Most Pennsylvanians want reasonable solutions, not extreme partisanship.
By Craig Snyder
The recent campaigns of two high-profile former police officers could represent voters rejecting “defund the police” and favoring more balanced criminal justice policies.
By Ben Mannes
A congressman reflects on his vote to object to Pennsylvania’s electoral college vote — free from the corporate media histrionics.
By Rep. Scott Perry
To ensure a future where life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for all can continue, self-determination cannot be a trait that wanes in the schoolyards of our nation.
By Lenny McAllister
Chris Tremoglie: Election skirmishes and cast-out poll watchers — another Election Day passes in Philadelphia
As Pennsylvania counts a mass of absentee ballots, voters can weigh the evidence from Election Day as to whether elections in Philadelphia are being run fairly and freely.
By Chris Tremoglie
Spencer Landis: As Chicago goes, so goes Philly — majority of residents want the same or more police presence in their neighborhoods
Newly-released polling indicates that while police reform efforts have widespread support, most urban residents dismiss sweeping calls to defund the police as an inadequate solution.
By Spencer Landis
The Pennsylvania Green Party bears the burden of an increasingly polarized political landscape, and PA residents should take note.
By Daniel Goncalves
Kyle Sammin: As Breonna Taylor’s death reminds us, the government’s police powers cannot usurp basic civil liberties
Legislators in the Commonwealth are considering reforming how police serve warrants in order to prevent more out-of-control police encounters.
By Kyle Sammin
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.
By Logan Chipkin