Op-Ed: Limited government can make a comeback

  • Nathan Benefield
  • August 28, 2021

For advocates of limited government, it’s easy to feel like the fight is over and the country is on the path to fiscal ruin. But such pessimism is unwarranted.

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Op-Ed: Wolf climate change plan will kill Pa. jobs

  • Elizabeth Stelle
  • August 12, 2021

Joining RGGI will hurt our economy. States that participate in the RGGI have seen major decreases in goods manufacturing (down 8.6% from 2007 to 2019) thanks to rising energy costs.

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Op-Ed: Limited Government Can Make a Comeback in Pandemic Era

  • Nathan Benefield
  • July 27, 2021

States like Pennsylvania are also pushing against unbridled gubernatorial powers. In the past, Republicans and Democrats criticized executive overreach when the opposing party was in power. Both parties, however, rarely…

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My Child Was Saved by School Choice

  • July 10, 2021

In April, Sharon Sedlar testified before the Pennsylvania Senate Education Committee, sharing her families’ story of school choice, and how cyber charter schools changed her daughter’s educational trajectory. This is…

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My Child Was Saved by School Choice

  • July 10, 2021

In April, Sharon Sedlar testified before the Pennsylvania Senate Education Committee, sharing her families’ story of school choice, and how cyber charter schools changed her daughter’s educational trajectory. This is…

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Standing Up for Students: Jamie Walker

  • July 9, 2021

Jamie Walker didn’t mean to become an activist, but now that she’s gotten a taste of what an informed and involved citizen can do, she isn’t ready to stop. Her…

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Standing Up for Students: Jamie Walker

  • July 9, 2021

Jamie Walker didn’t mean to become an activist, but now that she’s gotten a taste of what an informed and involved citizen can do, she isn’t ready to stop. Her…

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Don Kirkland, Sr.

  • July 6, 2021

What actions can you take now to ensure the values you cherish endure for generations? Leaving a legacy is something deeply rooted in the Kirkland family. Their business, Marine Equipment…

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Don Kirkland, Sr.

  • July 6, 2021

What actions can you take now to ensure the values you cherish endure for generations? Leaving a legacy is something deeply rooted in the Kirkland family. Their business, Marine Equipment…

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Op-Ed: PA Gov. Attacks Lawmakers’ Sensible Election Reforms

  • Nathan Benefield
  • June 25, 2021

Wolf is also ignoring new polling from Franklin & Marshall College, which shows that Pennsylvania voters believe election reform is necessary. Among voters polled, 81% favor signature matching for mail-in ballots…

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