In eight years, City Council discussions over an ATV park in Philly have not advanced very far.
By Jenny DeHuff
Sweeping generalizations aimed at the police undermine their efforts to keep citizens safe in a city currently plagued by violence.
By Jeff Hurvitz
Krasner has led the Philly District Attorney’s office with a staggering disregard for the the rule of law in order to satisfy “progressive” promises. Victims in Philadelphia are now feeling it.
By Spencer Landis
You wouldn’t know we’re in the midst of a murder epidemic listening to the virtual panels hosted by Philadelphia’s City Council & Mayor.
By Larry Platt
Violence in the home should never be tolerated. This survivor displayed strength and grace to escape her situation and wants others to find courage to make their lives better.
By Uddipana Goswami
Many on both sides of the aisle agree that our criminal justice system needs to be reformed, but during Covid-19 the approaches of the left and the right diverge more than ever.
By Ben Mannes.
Never missing a crisis, the ACLU attempted to spring loose an untold number of prisoners into PA communities. The State Supreme Court slapped them down — and PA residents dodged a bullet.
By Guy D’Andrea
Linda A. Kerns: Relocation is not an option – No Philadelphia neighborhood wants a “Safe” Injection site in their backyard
When Philadelphians were blindsided with a decision to open a “safe” injection site in their neighborhood, the outrage was deafening. But if Safehouse has no place in South Philly, why is it acceptable in Kensington, or any other Philadelphia neighborhood?
By Linda A. Kerns
The suspect could have gone anywhere. Why Philadelphia? Because sanctuary city policies act like a magnet.
By Matt Wolfe