Will the U.S. Supreme Court follow Pennsylvania’s high court in pretending not to know what words mean?
By Howard Lurie
The long-anticipated lawsuit from a teacher fired by the Allentown School District over his presence in Washington D.C. on Jan. 6 has been filed, setting the stage for an intense battle over free-speech rights and employment.
By Todd Shepherd
A former Municipal Court employee says Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner is running a cynical game when it comes to requesting bail amounts.
“His tactic was a trick to force magistrates to lower bail to normal levels — and then blame them for rising crime.”
by Stu Bykofsky
Watch this lively debate, moderated by Broad + Liberty’s own Todd Shepherd, featuring conservative cases for and against the electoral college.
It is beyond time to reject the paternalistic proposition that government exists to shelter us from all potential harm and to re-embrace the idea that our government exists to protect the unalienable rights of a free people.
By The Editors
There is good reason to believe that the judiciary is the most dangerous branch. That may be especially true in Pennsylvania where the state Supreme Court has assumed almost dictatorial powers.
By Howard Lurie
Appearing in an interview last week, PA Lt. Governor John Fetterman displayed a willful ignorance at the basic tenets of free speech. Pennsylvanians ought to remember this as he readies for a likely Senate run.
By The Editors at Broad + Liberty
Hindsight is 20/20, and in this tumultuous year, it would serve us well to remember how Americans have previously overcome political divisions that struck the nation’s core.
By George Hofmann