Dougherty may well harbor hopes that his legal problems will go away if Biden becomes the next president.
By Mark Mix
George Hofmann: Walter Wallace Jr.’s death exposes the forgotten conversation on policing and mental health, not race
A writer living with bipolar disorder argues that the tragic news of Mr. Wallace’s death should spur the government to reform the ways in which we deal with mental health crises.
By George Hofmann
Local Republicans have lambasted Philly’s largest newspaper for what they see as a blatant example of left-wing media bias.
By Todd Shepherd
Legacy media outlets are cheering on social unrest and violence, eroding civic society and civic trust to further their preferred narratives.
By Benjamin Mannes
Robert Petrone: Christopher Columbus is the greatest hero of the 15th & 16th centuries (pt. V): The Second Voyage
Christopher Columbus was none of the epithets with which his detractors repeatedly characterize him — and all of the historical resources show this unequivocally. Part five in a series of six.
By Robert Petrone
The Pennsylvania Green Party bears the burden of an increasingly polarized political landscape, and PA residents should take note.
By Daniel Goncalves
As the major parties increasingly embrace big government and unrestrained spending, libertarian-minded thinkers have been left out of the discourse.
By George Hofmann
How much longer will politicians and the media continue to peddle lies about police violence and race?
By Chris Tremoglie
Kyle Sammin: As Breonna Taylor’s death reminds us, the government’s police powers cannot usurp basic civil liberties
Legislators in the Commonwealth are considering reforming how police serve warrants in order to prevent more out-of-control police encounters.
By Kyle Sammin