Wisconsin Is No Egypt

February 21, 2011 
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Wisconsin Is No Egypt

By Anthony Oleck. Other than the fact that people are protesting in the streets the two have nothing in common. Egypt’s revolution at first glance appears to be a quest for freedom; Wisconsin is a protest more in line with what we saw in Greece and France. In those two countries, we saw powerful public sector unions trying to protect and preserve overly generous health, retirement and pension benefits — benefits the people paying their bills neither have nor can afford.

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Mr. Obama, the people have spoken

November 16, 2010 
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by Anthony J Oleck Daily Local News Nov. 6, 2010 On Election night the American people put the team of Obama, Reid and Pelosi in check. Precisely because all levels of government were being run by a team of unchecked progressives, the people got an up close and personal look at what a far left […]

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The Ground Zero Mosque and the Legitimate Boundaries of Religious Freedom

August 19, 2010 
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The Ground Zero Mosque and the Legitimate Boundaries of Religious Freedom

Recent public outcry in print and on talk shows demonstrates that many Americans instinctively oppose the construction of a mosque anywhere near Ground Zero. A mosque near Ground Zero is seen as an intentionally provocative act, a declaration of triumph and supremacy over a symbol of America by the forces of Islam.

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July 1st: Join PACC at “Swinging Summer Thursday” in West Chester

May 31, 2010 
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July 1st:  Join PACC at “Swinging Summer Thursday” in West Chester

Join PACC members for summer fun and political activism when PACC sponsors a voter registration table Thursday, July 1st from 6pm to 9:30 PM at “Swinging Summer Thursday” in West Chester.  Swinging Summer Thursday is a monthly street fair that includes arts and crafts, outdoor cafes and live music.  It will be a great opportunity to speak […]

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Support Your Local Conservative…Conservatives Post Big Win on May 18th!

May 20, 2010 
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Support Your Local Conservative…Conservatives Post Big Win on May 18th!

Congratulations to the many Conservatives who rose to the call to duty to become a Republican Committee Person. We are proud of everyone who threw their hat in the ring, win or lose. Listed below are the candidates that we have been notified as having won their seats. Congratulations and all Best Wishes in your […]

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PACC Business Cards Are In!

May 17, 2010 
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May 8th: Meet the Candidates Forum

April 29, 2010 
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May 8th:  Meet the Candidates Forum

Pennsylvania Conservative Council (PACC) is pleased to highlight Republican candidates for state representative from the 156th, 157th and 26th legislative districts during a Meet the Candidates forum, Saturday May 8th from 9:30 am to 10:30 am at West Chester Borough Hall.   PACC Members volunteered to coordinate the event including Kathy Hartman, Bob Guzzardi, Marian McGrath and Jeff Aigeldinger.  “This […]

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April 16th and 17th: PA Leadership Conference

April 17, 2010 
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 Pennsylvania Conservative Council’s (PACC) Administrative Director, Fred Fonseca, is representing the PACC at this year’s PA Leadership Conference in Harrisburg, PA.  He is sharing an exhibition table with Rich Davis, Founder of American Sheepdogs and is spreading the word about the history and mission of the Council.  The following text is provided on the handouts […]

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Support Your Local Conservative…

April 8, 2010 
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Support Your Local Conservative…

The  upcoming May primary election serves an opportunity for real change from the ground up in the Chester County political scene.  On January 2, 2010 at the first PACC meeting of the year, the Pennsylvania Conservative Council sponsored an educational session on “How to Become A Republican Committee Person.”  Several PACC members and other conservatives have risen to […]

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Day of Silence at West Chester Schools

April 8, 2010 
Filed under Activism, Education

Day of Silence at West Chester Schools

Fred Fonseca April 8, 2010 On Friday April 16th the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN) will sponsor an all day “action event” called “Day of Silence” at WCASD high schools. The GLSEN organizing manual explains: “Day Of Silence is designed to draw attention to the bullying and harassment faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and […]

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