Month: May 2022

Democrat Josh Shapiro is going to implement same-day voter registration in Pennsylvania

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Attorney General Josh Shapiro tweeted Saturday, writing, “l’m going to implement same-day voter registration in Pennsylvania because I believe every eligible voter […]

Doug Mastriano congratulates Dr. Oz for U.S. Senate Republican nomination in Pennsylvania

Appearing live Sunday morning on Newsmax TV during an interview with Wake Up America, state Senator Doug Mastriano congratulated Dr. Oz for likely remaining the […]

Pa. Sen. Mastriano to introduce term limits for school board members and increase transparency at meetings

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Senator Doug Mastriano (R-33) announced his plans to introduce legislation that will reform school boards across Pennsylvania and improve transparency. Mastriano’s bill […]

Pa. Senator Mastriano calls for increased funding for school security and mental health resources

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Senator Doug Mastriano (PA-33) is calling for a funding stream in this year’s budget to go toward fortifying school security and additional […]

Trump endorses Doug Mastriano for Pennsylvania Governor

By: Sean Guay Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – President Donald J. Trump today issued an endorsement of state Senator Doug Mastriano for Governor of Pennsylvania. “It is […]

Teacher regularly “soothes” herself on floor during mental breakdowns at Camp Hill Middle School

Camp Hill, Pa. – Parents are concerned for the safety of their children at the Camp Hill Middle School regarding a mentally distressed teacher who […]

Pennsylvania high school vandalized by abortion activists

York, Pa. – A photograph taken today of a high school that was vandalized with pro-abortion graffiti is circulating on social media. It occurred at […]

Pa. State Rep. Keefer: DEP is spending millions to address Environmental Justice, a “propagated issue”

“DEP is spending millions of precious employee hours and taxpayer dollars, to address a propagated issue, that not one of my constituents has ever contacted my office about.”

One week remaining for Pennsylvanians to comment on updated Environmental Justice Policy

DEP is spending millions of precious employee hours and taxpayer dollars, to address a propagated issue, that not one of my constituents has ever contacted my office about.

Groups of “furries” are harassing 6th grade students in Cumberland Valley School District

According to the New York Times, furries are a myth. However, a different story is told by teachers, students, and parents in central Pennsylvania.