Dec 1, 2023
Employment Discrimination Case Against Krasner Appealed
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic is over, a case stemming from it is pending in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
Nov 29, 2023
PA Supreme Court Hears Krasner Impeachment Case
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court heard nearly four hours of arguments Tuesday in the impeachment trial case of Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner.
Nov 28, 2023
State Rep. Craig Williams To Jump Into AG Race
State Rep. Craig Williams says Pennsylvania needs a Marine for attorney general. And he isn’t letting other GOP candidates keep him out of the race.
Nov 15, 2023
Report Calls LNG Export Terminal an Economic Boon
Whether southeastern Pennsylvania becomes the base for a liquified natural gas terminal remains unclear after the release of a much-awaited report from the bipartisan Philadelphia...
Nov 9, 2023
New Ad Targets Casey's Vote to Send Billion to Iran
National Republicans are targeting Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey over his votes to prop up the Islamic government of Iran, which is widely believed to be a sponsor of terrorist groups,...
Nov 7, 2023
Judge Rules in Favor of CBSD Redistricting Map Pushed By Dems
A Montgomery County judge has ruled in favor of CBSD Fair Votes in a case regarding the voting redistricting map over the map approved by the school board and superintendent.
Oct 30, 2023
Report Shows PA Spent $20M On Transgender Care For Minors
A new report from the PA Family Institute says the state has spent more than $20 million on “gender-affirming” care, including transgender surgeries for minors.
Oct 20, 2023
UPenn's Anti-Israel Sentiment Has Alums, Donors Fuming
A 1988 University of Pennsylvania graduate is very unhappy with what is happening on campus. And he’s not alone.
Oct 19, 2023
GOP Touts Mail-In Ballots; Will Its Voters Embrace Them?
To improve voter turnout, Republicans are now embracing mail-in ballots, an innovation Democrats readily adopted.
Oct 12, 2023
PA GOP Reaps the Rewards of Automatic Voter Registration
Two weeks into Pennsylvania’s new automatic voter registration demanded by Democrats, the winner is the state’s GOP. Gov.
Oct 11, 2023
Philly Sen. Saval Staffer Posts Anti-Israeli Messages
In the wake of the brutal Hamas attack on Israel, George Donnelly, the chief of staff for progressive state Sen. Nikil Saval (D-Philadelphia), retweeted anti-Israel and...
Oct 10, 2023
In Philly, RFK Jr. Declares Independence From Dem Party
Standing before thousands of supporters on the lawn of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, presidential candidate and lifelong Democrat Robert F. Kennedy Jr. announced he was...
Oct 5, 2023
Women State Sens. Call Out Shapiro Over Sex Harassment Scandal
A sexual harassment scandal gripping the Shapiro administration isn’t sitting well with some women in the Pennsylvania state Senate, starting with
Oct 3, 2023
The Truth About Carluccio and Abortion Law
Montgomery County President Judge Carolyn Carluccio has been in all 67 Pennsylvania counties, some more than once, as she campaigns for a seat on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Sep 28, 2023
Sen. Casey Keeps 'Gold Bar Bob's' Donations
Sen. Bob Casey joined the chorus of Democrats calling on Sen. Bob to resign in the wake of federal bribery and corruption charges. However, Casey is keeping some of the campaign cash...
Sep 27, 2023
RNC, PA GOP Issue Demand Letters Over Gov's Voter Rule Change
The Republican Party of Pennsylvania and the Republican National Committee on Tuesday sent demand letters to the Shapiro administration asking for more
Sep 21, 2023
How GOP Hopes to Retake Bucks County
With two strong candidates running for county commissioner, the Bucks County GOP hopes to win the majority by defeating Democrats Bob Harvie and Diane Marseglia-Ellis in the November...
Sep 1, 2023
PA Senate Bill Would Require Armed Officers at Schools
On Aug. 25, a 17-year-old student came to the Cheltenham/Abington football game with a gun tucked into his waistband. That same evening, a teenager was gunned down at a football game...
Aug 30, 2023
Cheltenham Student Caught Armed with Guns at Football Game
A 17-year-old Cheltenham High School student bringing a gun with two high-capacity magazines to a football game in Abington Friday night sent shock waves through the community,...
Aug 25, 2023
New Bill Would Protect Children From Porn On Mobile Devices
With many parents allowing their young children to play with mobile devices, exposure to pornography lurking via those devices has become a problem.
Aug 24, 2023
Bucks Co. GOP Sued Over 2022 Party Officers' Election
Just as the fall election season is about to begin, the Bucks County Republican Committee and the state GOP, along with the party officers, were hit with
Aug 17, 2023
Citizens Find Problems With Chester County Voting Rolls
With the Nov. 7 general election only months away, a group of Chester County residents recently gave the Board of Elections information about problems with the voter rolls.
Aug 15, 2023
PA GOP Blasts AP Story Targeting McCormick's Residency
Pennsylvania Republicans are rallying around potential 2024 U.S. Senate candidate Dave McCormick after an Associated Press article raised questions about the Pittsburgh...
Aug 4, 2023
Rep. Scanlon Defends 'Gender-Affirming Care' For Kids
Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D-Delaware/Philadelphia) used her position on a key House committee to promote so-called “gender-affirming care” for minors, dismissing testimony...
Jul 28, 2023
PA House Appeals Krasner Impeachment to Supreme Court
The state legislature may yet rid Philadelphia of progressive DA Larry Krasner. The House impeachment managers filed an appeal to the state Supreme Court
Jul 24, 2023
Are Central Bucks Dems Trying to 'Gerrymander' School Board?
A progressive political group is pushing a Central Bucks redistricting plan for the school district that would turn the nine single-member districts into three three-member districts.
Jul 20, 2023
Americans For Prosperity Endorses McCormick For Senate
It’s Christmas in July for Dave McCormick. Americans For Prosperity Action announced Wednesday it is throwing its weight behind the Republican in his campaign against incumbent...
Jul 19, 2023
Sen. Cappelletti Announces Bill to Stop ‘Book Bans’
Delaware Valley’s Sen. Amanda Cappelletti (D-Montgomery/Delaware) has proposed a bill to ban “book bans” in Pennsylvania libraries.
Jul 18, 2023
Delco Candidates to Count, View Mail-In Primary Ballots
After the state Office of Open Records (OOR) ruled signatures on mail-in ballots are public records, Delaware County agreed to allow a group of candidates to look at and count the...
Jul 10, 2023
Republicans Denounce Shapiro's 'Broken Promise'
Pennsylvania Republicans accused Gov. Josh Shapiro of breaking his campaign promises and backing out of a deal to support a scholarship program designed to give low-income children...
Jun 16, 2023
Hispanic Republican Coalition of PA Courts Lawmakers
Grassroots organizers and activists with the Hispanic Republican Coalition of Pennsylvania (HRCP) recently gathered in Harrisburg meet with legislators
Jun 14, 2023
PA Freedom Caucus Rejects Puberty-Blocking Drugs for Children
Should taxpayer dollars pay for experimental drug treatment for children experiencing gender dysphoria? The 24-member Pennsylvania Freedom Caucus says no.
Jun 12, 2023
The Real(?) Story Behind Montco's Change from R to D
Lawyer Bruce L. Castor Jr., who was a county commissioner when the shift happened, says the key moment in Montco’s move from red to blue can be traced back to a single scandal.
Jun 8, 2023
Activists Label Moms for Liberty a Hate Group, Moms React
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a far-left political organization, has drawn scorn for labeling Moms for Liberty and other parental rights rights organizations as “hate...
Jun 2, 2023
Lower Providence Supervisor Targets Moms for Liberty
Lower Providence Township Board of Supervisors Chair Cara Coless is under fire for Facebook posts demeaning the pro-parents’ group Moms for Liberty and urging boycotts on...
Jun 1, 2023
Delco Candidate Demands to See Mail-In Ballot Envelopes
The results of the May 16 primary are slated to be certified Thursday, June 1. Not so fast, says Joy Schwartz, a Republican candidate for Delaware County
May 16, 2023
Race for New Delco State Rep. Heats Up
By the time the special election determining which party controls the state House is held on May 16, Democrats will have spent upwards of $1 million to support Heather Boyd. The...
May 9, 2023
Candidates for State House Special Election Spar
Two women running in a special election for state representative in Delaware County had sharp elbows out during a debate. Those women and a Libertarian are vying for the 163rd seat...
May 2, 2023
Convicted Murderer on MontCo Prison Board Jailed
Last June, the Montgomery County commissioners voted 2-1 to appoint a convicted murderer to the Prison Board of Inspectors.
Apr 28, 2023
Philly Low on List of Country's Best Cities for Entrepreneurs
Benjamin Franklin, arguably Philadelphia’s most famous resident, reportedly once urged his contemporaries: “Work as if you were to live a hundred years.”
Apr 24, 2023
Attacks on Central Bucks School Board 'Unfounded' Campaign
Claims that the Central Bucks School Board has engaged in discrimination against LGBTQ+ students are unfounded and based on false claims made by partisan activists, a new report...
Apr 21, 2023
Court Hears Bucks County Mom's Open Records Case
After a brief hearing Thursday, a judge delayed ruling on whether Bucks County can continue to hide records declared public by the state Office of Open Records.
Apr 19, 2023
Candidates Vie For Delaware County DA Job
Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer, a Democrat seeking a second term, faces a strong challenger in Republican Beth Stefanide-Miscichowski.
Apr 11, 2023
Chester County DA Candidates Talk Tough on Crime
Democrat Chris de Barrena-Sarobe and Republican Ryan Hyde, both former prosecutors, have earned their parties’ endorsements for Chester County district attorney.
Apr 5, 2023
DelVal Reacts to Former President Trump Indictment
Tuesday marked a first in American politics and criminal justice: Donald Trump is now the first former U.S. president to be indicted on criminal charges.
Apr 3, 2023
Brookhaven Mom Talks 'Hit List' Threatening Her Daughter
Imagine, in this time of school shootings discovering your 13-year-old daughter was added to a hit list drawn up by her fellow students.
Feb 28, 2023
Republicans Decry Inaction on Alleged Democrat Sexual Harasser
“How many more victims are the Democrats willing to allow in order to preserve their power?” That was the question asked by Rep. Martina White
Feb 24, 2023
DelVal Sex Ed Teacher Raises Eyebrows
A Friends Central sex education coordinator and high school English teacher is getting heat for some controversial statements.
Feb 21, 2023
DeSantis Touts His Credentials at Montco Stop
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis highlighted law and order and education during a President’s Day stop in Montgomery County.
Feb 10, 2023
New State Rep. Donna Scheuren Felt a Calling to Serve
Despite most Montgomery County residents sending Democrats to Harrisburg and Congress, 147th House District voters elected Republican Donna Scheuren in 2022.
Feb 8, 2023
Judge Rules PA's School Funding System Unconstitutional
A Commonwealth Court judge declared the state’s system of school funding unconstitutional on Tuesday.
Jan 30, 2023
Deadlocked Jury in Bucks Co. Pro-Life Activist Trial Returns
After deliberating for more than two hours, jurors in the trial for pro-life activist Mark Houck were deadlocked as of late Friday afternoon.
Jan 19, 2023
Shapiro Reaches Across Aisle With First Executive Order
Newly inaugurated Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro kicked off his administration with a bipartisan flourish, enacting a government employment policy deregulation-supporting Republicans...
Jan 19, 2023
DelVal Leaders Believe a Gym Win is Suburbs' Loss
Some Delaware Valley leaders fear Helen Gym will be Philadelphia's next mayor. Gym is a formidable candidate, and with nine people—so far—running in the Democratic...
Jan 13, 2023
Springfield Township Baned Thin Blue Line Logo
After hours of public comment Wednesday night, the Springfield Township Board of Commissioners voted 5-2 to approve a resolution banning the “thin blue line on an American...
Jan 10, 2023
PA Real Estate Lawyer Shares Optimistic Outlook for 2023
Despite higher interest rates and doom-and-gloom predictions of a recession, real estate lawyer Kellie McGowan said she believes commercial real estate developers in the Delaware...
Jan 5, 2023
Ward Elected First Woman to Lead PA Senate
Sen. Kim Ward was elected by her colleagues on Tuesday as the first woman Senate President pro tempore, or leader of the Pennsylvania Senate.
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