Andy Bloom: A politician says he’s going to make the wealthy pay their fair share, and other fairy tales
Biden’s narrative is about soaking the rich, but the text tells a different tale.
By Andy Bloom
Bradley Vasoli: Right-to-work is still right
Surveys suggest that people support the open shop. Will the state legislature listen?
By Bradley Vasoli
William C. Sproule: Philadelphia Carpenters support 76ers’ proposed Center City arena
The project will be privately funded and be built in collaboration with the community. No local real estate will be eliminated, no existing residents will be displaced.
By William C. Sproule
Olivia DeMarco: Delaware County Democrats won’t stand for sexual harassment — except by one of their own
Delco Dems had plenty to say when a Republican was accused of sexual harassment in 2018. When one of their own stood accused this year, they were oddly silent.
By Olivia DeMarco
Patty-Pat Kozlowski: Does Philly City Council have a sexual harassment problem?
Everyone knows about Bobby Henon’s crimes, but no one is talking about the other impropriety in his office.
By Patty-Pat Kozlowski
Is Shapiro shifting his stance on RGGI?
The governor’s office says he is merely exploring the possibility of joining the interstate compact, which would likely raise energy prices.
By Daniel Payne
Local media outlets cover Bucks Co. school board from an ‘anti-LGBT’ angle, but reporters frequently ignore board’s perspective
The president of the Central Bucks School Board says the district wasn’t contacted for comment in a number of contentious stories, but the reporters dispute that.
By Todd Shepherd
Beth Ann Rosica: At the third anniversary of school closures, public education is in shambles
Learning loss, mental health problems, and a general sense of decline characterize the last three years in public education. The costs fall heaviest on the students who can least afford to bear them.
By Beth Ann Rosica
Guy Ciarrocchi: Not one more dime for the status quo.
Schools won’t be fixed with a firehose of money. For real reform, parents and students need school choice.
By Guy Ciarrocchi