcome to America 2015, where free speech is frowned upon by the Left.

Curt Schilling and the Death of Free Speech | Frontpage Mag

Finally! MSNBC Axes Al Sharpton's Low-Rated Weekday Show

MSNBC Axes Sharpton's Weekday Show | Truth Revolt

Hillary Admits Private Email Server 'Wasn't the Best Choice'

Hillary Admits Private Email Server 'Wasn't the Best Choice' | Truth Revolt

Joe Biden About to Invade Hillary's 'Personal Space'


Pa. to kick off online voter registration

Pa. to kick off online registration

Poll: Majority in Pa. oppose Iran nuke deal

Pennsylvania voters oppose the Obama nuclear pact with Iran 61 - 26 percent, according to a new Quinnipiac University Poll, so why is Democratic Sen. Bob Casey Jr. voting against the best interests of his constituents?
2016 Presidential Swing State Polls Poll - August 24, 2015 - Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania Vo | Quinnipiac University Connecticut

Is the college bubble next to burst?

Welcome to Economics 101, a lesson college presidents are beginning to learn. The warning signs are all around us. American colleges and universities pricing themselves out of business.

La Salle University lays off staff in wake of enrollment shortfall

New Jindal Immigration Ad: Follow the Law

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Poll: Pennsylvania Voters Say Attorney General Kane Should Resign

One of the takeaways from this poll: Democrats will stand by corrupt politicians to the end (see Kathleen Kane and Hillary Clinton)

From a new Quinnipiac University Poll:
Pennsylvania voters disapprove 54 - 20 percent of the job Kathleen Kane is doing as State Attorney General and say 49 - 27 percent that she should resign.

Democrats are divided 39 - 37 percent on whether Kane should resign while Republicans say 60 - 16 percent that she should go and independent voters agree 44 - 32 percent. Men favor resignation 51 - 27 percent and women say 46 - 27 percent that Kane should quit. 
2016 Presidential Swing State Polls Poll - August 25, 2015 - Pennsylvania Voters Say Attorn | Quinnipiac University Connecticut

Hillary Clinton Goes to Class and Gets Schooled

Biden's interest in presidential bid fuels Clinton world panic

Biden's interest in presidential bid fuels Clinton world panic

What's a 'little' terror among friends?


USA Today: Clinton emails show 'bad judgment bordering on recklessness'

No one has ever accused USA Today of being a conservative newspaper. That's what makes this editorial questioning Hillary Clinton's judgment so blistering. 

Paper: Clinton emails show 'bad judgment bordering on recklessness'

Unhinged liberal Sen. Bob Casey says he's pro-life and pro-Planned Parenthood

Pro-life and pro-Planned Parenthood - Opinion - Citizens' Voice

Saturday, August 22, 2015

With obstructionist Democrats out of the way, Congress is moving again

Buzzards circling over Hillary Clinton

WESLEY PRUDEN: Hillary Clinton's dying campaign - Washington Times

The public doesn't trust Hillary, for good reason

The public doesn't trust Hillary, for good reason

Let's compare the Republican and Democratic presidential fields


Is this woman the new Lois Lerner?

Is this woman the new Lois Lerner?

Estimated 20,000 people attend Donald Trump rally in Alabama

In Alabama, Trump draws biggest crowd yet

Hillary Clinton: Democratic Nominee or Indictee?

Pat Buchanan: Hillary: Nominee or indictee?

Poll: Obama's approval ratings dip on ISIS, Iran concerns

Poll: Obama's approval ratings dip on ISIS, Iran concerns

Growing Majority of Americans Want Congress to Reject Iran Nuclear Deal

Growing Majority of Americans Want Congress to Reject Iran Nuclear Deal

Friday, August 21, 2015

World's Highest Paid Actress Makes Yearly Income Equal to 173 Hillary Clinton Speeches

You know who you are, Jennifer Lawrence...

World's Highest Paid Actress Makes Yearly Income Equal to 173 Hillary Clinton Speeches

Obama Kept Secret the Release Of Violent Criminal Illegal Immigrants

DHS Kept Secret the Release Of Violent Criminal Illegal Immigrants

The Democrats' Recycling Bin


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GUEST COLUMN: Gov. Wolf's budget numbers don't add up

Gov. Tom Wolf recently visited Montgomery County to blast the budget plan that he vetoed, along with the much-needed pension reform bill. His main argument is that the budget passed by the Legislature doesn't add up. He used the term "bad math."

The governor also continues to perpetrate the myth that a severance tax on the Marcellus Shale industry is holding up a budget deal and the revenue raised from such a tax would fund the bulk of his initiatives.

A closer look at the governor's budget plan reveals that his math is not adding up.

He is using the severance tax to play a shell game, diverting attention from where the real revenue will come from to fund his budget; the taxpayers of Pennsylvania.

Let's look at the numbers.When the governor proposed his severance tax, he set an artificial price floor at $2.97 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) for all gas produced in state, regardless of its actual sale price. This was advertised to bring in $1 billion in revenue. To the governor’s credit, he has removed that artificial price floor.

The only issues now are that his numbers don’t add up and the lion's share of that tax is not going to education.

The House Appropriations Committee analysis based on the current price of the natural gas concludes only $165.7 million will be generated from a severance tax, this after $225 million is deducted to cover the current impact fee, $55 million to pay the interest on a new borrowing program and the additional $10 million for the Department of Environmental Protection.

The governor therefore needs another tax to bring in the revenue he calls for in his ambitious increase in spending.

Another sleight-of-hand in the governor's budget is his property tax relief plan. This calls for an increase in the state income tax from 3.07  percent to 3.7 percent and an increase/expansion of the state sales tax from 6 to 6.6 percent.

Many residents in our area will recognize that conceptually this plan sounds like House Bill 76, which would eliminate the school property tax with a slightly higher increase in the income tax and sales tax.

The governor's plan only uses the increase in the income tax for modest property tax relief, while the increase/expansion of the sales tax all goes into the General Fund.

This is the tax the governor needs to fuel his aggressive spending. It is estimated that the increase and expansion of the sales tax would bring in $1.55 billion.

Again, to fund his massive spending plan the governor needs that increase and expansion of the sales tax to fund the major portions of his budget (education and welfare) while leaving nothing for property tax reduction.

One last area where the governor's math doesn't add up. The governor correctly points out that Pennsylvania’s credit rating has suffered from massive borrowing programs and unfunded pension liability.

That's what makes two of his proposals all the more perplexing. He wants to borrow $3 billion to pay down the unfunded liability in the state's pension plans (while ignoring calls to reform the plans for future employees) and he wants to borrow $165 million to fund alternative energy and jobs programs.

How is borrowing more than $3 billion going to help with Pennsylvania's poor credit rating?

We call on the governor to stop playing this political version of the old three-card monte game and level with the taxpayers of Pennsylvania. He needs to tell the taxpayers that he wants an increase and expansion of the sales tax so he can fund his ambitious plan.

We believe we need to be fiscally responsible with people's tax dollars.

We voted for a fiscally responsible budget and a reform plan for public pensions and the governor vetoed them; if he wants to compromise, controlling costs must be the first step, not raising taxes on middle-class families.

State Rep. Tom Quigley is a Republican who represents the 146th House District in parts of Montgomery County. He was first elected to the Pennsylvania Legislature in 2004. State Rep. Warren Kampf is a Republican who represents the 157th House District in parts of Chester and Montgomery counties. He was first elected to the Pennsylvania Legislature in 2010.

Newspaper: Kathleen Kane is damaged goods, her credibility is shot


Editorial: Kathleen Kane's woes: A new & troubling twist

Liberal Double Standards and Planned Parenthood

David Limbaugh: Liberal Double Standards and Planned Parenthood

Pa. AG Kane refuses to release porn emails she wanted to make public

Pa. AG Kane refuses to release porn emails she wanted to make public

Poll: Even Most Teachers Oppose Mandatory Union Fees

Poll: Even Most Teachers Oppose Mandatory Union Fees

This Is the Worst Poll Yet for Hillary Clinton


This Is the Worst Poll Yet for Hillary Clinton

Thursday, August 20, 2015

A MUST READ: The People v. Hillary Rodham Clinton

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, the story you are about to hear is the story of a powerful person who believed her needs and her desires trumped federal law, who believed rules are for the little people. It’s a story of a woman who was running the State Department with one eye on the White House and — because of her own political needs — established a private means of communication that placed America’s national security at risk. 
 
To put the case plainly, the Defendant, Hillary Rodham Clinton, intentionally and unlawfully transmitted classified and confidential information crucial to our national defense through an unsecured, private e-mail system. Moreover, she negligently stored confidential national defense information on unsecured and unauthorized private devices, including a server located in the bathroom of a loft apartment in Denver. Hillary Clinton committed federal crimes.
Read the full post at the link below:

David A. French: The People v. Hillary Rodham Clinton

Federal Judge: Hillary Clinton 'Violated Government Policy'

Federal Judge: Clinton 'Violated Government Policy'

House Dem: Clinton May Have 'Disqualified Herself' With E-Mail Scandal

House Dem: Clinton May Have 'Disqualified Herself' With E-Mail Scandal

Obama Pushes Stealth Gun Control Agenda

Social Security Admits Plan to Add Recipients to Gun Background Check System

On the way to Hillary's coronation ...


10 States and Washington, D.C., Issue Driver's Licenses to Illegal Immigrants

From the Washington Free Beacon:
California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Vermont, and Washington, as well as Washington, D.C,, issue driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. The states are estimated to have an illegal immigrant population of 4,120,000 combined.
And the list is expected to grow as Democrats rush to grant amnesty to illegals (and sign them up to vote for Democrats, of course.

10 States and Washington, D.C., Issue Driver's Licenses to Illegal Immigrants

Watchdog: 2 National Security Laws Appear Broken in Clinton Email Scandal

Watchdog: Two National Security Laws Appear Broken in Clinton Email Scandal

Sources: FBI asking questions about indicted PA AG Kathleen Kane

Sources: FBI asking questions about Kane

Obama’s Energy Wish Is Coming True; Coal Producers Are Collapsing and Energy Costs Are Rising

Obama's Energy Wish Is Coming True; Coal Producers Are Collapsing and Costs Are Rising

Obama's Toxic Environmental Pollution Agency

Michelle Malkin: Obama's Toxic Environmental Pollution Agency

Say it dammit: Bernie Sanders is a 'Socialist'

Networks of the World Unite! Won't Call Sanders 'Socialist' 82% of the Time

Hillary Clinton's Email Meltdown


Associated Press Continues to Carry Water for Clinton Campaign

AP Keeps Hillary's Press Conference Walkout, 'With a Cloth?' Response Out of Coverage

16 Journalists Accept Planned Parenthood Awards Despite Horrifying Abortion Videos

16 Journalists Accept Planned Parenthood Awards – Despite Horrifying Abortion Videos!

ABC Ignores Hillary’s E-Mail Server Scandal; Hypes Rubio Hitting Boy With Football

ABC Ignores Hillary’s E-Mail Server Scandal; Hypes Trump on Illegals, Rubio Hitting Boy with Football

Monday, August 17, 2015

New ad targets 'dishonest' Hillary Clinton over emails

Bob Woodward: Clinton emails 'reminds me of the Nixon tapes'

If there's one person who knows about corrupt politicians, it's Bob Woodward of "Watergate" fame. Woodward is now comparing Hillary's missing emails with the gap in the Nixon tapes. And we all know what happened to Richard Nixon.

This is what Woodward said on a recent appearance on MSNBC:
"Follow the trail here," Woodward said. "There are all these emails. Well, they were sent to someone or someone sent them to her. So, if things have been erased here, there's a way to go back to these emails or who received them from Hillary Clinton. So, you've got a massive amount of data in a way, reminds me of the Nixon tapes: Thousands of hours of secretly recorded conversations that Nixon thought were exclusively his."
Bob Woodward: Clinton emails 'reminds me of the Nixon tapes'

'Lord of the Rings' actor decries 'extraordinary silence in the West' against Islamic extremism

John Rhys-Davies decries 'extraordinary silence in the West' against Islamic extremism - Washington Times

Kathleen Kane's ouster could come suddenly via PA Supreme Court

Kane ouster could come suddenly - News - Citizens' Voice

Friday, August 14, 2015

I'm from the Obama EPA and I'm here to help ...


Pennsylvania Goes From 'Lean D' to 'Toss-Up' in 2016 Presidential Race

 Considering Pennsylvania hasn't voted for a Republican presidential candidate since George H.W. Bush, this is a big deal.

PA Goes From 'Lean D' to 'Toss-Up' in 2016 Presidential Race

Hillary Borrowed Book On How to Delete Emails Permanently

CAN'T MAKE THIS UP: Hillary Borrowed Book On How to Delete Emails Permanently

Intelligence community wants Hillary Clinton security clearance suspended

Hillary Clinton emails: Intelligence community wants security clearance suspended - Washington Times

Hillary's Server Has Seen Better Days


Just 33 percent approve of Obama's handling of Iran

Just 33 percent approve of Obama's handling of Iran

Dems' August Angst Over Hillary Clinton

Dems start to worry about the Clinton email scandal

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Trump, the counterfeit Republican

George F. Will: Trump, the counterfeit Republican

Liberal academic fascism spreads on US campuses

Walter Williams: Academic fascism

The Kathleen Kane ruse: Desperate ploy

Editorial: The Kane ruse: Desperate ploy

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Size, cost of PA AG Katheen Kane's security detail questioned

Bodyguards make sure Kane isn't 'victim of organized cartels'

The Obama Administration's War on the Press

Under Barack Obama, the United States was dropped to 49th place among countries in the World Press Freedom Index

The Obama Administration's War on the Press Could Become a Touch More Literal

How Campus Feminism Infantilizes Women

Hillary Clinton: More Gov’t Spending Will Make College Cheaper, Somehow!

Hillary Clinton: More Gov’t Spending Will Make College Cheaper, Somehow!

$1M in 'secret, unaccountable' money flows into Clinton super PAC

Clinton super PAC accepts $1M donation, prompting disclosure outcry

Disgraced NBC anchor Brian Williams should be kept off the air

Brian Williams should be kept off the air

Obama's health insurance co-ops are drowning

Obama's health insurance co-ops: They're drowning

Reagan Warned Us About Obama

Monday, August 10, 2015

Poll: 65% of Americans Would Not Vote for Obama Again

Talk about voter remorse!

65 Percent of Americans Would Not Vote for Obama Again

Fake Hate: 9 False Discrimination Stories the Media Ran With

Fake Hate: 9 False Discrimination Stories the Media Ran With

MSM Downplays, Hides Obama EPA's Responsibility for Western River Contamination

Press Downplays, Hides EPA's Responsibility for Western River Contamination

Preview of Next GOP Debate


Guest Column: Democrats' Cauldron of Corruption


By Lowman S. Henry

Bribery, mail fraud, racketeering, criminal conspiracy, official repression, conspiracy to commit bribery, money laundering, bank fraud, wire fraud, obstructing the administration of law - these are just some of the charges filed against Pennsylvania Democratic elected officials in recent days. It is clear the Democratic Party in Pennsylvania has a corruption problem. It is big. It is deep. And it is going to get worse before it gets better. 

Allegations of corruption extend from the national level, with the New York Post reporting presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is the target of a federal criminal investigation; to the state level where Attorney General Kathleen Kane has now been indicted on criminal charges; to the local level where officials in Reading and Allentown are ensnared in an investigation which has already resulted in one guilty plea.

The Democrats' cauldron of corruption boiled over in recent days with the indictment of Philadelphia congressman Chaka Fattah on a variety of federal charges, the long expected Kane indictment, a guilty plea entered by the President of the Reading City Council, all of this amid reports the Democratic State Committee belatedly cut ties with a political consultant who is a central figure in the Allentown/Reading investigation.

Although details remain sketchy, it would appear the federal investigation into corruption in Allentown and Reading are tied to the case against former state treasurer Rob McCord who stepped down earlier this year and plead guilty to shaking down treasury vendors for campaign contributions. Rumors continue to circulate in Harrisburg others may become snared in that trap as well.

Unlike past incidents of corruption, like Bonusgate and Computergate which resulted in the convictions of both Republicans and Democrats, the current tidal wave of wrong-doing is exclusively a Democratic affair. With Governor Tom Wolf engaged in a budget stand-off, and statewide elections for a seat in the U.S. Senate and three constitutional offices on the ballot next year, Democrats face electoral Armageddon.

The immediate policy impact is on the state budget process where Wolf and legislative Republicans are at loggerheads weeks after the constitutional deadline for having a new spending plan in place. The governor is fighting for a historic increase in both taxes and spending; the GOP refuses to comply. Unlike past budget battles, the current stalemate has attracted little public attention and thus no pressure on either side to cave.

Governor Wolf already has the tough sale of building support to raise taxes on virtually every Pennsylvanian.  But, with his party mired in wave after wave of corruption, voters will be even less willing to entrust him with more of their tax dollars. Although the indictments do not involve either Wolf or his administration, they cast all Democrats in a negative light giving Republicans another advantage in the budget stand-off.

As 2016 approaches the pervasive corruption in the Democratic Party will give Republicans a ready-made issue. The position of Attorney General is on the ballot next year and the longer Kathleen Kane clings to power the greater becomes the GOP's chances of reclaiming an office it has traditionally held. Even though the Democratic nominee is likely going to be someone other than Kane, he or she will be handicapped by Kane's corruption. State Treasurer is also on the ballot in 2016, with Rob McCord having left office in disgrace the advantage again will tilt to the eventual Republican nominee.

All of this, of course, will be affected by the national political climate. Republicans will have to be competitive in Pennsylvania at the Presidential level for "row office" candidates to have a chance. At this early stage, with all the controversy swirling around Hillary Clinton and a 17-person Republican primary, it is difficult to forecast what that dynamic might be next Fall.  

This much is certain: Pennsylvania Democrats have the most serious and wide-ranging corruption problem since the days of the Milton Shapp Administration back in the 1970s. And that gave rise to the governorship of Dick Thornburgh and Republican governance in Harrisburg.  If the current drumbeat of corruption continues history may be about to repeat itself.

Lowman S. Henry is chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research in Harrisburg and host of the weekly Lincoln Radio Journal.  His e-mail address is lhenry@lincolninstitute.org)

Pope Francis gets it wrong on climate change

The pope's climate change dictum misreads science, will doom billions to perpetual poverty

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Montgomery County district attorney race looms over prosecution of Kane

Brad Bumsted: Montgomery County district attorney race looms over prosecution of Kane

Sunday, August 09, 2015

Top Democratic officials ask PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane to resign

Indicted Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane finds herself with few friends as she prepares to defend herself against felony charges.

Gov. Tom Wolf, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale and House Democratic Leader Frank Dermody are asking fellow Democrat Kathleen Kane to step down as attorney general.

The longer she clings to office, the more damage she does to the Democratic Party.

My prediction is Kane will resign in the next couple of weeks if she can work out a plea deal with the Montgomery County District Attorney to avoid jail time on the five felony counts filed against Kane last Thursday.

Calls mount for Attorney General Kathleen Kane to resign

More Pa. newspapers call for resignation of Attorney General Kathleen Kane


In addition to the 8 newspapers I cited in a previous post, several more Pennsylvania newspapers are calling for the resignation of indicted Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, the first woman and the first Democrat ever elected to the post in state history.

The calls to step down include the very liberal Harrisburg Patriot News: For the Good of the Commonwealth, Kathleen Kane Must Resign
Because honoring her oath to protect uphold the law demands no less. She cannot be a defender of the law and also hold herself above it by remaining in office.
She must resign.
Norristown Times Herald: Pennsylvania Attorney General Kane Should Resign
But for the sake of her office, and for the sake of the commonwealth, she should heed Gov. Tom Wolf’s call for her to resign. It just doesn’t look good that the state’s chief law enforcement officer is doing her job while facing criminal charges herself.
Easton Express-Times: Kathleen Kane Case Troubling on Many Levels
In the meantime, Kane must relinquish her office. There's simply no way she can maintain public confidence in her abilities and professionalism until this is resolved.
Wilkes-Barre Citizens' Voice: Kathleen Kane Should Resign
"Kane, regardless of whether she is criminally liable, has forfeited her credibility. She should resign to focus on her own defense and to put the Office of Attorney General on a steadier, more professional course." 
 Sunbury Daily Item: Kane's Troubles Too Much To Overcome
As Wolf said, Kane is entitled to her day in court. However, she must understand continuing as the state’s top prosecutor with this dark cloud looming over her and the office creates an unlikely scenario in which Kane must balance appropriately serving those who elected her while defending herself against criminal charges. In that context, the only move for Kane and taxpayers is for Kane to walk away.
 

The rise and fall of Democrat Kathleen Kane

Bent on retaliation, Kane put her career and liberty in jeopardy

Saturday, August 08, 2015

D.A. releases booking mugshot of PA AG Kathleen Kane


The Montgomery County District Attorney's Office has released the booking mugshot of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, the first woman and first Democrat elected to the post in state history. The photo was taken Saturday in Norristown, Pa., where Kane turned herself in to county detectives. She was released on $10,000 bail after arraignment and is scheduled to return to Montgomery County on August 24 for a preliminary hearing on the charges. Kane has been charged with five felonies, including perjury and obstruction, for allegedly leaking secret grand jury material to embarrass political rivals and then lying about it under oath.The 49-year-old Kane has refused repeated calls to resign but has lost most of her political allies, including fellow Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf, who urged her to resign after charges were announced Thursday.

Kathleen Kane's hometown newspaper: She should resign for sake of office

You know it's over when your hometown newspaper is calling for your political head. From an editorial in the Scranton Times-Tribune:
Attorney General Kathleen Kane has maneuvered herself into a tragic position where resigning is the best thing she can do for the commonwealth and the Office of Attorney General.

Ms. Kane, regardless of whether she is criminally liable, has forfeited her credibility. She should resign to focus on her own defense and to put the Office of Attorney General on a steadier, more professional course.
Editorial: Kane should resign for sake of office - Opinion - The Times-Tribune

This is going to be a long campaign ...


Pennsylvania newspapers demand Kathleen Kane's resignation


Regardless of political leanings, liberal and conservative newspapers throughout Pennsylvania are calling for the immediate resignation of embattled Democratic Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, who was indicted this week on five felony charges.

Here's a sampling of recent newspaper editorials:

The Philadelphia Inquirer : If Kane Won't Quit, Impeach Her

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: The Kane Charges: Step Aside, Madam AG

Lancaster Newspapers: If Kathleen Kane Wants To 'Clean Up Harrisburg,' She Should Resign Now 

Reading Eagle: Kathleen Kane Must Resign

Scranton Times-Tribune: Kane Should Resign For Sake Of Office

Bucks County Courier Times: Kane Should Step Down

York Daily Record: Attorney General Kathleen Kane Should Resign 

Philadelphia Daily News: Off to Court? Quit Office

Hillary Clinton campaign is crashing

Katie Pavlich: Hillary's downfall

Three strikes for the Obama climate change plan

Jay Ambrose: Three strikes for the Obama climate change plan

Newspaper: PA AG Kane must resign or face impeachment

Philadelphia Inquirer Editorial: People vs. Kane

Thursday, August 06, 2015

Despite Obama's Claims, Health Spending Grew 5.5% Due to Affordable Care Act

Despite Obama's Claims, Health Spending Grew 5.5% Due to Affordable Care Act

Obama's War on Coal


Newspaper Calls on PA AG Kane to Resign

Editorial: The Kane charges: Step aside, Madam AG

Name That Party: Daily Beast Omits Pa. Atty. Gen. Kathleen Kane's Dem Affiliation

Name That Party: Daily Beast Omits Pa. Atty. Gen. Kathleen Kane's Dem Affiliation

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf calls on fellow Democrat Kathleen Kane to step down as attorney general

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf calls on Kathleen Kane to step down as attorney general

3 Week Mark: Nets Spend 92 Minutes on Cecil the Lion; 20 Minutes on Abortion Videos

3 Week Mark: Nets Spend 92 Minutes on Cecil the Lion; 20 Minutes on Abortion Videos

Video: Hillary Voters Support Repealing Bill of Right

Jon Stewart's Lowest Moment: Hiroshima Makes Truman a War Criminal

Jon Stewart's Lowest Moment: Hiroshima Makes Truman a War Criminal

About That 'Obama Recovery'


Hillary's economic plan doesn't add up

Hillary's economic plan doesn't add up

University of New Hampshire Language Guide: 'American' Is Offensive

U of New Hampshire Language Guide: 'American' Is Offensive | Frontpage Mag

Obama's 'Clean Energy' Plan Comes w/Carbon Tax, Targets Red States

Obama's 'Clean Energy' Plan Comes w/Carbon Tax, Targets Red States | Frontpage Mag

Hillary Speaks With Fake Southern Accent … Again

Hillary Speaks Southern… Again | Truth Revolt

Hillary's Growing Email Problems