PA Primary Delegates Info

Trib survey: Here’s how most of Pennsylvania’s candidates for delegate would vote BY TOM FONTAINE AND SALENA ZITO | Monday, April 4, 2016, 6:06 p.m. Article Link • With prospect of divided convention, unbound Pa. delegates have shot at deciding nominee Updated 7 hours ago Fifty-four delegates to the Republican National Convention who are elected from […]

7 Obamacare failures that have hurt Americans

By Diana Furchtgott-Roth Obamacare barely passed Congress in 2010. If people had known how it would develop, the health-care act would likely never have become law. Back in 2009, when the law was proposed, and in 2010, when it was signed, the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) proponents were giddy with optimism. Proponents proclaimed the many promises […]

This wasn’t a budget Gov. Wolf wanted – but it was one Pa. needed

By Charlie Gerow The Rolling Stones famously sang a half-century ago that “You can’t always get what you want.” But, as Messrs Jagger and Richards also sagely observed, “If you try sometimes you find you get what you need.” It’s advice that Gov. Tom Wolf and his administration might find worthy of heeding. The York […]

Pennsylvania’s epic budget impasse ends: Wolf won’t veto

MARK SCOLFORO and MARC LEVY Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. —Pennsylvania’s epic budget stalemate ended Wednesday as the Democratic governor backed off his latest veto threat, leaving slivers of his once-ambitious agenda intact after nine months of partisan gridlock that threatened to close schools, forced social-service agencies to lay off employees and resulted in millions in […]

Open vs Closed Primaries

Open vs Closed Primaries Pennsylvania’s Primary will not take place until April. The media is pushing the idea that after today the nomination will be wrapped up. Here is something to think about as we go through the delegate count tonight. States like South Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Minnesota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Michigan, Mississippi, Illinois […]