The new chairperson of the Delaware County Council talks inflation, Covid-19, budgeting and more.
By Todd Shepherd
Pennsylvania taxpayers are guaranteeing $670,000 per year to lawmakers-turned-criminals who violated public trust.
By Gina Diorio
Education reform should be a bipartisan effort, but public school bureaucrats and education unions stymie progress.
By Lenny McAllister
“Gov. Wolf has ignored this debate for over a year, but hopefully this ruling will help bring him to the table so we can address concerns about our election system once and for all,” said State Sen. Jake Corman.
By Linda Stein
The Philadelphia Federation of Teachers’ plan to suspend in-person schooling disproportionately harms the students who depend on it the most. We must set aside self-interest and tackle fear head-on for the sake of our kids.
By Priscilla Lo
For progressives, it’s the ultimate inconvenient truth: We need better, smarter policing and prosecution to combat gun violence. Eric Adams is saying that in NY. Anyone here care to agree?
By Larry Platt
A Bucks County special education teacher left the statewide teachers union in response to its leftward drift on vaccine mandates and racialized curriculum.
By Karin Majewski