Penn State and other Big Ten football programs will take the field this fall despite the threat of Covid-19.
By Todd DeFeo
Kim Jarrett: Pennsylvania lawmakers push Wolf not to veto school sports bill that passed with bipartisan majorities
Still pending for parents and athletes across the Commonwealth: will they be allowed to play?
By Kim Jarrett
Dave Lemery: State Supreme Court – Pennsylvania can accept ballots mailed on Election Day for following three days
Ballots mailed on Election Day in Pennsylvania will still be counted as long as they arrive within the next three days, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
By Dave Lemery
Today, September 17th, 2020, Broad + Liberty celebrates its first birthday. As we reflect upon the last year of offering perspectives that are increasingly completely shut out by other outlets, and on fighting for political, cultural, and economic freedom in local – under rather dire circumstances – we keep coming back to […]
The Wolf Administration ignored the other branches of Pennsylvania Government and failed to provide transparency and accountability, ignoring the Constitutions of the United States and Pennsylvania.
By Jesse Topper
Dave Lemery: Federal judge tosses Wolf administration’s limits on gatherings, orders closing businesses
Federal Judge William Stickman ruled that Gov. Wolf’s restrictions violated the First and 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
By Dave Lemery
Christopher Columbus was none of the epithets with which his detractors repeatedly characterize him — and all of the historical resources show this unequivocally.
By Robert Petrone