The Civil Rights icon (and Philly native) has gone from marching with Martin Luther King, Jr, to integrate West Chester, to spending a life working on our nation’s most complex issues of poverty and race. Now, at 83, he plans to save America.
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The City government, along with the Inquirer, offer confusing answers that only bolster Trump’s concerns of local voter fraud.
By Todd Shepherd
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Christopher Columbus was none of the epithets with which his detractors repeatedly characterize him — and all of the historical resources show this unequivocally.
By Robert Petrone
The Center Square: The $3,833 monthly cost of living in Chester County is the highest in Pennsylvania
Chester County’s median household income stands at $96,726, well above the national average.
By The Center Square
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
State employees make, on average, more than their private-sector peers, especially when including their increasing benefits.
By Todd DeFeo
Dave Lemery: Wolf vetoes bill that would have required lawmakers’ input to join regional climate pact
The Democratic governor cites the “adverse impacts from climate change” as a motivation for forging ahead of legislators.
By Dave Lemery
Steve Bittenbender: Pennsylvania Republicans seek U.S. Supreme Court’s intervention in ballot deadline dispute
Partisan disputes over mail-in voting continue as Pennsylvania Republicans appeal to the nation’s highest court.
By Steve Bittenbender
Concerns over voter fraud and the disfranchisement of large swaths of citizens have both parties scrambling in the Commonwealth.
By Mark Hemingway