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New Bill, Touted by State Senator Mensch, Would Eliminate State Inheritance Tax For Small Business

New legislation in the Pennsylvania State Senate – Senate Bill 303 – would cut the inheritance tax for small businesses.  If the company has 50 or less employees, the net book value of assets is less than $5 million, and the business stays open for 7 years after the transfer, the inheritance tax would be … Continue reading

The President Who Claims To Support Education Cuts It, But Wait…

Further proof (as if it was needed), that President Obama is a hyper-partisan and misleads is his decision to cut education assistance for the military.  So the next time Mr. Obama talks about how important education is, remember what he really means is to make sure his pals in the teachers unions get paid.  He … Continue reading

Low Information Voters – YIKES!

This is really sad.  These people negate the votes of educated voters.

Pennsylvania State Police Voluntarily Send Mental Health Records to FBI

The Pennsylvania State Police recently sent Pennsylvania’s mental health records to the FBI-run National Instant Check System vlountarily to be used to perform background checks on those purchasing firearms.  State Representative Todd Stephens (R) has introduced legislation to make this mandatory in PA.

Governor Corbett and Montco Commissioner Castor At It Again

Most people in the political world know Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce Castor and Governor Tom Corbett have a long history dating back to the 2004 Attorney General race.  They were at it again recently with regard to Commissioner Castor’s potential primary challenge to the Governor.  Can’t either one take the high ground on this?  If … Continue reading

Armstrong Walks On The Moon

44th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong's Moon WalkJuly 20th, 2013
Another Occasion On Which America Lead The Way

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