The True Face of Political Courage, by Anthony J. Oleck

June 11, 2012 
Filed under Featured Articles List, Local, National, Pennsylvania

So what does political courage look like? Let me first tell you what it does not look like… it doesn’t look like Andy Dinniman or Dominic Pileggi or even Gov. Corbett for that matter. Two weeks ago I criticized Sen. Dinniman’s “education rally” in West Chester.  I called it a union rally because while decrying […]

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Demand Pension Reform Now, by Sean Carpenter

May 1, 2012 
Filed under Featured Articles List, Local, Pennsylvania, State

It is no secret that the West Chester Area School District, along with 500 other Pennsylvania school districts, is facing falling income tax, home sale, and commercial property revenues.  At the same  time, expenses for items like fuel are rising, and more importantly our mandated pension costs are skyrocketing. School boards across Pennsylvania are therefore […]

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Redistricting – Has it Impacted You?

January 24, 2012 
Filed under Elections, Featured, Featured Articles List, Pennsylvania, State

Redistricting – Has it Impacted You?

Update: June 8, 2012

On Friday, June 8, 2012, the 2011 Legislative Reapportionment Commission approved and filed a Final Reapportionment Plan with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Legislative Assembly.

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Carlineo Seeks PA-178th State Representative Seat

January 18, 2012 
Filed under Elections, Pennsylvania, State

Carlineo Seeks PA-178th State Representative Seat

Gloria Carlineo, Republican candidate for State Representative in the 178th legislative district, called upon the Bucks County GOP to follow the principle of free market competition by calling for an open primary election in her race against incumbent Scott Petri.

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Limited Government In Action, by Terence Farrell

February 15, 2011 
Filed under Pennsylvania

Limited Government In Action, by Terence Farrell

I have heard the call for fiscal sanity at all levels of government, and I am up to the challenge. During my tenure as County Commissioner, I have led a fiscally conservative and responsible county government. I have helped make us one of the top 24 best managed counties in the United States and the #1 county in Pennsylvania. We are the healthiest, the wealthiest and the best educated county in our Commonwealth, and one of the best places to raise a family in our entire nation!

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Working to Reduce Government Cost, by Ryan Costello

February 15, 2011 
Filed under Limited Government, Pennsylvania

Working to Reduce Government Cost, by Ryan Costello

With careful analysis and a commitment to fiscal responsibility, we can ensure that Chester County taxpayers get the highest possible return on their tax dollars. I encourage all Chester County taxpayers to scrutinize our government spending, and provide their thoughts and input — an active, engaged citizenry makes government all the more transparent, and effective.

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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, by Tom Hogan

February 11, 2011 
Filed under Pennsylvania

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, by Tom Hogan

By Tom Hogan, candidate for Chester County DA. There is no office in the County more responsible for assuring the unalienable rights of “Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” than the District Attorney. How can a District Attorney affect these rights? The answer is simple — the DA works every day to make our community a safe place where we the people can pursue these rights, unfettered by criminals.

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County Commissioners Must Defend Property Rights, by Jim Jordan

February 9, 2011 
Filed under Limited Government, Pennsylvania

County Commissioners Must Defend Property Rights, by Jim Jordan

By Jim Jordan. Seven years ago I joined my local municipal Planning Commission, which was working on its Comprehensive Plan created under the guidelines outlined in the Chester County document called “Landscapes”. Reading through this document, I found what appeared to be inconsistencies with land rights granted under our Constitutions.

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Fighting for Freedom, by Pat Carmody

February 8, 2011 
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Fighting for Freedom, by Pat Carmody

By Pat Carmody, candidate for Chester County District Attorney. Our forefathers wrote the constitution to protect their freedoms from being taken away. Criminals regularly take the freedoms of citizens away by breaking into their homes, robbing or assaulting them. Victims need DAs to fight for them, which is why I chose this profession.

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Jim Jordan Announces Candidacy for Chesco Commissioner

January 8, 2011 
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Jim Jordan Announces Candidacy for Chesco Commissioner

Jim Jordan, a member of the PACC, made the announcement to the public on 1/10/2011 of his intention to be a candidate for Chester County Commissioner.

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