Delaware Valley NAACP president Rodney Muhammad has come under fire for posting a profoundly anti-Semitic meme on social media. The post included a misattributed Voltaire quote (actually from an American neo-Nazi), alongside an anti-Semitic cartoon of a Jewish caricature, clasping his hands and pushing down on a mass of people […]
A major civic organization in Northeast Philadelphia falls victim to our overly litigious society — and other “Friends of” park groups are at risk.
By Kyle Sammin
The Wolf administration is planning for students to return to the classroom this school year. Though with the surge in Covid-19 cases in the past few days, will Gov. Wolf keep them open?
By Christen Smith
Davis Giangiulio: “It’s killing us.” Frustrated restaurant owners face uncertain futures under Wolf’s new restrictions.
Restaurant owners may lose it all as Governor Wolf implements new restrictions to combat Covid-19.
By Davis Giangiulio
With a little over a month before Philadelphia students are supposed to start school, the Philadelphia School District still is not set on a plan for students to return.
By George Hofmann
With non-residents making up such a large portion of the city’s revenue, the Covid-19 crisis should be forcing the city’s leaders to start rethinking the tax.
By Todd Shepherd
Christen Smith: Pennsylvania Senate approves constitutional amendments to limit governor’s emergency powers
Senate Bill 1166 marks a last-ditch effort to defeat Wolf’s pandemic policies by PA’s Republican Senate — a win, albeit a symbolic one.
By Christen Smith
Instead of letting the unrest we are witnessing linger and metastasize, it is time for action to change how policing works in America.
By Dan Pearson
The secret ballot is too important and too crucial to our democracy to let go of due to convenience or the shifts of political winds. We must be wary and safeguard it.
By Howard Lurie