We must change our state leaders this November.
By Clarice Schillinger
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
Pennsylvanians deserve to know the full picture of Covid-19 hospitalizations. Whether the problem is opaqueness or incompetence, transparency should not be this hard.
By Gina Diorio
Markets are a key way to ensure one’s purchases don’t directly conflict with their values. But there is no market system with government-run schools. That should change.
By Matthew Rousu
For ten years, the city averaged slightly more than 513,000 tons annually. In the wake of the pandemic, the total skyrocketed to over 617,000 tons. To top it off, sanitation workers are not immune to Covid-19. Mayor Jim Kenney said over the summer many trash collectors have been unable to work.
By Rick Rickman
Few things are more sickening than the realization that something you disagree with will happen to your child and there is nothing you can do about it. Parents get this, are speaking up, and are ready for big change.
By Elizabeth Stelle
Because of a culture of victimhood, enforced “equity”, and perpetual emergency, our children are languishing in mental melancholy normalized as a reasonable response to a dismal future. Let’s hope they rebel.
By George Hofmann
In the fight to “Crush Covid” the Biden administration has now appointed to leadership positions health officials from states currently under investigation for murky and deadly Covid-19 response practices.
By Ben Mannes
Acting Secretary of Health Alison Beam, Pennsylvania’s top health official, said a statewide universal masking mandate remains off the table due to concerns that blowback may interfere with the Wolf administrations other COVID-19 response efforts.
By Christen Smith
The virus continues to haunt Pennsylvania — as COVID-19 cases rise and hospitalizations increase. Stay informed about the state of the pandemic in the Commonwealth and beyond.
By Chris Comisac