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Friday, March 15, 2019

She speaks with a forked tongue ...


Every Time Democrats Talk, I Want To Vote For Trump Twice

Every Time Democrats Talk, I Want To Vote For Trump Twice: Every time Democrats tease another 'end of the presidency' bombshell, I laugh. I can’t keep track of the scandals meant to bring Trump's shameful end.

The end of Pat Toomey's political career?

Did US Sen. Pat Toomey commit political suicide by siding with Senate Democrats to oppose President Trump's emergency declaration on the Southern Border? Pretty much. Or maybe Toomey has already decided his current term in the U.S. Senate will be his last. In that case, he's a lame duck and has no clout whatsoever.

Extremely disappointing to see Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania among "The Dirty Dozen" GOP RINOs who voted with Democrats to overturn President Trump's National Emergency Declaration on the US-Mexico border.

Here are the names of the 12 RINOs who voted with Chuck Schumer and Senate Democrats today: Lamar Alexander, Roy Blunt, Susan Collins, Mike Lee, Jerry Moran, Lisa Murkowski, Rand Paul, Rob Portman, Mitt Romney, Marco Rubio, Patrick J. Toomey, Roger Wicker.

 

Thursday, March 14, 2019

X marks the spot


New Harvard Research Says U.S. Christianity Is Growing Stronger

New Harvard Research Says U.S. Christianity Is Growing Stronger: Is Christianity really in ‘widespread decline’ so much so that conservative believers should suffer ‘growing anxiety’? Absolutely not.

Every Time Democrats Talk, I Want To Vote For Trump Twice

Every Time Democrats Talk, I Want To Vote For Trump Twice: Every time Democrats tease another 'end of the presidency' bombshell, I laugh. I can’t keep track of the scandals meant to bring Trump's shameful end.

Beto, The Ultimate Limousine Liberal Gen Xer, Announces For Prez

Beto, The Ultimate Limousine Liberal Gen Xer, Announces For Prez: He's the farthest thing from self-made, but that can't stop Vanity Fair from fawning all over him. Now he's entering the crowded field of 2020 hopefuls.

Monday, March 11, 2019

Tucker Comes Out Swinging Against the Liberal ‘Outrage Machine’

Tucker Comes Out Swinging Against the Liberal ‘Outrage Machine’

3,250,000 Page Views at Tony Phyrillas on Politics

My site counter has recorded 2,250,000 Page Views at Tony Phyrillas on Politics. Thanks for checking out my blog ... and come back again.

Nancy Pelosi Has a Vision Problem ...


Morning Nets Ignore Smollett Indicted by Grand Jury on 16 Counts for Faking Hate Crime

Welcome to Liberal Media Bias 101: When the fake hate crime story was an opportunity for the MSM to blame Trump, you had the Smollett case on every channel and in every newspaper. When it turned out Smollett made the whole thing up, it's no longer news? That's today's lesson in liberal media bias.

Morning Nets Ignore Smollett Indicted by Grand Jury on 16 Counts for Faking Hate Crime

STUDY: CNN’s 'The Situation Room' Is a Weeklong Promo for Dem Investigations

STUDY: CNN’s 'The Situation Room' Is a Weeklong Promo for Dem Investigations

Saturday, March 09, 2019

DNC Blacklisting Of Fox News Proves GOP Needs To Fight Media

DNC Blacklisting Of Fox News Proves GOP Needs To Fight Media: When are Republicans going to stop playing by two sets of rules?

The Democratic Party Has Normalized Anti-Semitism

The Democratic Party Has Normalized Anti-Semitism: Yes, Rep. Ilhan Omar is a problem. But the fact that the Democratic Party refuses to condemn her anti-Semitic rhetoric is a disaster.

35 Key People Involved In The Russia Hoax Who Need To Be Investigated

35 Key People Involved In The Russia Hoax Who Need To Be Investigated: Democrats want to interview 81 people as their desperate search for collusion with Russia continues. Try this list instead.

Captain Marvel is Painfully Average

Tuesday, March 05, 2019

Thursday, February 28, 2019

New Poll: 'Trust In Media Hits Bottom'

I've been a working journalist for 36 years and I've never seen so much bias in reporting as I do today. I reject 90 percent of the political stories that move daily on The Associated Press wire because of blatant left-wing bias. Reporters routinely interject their personal political bias into every news story, especially when it comes to covering the Trump Administration. It's no surprise that the majority of Americans have lost faith in the media. And it's not Donald Trump's fault for calling them out for "fake news." He's merely pointing out the obvious. The media needs to look in the mirror to find out why public trust has vanished.

New Poll: 'Trust In Media Hits Bottom'

Guest Column: What is wrong with a property tax?

The right to personal property sets the United States apart from other nations. Outside the United States, the rights to property have long been subject to the realm of kings and queens — a feudal society of sorts.
There is a tremendous anger surfacing due to the relentless loss of property and our government’s explosive spending binge. Ravenous government spending mortgages ourselves, our children, and our property to an unrelenting assault by a government which is out of control.
The major negatives with property taxes relates to these very issues:
• Property taxes are fixed expense with no regard to the person’s ability to pay.
• One’s property serves as collateral for potential unlimited government spending.
• Taxes on property value reduce the incentive to maintain property
• The regressive nature of the property tax makes home ownership that much more elusive for much of the population.
Taxes on property have been debated incessantly for decades. What started out as an “innocent” means of raising taxes has blossomed into a perceived unlimited source of funds by which government can make promises of future benefits to a select few to the detriment of the remainder of us. Property owners have the choice of either paying the taxes dictated for them by politicians or risk losing their property through foreclosure and tax sale.
Contrary to popular belief, the property tax system started in the United States dates at the time of the founding of our nation. At that time however, it is important to remember the historical context in that only the gifted few owned property. Only property owners at the time of the founding of our nation were permitted to vote.
The evolution of our republic has allowed the opportunity for owning property and of voting rights to expand to most of the population. As such, the antiquated notion of the property tax may negatively impact the very people who are now just beginning to enjoy the American dream evolving in the great experiment of the United States.
The negative impact of a property tax system is that your property serves as collateral for government promises. Ever increasing property taxes have allowed municipal governments and schools to make promises that they could not possibly keep if they did not have such a reservoir of potential funds at their disposal.
These “promises” have precipitated a record number of bankruptcy filings of municipalities since 2010. The settlement of these bankruptcies will most certainly raise the level of debate of property taxes to unparalleled heights. The outcome of this battle will most decidedly determine whether or not American citizens have the right to own property.
With the rapid rise in property taxes needed by most jurisdictions to cover their promises and with lower pay and higher unemployment of taxpayers throughout the nation, the property tax is now forcing millions of Americans to reassess where they live, how they live, and if they can ever retire let alone own their home.
The U. S. Constitution addresses and protects property rights in so many ways: Source: “The Constitution and Property Rights”
“The Founders were worried that Congress might use the tax system to loot property owners in some states for the advantage of other states. Accordingly, they required that direct taxes (mostly importantly property and income taxes) be apportioned among the states (Article I, Section 2, Clause 3 and Article I, Section 9, Clause 4).
They granted the federal courts jurisdiction over interstate land claims and interstate debts to limit the extent to which state courts could discriminate against the property rights of out-of-staters (III-2-1 and III-2-2).
They added the Full Faith and Credit Clause (IV-1) partly to require state courts to honor property records in other states.
The Founders gave Congress an unlimited power to dispose of public land (IV-3-2), but only limited power to acquire or hold land (I-8-17 and certain incidental powers). This was because they wanted most publicly-owned land to be transferred to the private sector.
They also inserted a number of other checks and balances, designed partly to protect minorities from unfair property confiscations.”
Today, threats to property, particularly your home, are at epic levels and the battle will shape the landscape of our nation forever.
The American dream of home ownership and the liberty inherent in property are at risk.
Ending property taxes will begin to restore the American dream to those most negatively affected by such an antiquated system as a property tax.
For those who are just getting involved, this article is the second in a series explaining the basis behind our property tax elimination bill. The other articles in this series can be found on our website at www.repfrankryan.com.
Frank Ryan, CPA, USMCR (Ret) represents the 101st District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. He is a retired Marine Reserve Colonel, a CPA and specializes in corporate restructuring. He has served on numerous boards of publicly traded and non-profit organizations. He can be reached at fryan1951@aol.com.

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Who needs walls?


Democratic Congresswoman Compares U.S. Border Officials To Nazis

Democratic Congresswoman Compares U.S. Border Officials To Nazis: Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon said “just following orders” is no more an excuse for border officials than it was “back in Germany.”

McCabe Tour Confirmed The FBI Had No Basis For Investigating Trump

McCabe Tour Confirmed The FBI Had No Basis For Investigating Trump: In a different time, the media would be out following up on the inconsistencies and alarming assertions Andrew McCabe provided in his interviews.

Mainstream Media Blacks Out The Democrats’ Infanticide Vote

Mainstream Media Blacks Out The Democrats’ Infanticide Vote: There's no good way to spin the Democrats' vote on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. So many in the MSM simply ignored it.

Friday, February 22, 2019

The Race Is On ...


15 Hate Crime Hoaxes That Might Make You Suspect There’s A Trend

15 Hate Crime Hoaxes That Might Make You Suspect There’s A Trend: So addicted are some people to the narcotic of outrage, that the mere fantasy of a hate crime attack is all they need to believe it true.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Hate Hoaxes Are What Happen When Your Religion Is Identity Politics

Hate Hoaxes Are What Happen When Your Religion Is Identity Politics: These hate hoax stories bear too many similarities to be seen simply as isolated attention-seeking. Progressivism is a toxic belief system.

Why Don't Democrats Want Noncitizens Recorded On The Census?

Why Don't Democrats Want Noncitizens Recorded On The Census?: Democrats have found a sneaky way to tilt the political playing field in their favor without having to reform the immigration system.

Socialist Paradise Ahead ...


Thursday, February 14, 2019

The Democrats' Anti-Semitism Problem Isn't Going Away

The Democrats' Anti-Semitism Problem Isn't Going Away: Though it’s tough for progressives to understand, Americans still prefer Israel over Hamas and PLO for reasons other than money.

Network Blackout of Investigation Finding Covington Kids Did Nothing Wrong

Network Blackout of Investigation Finding Covington Kids Did Nothing Wrong

Networks: 2,202 Minutes on Russia Scandal, Zero for No Collusion Report

Networks: 2,202 Minutes on Russia Scandal, Zero for No Collusion Report

Bohemian Rhapsody: The Weirdest Best Picture Nomination Ever?

When Nancy Pelosi sends you a Valentine ...


Voter Support For 'Medicare For All' Drops by 50 Percent

Voter Support For 'Medicare For All' Drops by 50 Percent: New data shows support of 'Medicare for All' fell as 2020 presidential candidates touted their single-payer health care proposals in January and February.

Political Journalists Are Trying To Gaslight America

Political Journalists Are Trying To Gaslight America: Democrats and liberal journalists are now simply refusing to concede inconvenient but irrefutable facts. We’ve moved from rank bias to amateur gaslighting.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Where in the world is Ruth Bader Ginsburg?

I understand the need for lifetime appointments to the Supreme Court to avoid political influence, but shouldn't we have a mandatory retirement age for justices? What is our recourse for justices who can no longer carry out their duties because of serious health issues but refuse to step down? Ruth Bader Ginsburg has missed an entire month of oral arguments before the Supreme Court and her health status remains a mystery.


Thursday, February 07, 2019

History Shows That Big, Beautiful Border Walls Work Extremely Well

History Shows That Big, Beautiful Border Walls Work Extremely Well: From the Trojan Wall to Hadrian's Wall to the Great Wall of China to the Servian Wall, walls are pretty good at keeping people out as well as in.

Who is checking the self-appointed 'fact-checkers?'

The State Of American 'Fact-Checking' Is Completely Useless: The fact-checker’s self-declared standing as impartial arbiter of political truths is as deceptive as the average ‘fact check’ he writes.

The 10 Most Insane Requirements Of The Green New Deal

The 10 Most Insane Requirements Of The Green New Deal: The Green New Deal is likely the most unserious plan that has ever been presented by any elected official to the American people.

I predict worst Oscar ratings ever


Friday, February 01, 2019

Intel Assessment Shows Trump-Russia Hoax Has Hurt American Interests

Intel Assessment Shows Trump-Russia Hoax Has Hurt American Interests: This odd aversion to thinking about the best interests of the nation when pushing a conspiracy theory about treasonous collusion with Russia is dangerous.

Massive Fentanyl Bust Along Southern Border

Massive Fentanyl Bust Proves It's Time For Lawmakers To Grow Up: When we have massive amounts of fentanyl and meth that are only narrowly stopped from crossing our border, it's time for both parties to seek a solution.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Democratic Socialism 101 ...


Kamala Harris Has Made A Career Out Of Hurting Vulnerable People

Kamala Harris Has Made A Career Out Of Hurting Vulnerable People: Harris spent years doling out fines and jail time to poor parents whose kids were skipping school. Now she makes life more dangerous for prostitutes, too!

Kamala Harris Reveals Medicare For All Means Ending Private Insurance

If you thought Obamacare was bad, just wait and see what Democrats have in store if they win the presidency in 2020.

Kamala Harris Reveals Medicare For All Means Ending Private Insurance: We're a long way from the days of Barack Obama's favorite health care talking point, 'If you like your plan, you can keep it.'

No Amount Of U.S. Intervention Is Going To Save Afghanistan Ever

No Amount Of U.S. Intervention Is Going To Save Afghanistan Ever: These failed pundits’ efforts are meant to shame President Trump into reversing his instinct to pull the United States out of Afghanistan.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

39th Razzie® Award Nominations!

LOWMAN S. HENRY: Cycle of Dependency

By Lowman S. Henry

The headline blared from the Sunday opinion page: Where's Washington's Heart?  Rather than being an editorial on helping to lift people out of poverty it was instead - predictably - a robust and deeply flawed defense of government social welfare programs.

Decades after President Lyndon Johnson declared a "war on poverty" that turned out to be a massive expansion of government dependency programs, and after the expenditure of trillions of taxpayer dollars on those programs, the needle on poverty has barely moved.

What has changed is the number of Americans trapped on the government dole.  The Left believes this is a good thing - government is assisting more people.  And while helping people who truly need assistance is a shared goal across the political spectrum, conservatives want to take that one step further and return as many people as possible to self-sufficiency.

The term "cycle of dependency" is used by social scientists to describe how addiction to government aid gets handed down from one generation to the next.  But, there is another "cycle of dependency" that explains the Left's fixation with growing the number of people receiving public assistance.

Here is how it works: more people dependent on government creates more voters will support those candidates pledging to preserve and expand their benefits; this results in the election/re-election of Left-leaning candidates who then work to increase the number of people dependent on such programs, repeat, repeat and repeat.

Attempt to break this cycle and the Left will attack saying you lack compassion, or as the headline put it "heart."  This too is a favorite, and highly effective, tactic of the Left.  Big government advocates are exceptionally good at messaging.  They can take any government program, regardless of how ineffective or inefficient it might be, and make it sound like mom and apple pie.  For example the "Affordable Care Act" made health care less available and more expensive; illegal immigrants become "dreamers" and the murdering of babies in the womb becomes "reproductive rights."

What triggered the editorial screed, augmented by the sub-headline "When it comes to helping hunger Americans, we have lost our humanity," was a move by the Trump Administration to allow states greater flexibility in moving people off the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as food stamps, and into self-sufficiency.

You would think helping Americans become more self-sufficient and thus not needing government assistance would be an obvious goal.  But, it would break the Left's electoral cycle of dependency so crank up the propaganda machine and declare such efforts to be heartless.

But are they heartless?

The Trump Administration's goal is to foster the movement of able-bodied adults without dependent children from dependency into the work place.  A similar effort in Pennsylvania passed the General Assembly last year, but fell victim to a veto by Governor Wolf who saw the threat to his electoral coalition.

Opposition to this policy is the opposite of heartless; it restores human dignity.  Nobody is proposing that children go unfed; or those with physical or mental disabilities are denied SNAP benefits.  The goal is for those able to work, and for whom jobs are available, to do so.

This is, as conservative author Arthur Brooks termed it, the "conservative heart":  Provide equality of opportunity through educational reforms such as expanded school choice and job training programs.  Foster a pro-growth economy that makes available good, family sustaining jobs.  This approach will break the classic cycle of dependency and move those who are able from being dependent on government to helping government through their tax dollars funding programs for those in actual need.

In fact, advocacy for the continued trapping of able-bodied, able-minded individuals on government assistance is what is truly heartless.  Doing so with an ulterior political motive is not only heartless, but downright mean. It is time we stopped falling for the Left's spin and put into place those policies that restore more people to the dignity of self-sufficiency.

(Lowman S. Henry is Chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute and host of the weekly Lincoln Radio Journal.  His e-mail address is lhenry@lincolninstitute.org.)

Birds of a Feather ...


Why Does The Left Suspend Their Principles For Christian Minorities?

Why Does The Left Suspend Their Principles For Christian Minorities?: Progressives make such a big deal out of hateful and culturally appropriative depictions in other contexts, but not when Christians are the victims.

The Bigotry At The Heart Of The Covington Affair Belongs To The Left

The Bigotry At The Heart Of The Covington Affair Belongs To The Left: After days of outrage and condemnations, the Covington affair has revealed a disturbing bigotry among far too many media figures and outlets on the left.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Lowman S. Henry: Gov. Tom Wolf's latest tax grab

By Lowman S. Henry
Guest Columnist

Pennsylvania motorists already pay one of the highest state gasoline taxes in the nation thanks to what was effectively a 30-cent per gallon tax hike during the Tom Corbett Administration. Now, a new multi-state compact advocated by radical environment interests threatens to add to that tax burden.
As with most policies pushed by the Left this one has a lofty sounding name, it is called the Transportation and Climate Initiative. Its goal is to ratchet up the war on carbon-based fuels by setting new goals for the reduction of their use. And, of course there is the usual tug at the heart strings rhetoric as the "initiative" seeks to "maximize environmental, economic, social, and public health benefits."
If you cut through the spin what it actually is being proposed is a tax grab to fund dubious "low carbon technologies" which cannot compete in the marketplace because they are ineffective, overly expensive or both; and — surprise — re-direct more money to urban mass transit systems. As Inconvenient Facts author Greg Wrightstone puts it: "They want to take money from Perry County (rural Pennsylvania) and give it to Philadelphia and Pittsburgh."
As Wrightstone explained the compact on a recent edition of Lincoln Radio Journal the Wolf Administration has entered into an agreement with nine other mostly northeastern states to cap each of the states' carbon emissions from transportation (your car). The states have one year to come up with a plan. Such plans will most certainly include additional taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel. Then, Wrightstone concluded, the money will be "redistributed" to "low carbon transportation systems" — in other words urban mass transit.
Those urban transportation systems, specifically the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) in the Philadelphia region and Port Authority Transit (PAT) in the Pittsburgh area have an insatiable appetite for public dollars and annually develop new schemes to fleece taxpayers from other regions to subsidize the many and well documented inefficiencies and outright corruption that regularly plaque those agencies.
Thus the lofty sounding Transportation and Climate Initiative allows Governor Wolf to advance two of his top agenda items: establish a new revenue stream to keep urban mass transit afloat, and penalize users of carbon based fuels. Keep in mind those users include you every time you start your car or use a product that was delivered to the store by motor vehicle, which is to say everything.
In addition to the cost to consumers, higher taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel will increase the cost of doing business for companies based in Pennsylvania. This will put them at a competitive disadvantage with states that are not part of this ideologically driven compact. Notably, the state of Ohio declined to participate in the boondoggle, correctly seeing an opportunity to gain a competitive edge over Pennsylvania-based businesses.
All of this raises the issue of how new and or higher taxes will be imposed. Since this is an administrative agreement it is entirely possible, even likely, the Wolf Administration will attempt to bypass the General Assembly and impose the new cost as a regulatory fee.
There are many reasons to believe the governor will try that route. First, with Republicans in control of both houses of the General Assembly the chances of winning legislative approval for a fuel tax increase, especially in the House, are slim to none. Second, the General Assembly has a recent history of allowing its constitutional authority to be usurped by other branches of government without putting up an effective fight.
For example, last year the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in clear violation of the state constitution abrogated the legislature's power to draw congressional district lines and instituted by judicial fiat a new congressional district map gerrymandered to favor Democrats in the 2018 election. Legislative Republicans howled in protest, even appealed to the federal courts. But they failed to take the one action that would have been effective: impeach the offending justices, especially one who in a blatant breech of judicial ethics campaigned on doing exactly what was done.
So Gov. Wolf can be forgiven if he believes he can impose an entire new layer of taxation on We the People of Penn's Woods without the legislature taking any effective action to stop him. But this is an issue where legislative leaders, particularly those in the state Senate, need to stiffen their spines and take a stand.
The policy goals of the Transportation and Climate Initiative are dubious at best, this is a clear tax grab for urban mass transit, and consumers are already over-burdened when it comes to gas and fuel taxes. Even for the legislative faint of heart this is a battle worth fighting.

Lowman S. Henry is chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research and host of the weekly Lincoln Radio Journal. His email is lhenry@lincolninstitute.org

Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Cable News Repeats Myth Illegals Commit Less Crime Than US Citizens

Cable News Repeats Myth Illegals Commit Less Crime Than Citizens

America Didn’t Love Her Back, Sarah Silverman’s Show Canceled 

America Didn’t Love Her Back, Sarah Silverman’s Show Canceled 

GUEST COLUMN: Time to eliminate property taxes in Pennsylvania

By Rep. Frank Ryan
Guest columnist


There have been discussions about eliminating property taxes for decades.
In November 2017, a constitutional amendment passed by substantial margin to allow for the elimination of property taxes. With that amendment, it would only be necessary for legislation to be enacted to rid the Commonwealth of this regressive tax.
The question then becomes what is the status of the bill to eliminate property taxes?
In December 2018, I circulated a co-sponsorship memo in the PA House for a bill which will eliminate property taxes 100% for all properties if enacted. The objective of the bill is simple — to eliminate all property taxes. The tricky part is the replacement tax.
That very simple statement will be the subject of eight detailed articles I intend to write explaining the issues in detail to solicit your feedback and to allow the best possible solution to come about as quickly as possible.
The eight articles will include:
1. Critical economic reasons for eliminating property taxes.
2. Problems with the existing property tax system.
3. Unfunded pension liabilities.
4. Funding formulas for school districts under current laws.
5. Property tax elimination and impact on senior citizens.
6. Property tax elimination and impact on working families.
7. Property tax elimination and impact on schools and teachers.
8. Proposed property tax elimination bill.
Eliminating the property tax is critical to the economic survival of the Commonwealth and our citizens!
In my 40+ years as a certified public accountant and expert in helping organizations avoid bankruptcy, I can think of no more complicated problem to the financial survival of the Commonwealth than eliminating property taxes.
The reason this is so complicated is because our current system of taxation and funding schools is so fundamentally flawed that even minor fixes to peripheral elements of the system may have significant unintended consequences.
For example, the funding formulas for the schools result in Palmyra Area School District receiving $1 Million less per year than it would receive under a newly enacted funding formula which will take almost 20 years to fully implement. This means that Palmyra School District must fund that shortfall from the state by either cutting spending and or with property tax increases.
The Independent Fiscal Office five year outlook provides an insight into Pennsylvania’s stagnant growth and substantial budget shortfalls over the next five years. When combined with declining population for citizens under age 60 and significantly increasing population for citizens over 65, the trends continue to be negative for the Commonwealth.
If we take decisive action now to reform our tax policies for working families, seniors, businesses, and school districts with the fundamental shift in the elimination of property taxes we can reverse these negative trends. I am extremely optimistic if we take the problem seriously.
Efforts in the past to eliminate property taxes have not been successful because of a whole bevy of reasons.
The primary reasons for the failure of prior efforts revolve around the following:
A. The proposed replacement taxes involve funds going to the Commonwealth rather than to local control.
B. The impact of property tax elimination on people who rent rather than own their homes.
C. The perceived lack of stability in school funding under the replacement formula.
D. The expansion of the sales tax base was a problematic for some powerful stakeholders.
E. The proposed replacement taxes were directed predominantly at working families.
The system that I am proposing will address these issues and provide for an orderly phase in so that the schools and the community are able to adapt to a new system with no major disruptions to the educational opportunities of our students.
I cannot emphasize enough how severe the problem is with property taxes. The funding formula itself which is a separate issue is equally problematic and leads to the difficulty in solving this problem. It is critical however that everyone understand that if we do not resolve this problem together the probability of surviving the next economic downturn is limited.
Our financial rescue plan that I proposed when I first got elected two years ago discusses all the efforts we need to turn around the finances in Pennsylvania. We are well on the way to enacting these bills and property tax elimination is a major component of it.
I look forward to your input and comments on the particles that we will be submitting and ask you to please get active in this and provide me the guidance that you feel needs to be included in any legislation. We cannot afford to make a mistake.
A copy of our financial rescue plan can be found at my website www.repfrankryan.com.

Frank Ryan, CPA, USMCR (Ret.) represents the 101st District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. He is a retired Marine Reserve Colonel, a CPA and specializes in corporate restructuring. He has served on numerous boards of publicly traded and non-profit organizations. He can be reached at FRYAN1951@aol.com

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

The Top Fake News Stories of 2018

The Top Fake News Stories of 2018: Dan Bongino - Making the world a better place by debunking one liberal myth at a time. Former Secret Service Agent, Contributing Editor at Conservative Review and Host of The Top Ranked Conservative Podcast: The Dan Bongino Show.