A Memorial Day stained by national dissension

Although the Civil War ended more than 155 years ago, America is again adrift in a sea of dissension. Right-wing extremists carrying Confederate flags in Congress on January 6 and left-wing extremists toppling statues of Union soldiers and abolitionists last summer harm our country’s ability to unify in remembrance of our fallen heroes this Memorial Day.
By Chris Gibbons

Government unions in Pa. starting to lose millions

Unions could avoid the ongoing membership exodus if they focused on offering better services rather than acting as a political money funnel. But instead, they’ve sent the Freedom Foundation staff death threats, nasty emails and threatening voicemails–merely for telling their members the truth.
By Hunter Tower