Democrats’ reliance on court for eviction moratoriums backfires, so they try it twice.
Details of the recent case involving Rep. Margo Davison help shed light on why the Delaware County State Representative was allowed to keep her pension.
By Bradley Vasoli
There’s a way to clean Pennsylvania’s streams and rivers, reduce water costs, and bolster the state’s tourism and agriculture industries — while embracing the markets and innovation.
By Pa. State Sen Gene Yaw
Several Democrats in the State Senate joined Republicans to block Gov. Wolf from entering Pa. into the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).
Taxpayer-funded lobbying is one of Harrisburg’s greatest obstacles for a brighter future, writes Gina Diorio. Taxpayers’ dollars should be spent on their meaningful interests, not used against them in a twisted cycle.
By Gina Diorio
Pennsylvanians are leaving the state in droves–and lowering the corporate tax rate is a clear first step to turn the tide and invigorate businesses
By Senator Ryan P. Aument
Pennsylvania’s leadership, like that of so many other states, has been kicking our looming pensions crisis to tomorrow’s taxpayers. Through reforms made decades ago in the private sector, our leaders can address the problem and save the Commonwealth from insolvency.
By Kyle Sammin
Is Pennsylvania’s economy dynamic enough to adapt to the post-Covid-19 world? Some of the most compelling data available suggest that it is – as long as Pennsylvanians are given a fighting chance.
By Colin O’Reilly
Pennsylvania swears in new auditor general, treasurer, first Republicans to hold the offices in 20 years
Stacy Garrity and Tim DeFoor share new visions for the future of Pennsylvania politics as Republicans clinched two out of the three row offices.
By Christen Smith
Was 2020 the landmark year for Republican women in the Commonwealth, as it was nationally? The results are a mixed bag.
By Gabe Kaminsky