Which candidate for lieutenant governor has distinguished herself — and can help a Republican ticket win in November?
By Beth Ann Rosica
One way to deal with the next contagion would be to get rid of the most vulnerable. On second thought, maybe not.
By Richard Koenig
A $900 Covid test? Taxpayer-funded Covid testing program failing to get off the ground in PA schools
A Covid-testing program intended to help capture outbreaks early enough for schools to remain open for in-person learning has only given 97,000 swabs since the contract was initiated six months ago.
By Todd Shepherd
Bucks County parents unveiled damning evidence showing Wolf’s mask mandate was accompanied by extremely unethical coercion of local government by the state.
By Kevin Mooney
The Wolf administration presented irrelevant data on the proportion of Covid deaths, hospitalizations, and cases among the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated.
By Gina Diorio
The parents who spoke up to try and reassert the authority of the public in public education, well, they just seem to exist to pay the taxes.
By Kevin Mooney
While FDA approvals for potentially breakthrough treatments for Covid-19 languish, many wonder if recent plans from the Biden administration to control the distribution of monoclonal antibodies are a plan to hold back Covid-19 treatments in order to force Americans to get vaccinated.
A. Benjamin Mannes
Gov. Wolf’s new efforts to force Pennsylvania students to wear masks are just another instance of fearful leadership. It’s clear that he’s in over his head, and it’s safe to say he’s overstayed his welcome as governor.
By Chris Comisac