Attack ad on Corbett’s education funding record ‘a damned lie,’ Lt. Gov. Jim Cawley says

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Pennsylvania Earns International Recognition for Implementing Strategies to Attract New Investment in Energy

July 28, 2014

Awarded “Destination of the Future for Energy Intensive Industries” Award

Harrisburg – Governor Tom Corbett recently announced that the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Association named Pennsylvania the 2014 FDI Destination of the Future for Energy Intensive Industries for actively implementing strategies to support foreign direct investment in the energy sector.  Continue reading

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Another Week Of Democrat Stumbles

Posted July 25, 2014

 It’s been another rough week for 2014 Democrats. Whether Democrats like it or not, President Obama is still on the ballot, their firewall is in jeopardy, and a GOP wave looks more and more likely. Meanwhile, political observers poured cold water on Democrats’ chances in three key Senate races, fracking is dividing Democrats in Colorado, and more Cover Oregon headaches are plaguing Kitzhaber in Oregon. Check out this week’s Democrat stumbles below:

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Obama’s Immigration Flip Flop

Posted July 25, 2014

President Obama has a long history of saying one thing and doing another, what broken promises will come from today’s meeting with Central American leaders? Just this morning Politico highlighted President Obama’s flip-flop on immigration. If you are reporting on this story, please see the following statement from the RNC:

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Want To End Gridlock In Washington? Fire Reid

Posted July 28, 2014

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s Senate Is “On Pace For Their Worst Year In More Than Three Decades” On Bringing Bills To The Floor. “Through the end of June, just 41 measures have been reported as being out of committees and gone to the Senate floor, which puts senators on pace for their worst year in more than three decades. Total bills considered are also down, as are roll-call votes on amendments.” (Stephen Dinan and S.A. Miller, “Harry Reid Lords Over Crippled Congress,” The Washington Times , 7/7/14)

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100 Democrats Who Won’t Be in Their Seats After Nov 4th

Posted July 27, 2014

 

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Rep. Mike Kelly Honors Kanzius Foundation on House Floor

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