Make no mistake: this was not a tactical retreat. It was an abject surrender and a catastrophe of foreign policy.
By Pa. Treasurer Stacy Garrity.
The Biden administration’s economic policy is failing Americans–and in particular Pennsylvanians–in the moment where we need good leadership the most.
By Ronna McDaniel
President Biden’s accusations that Pennsylvanians abide in a “Jim Crow” state are unfounded and twisted, argues Christine Flowers. Even worse, they distract from efforts to unite a troubled nation.
By Christine Flowers
How many women who want to compete would we effectively ban from high school and college sports to make room for transgender women? Sports teams have limited space and science proves that biological men outperform women, making it more likely they’ll take spots from girls.
By Emily Kreps
If Pennsylvania government wants more revenue, it should drop continual attempts to increase taxes and regulations and instead nurture widespread prosperity.
By Gordon Tomb
By prioritizing green workforce as job creation, President Biden risks misallocating limited political and fiscal capital, while leaving American workers without the supports they urgently need to care for themselves and their families.
By Brent Orwell & Mason Bishop
Jeff Hurvitz: A surreal election ends with a call for decency, both in Philadelphia and across the nation
The voters’ repudiation of President Donald Trump sends a message that the country demands a respectful leader willing to confront the pandemic head-on — no matter what party he belongs to.
By Jeff Hurvitz