July 2, 2020
Wolf's Emergency Declaration Order is Law

PA Supreme Court: Ending an Emergency Declaration Requires More Votes than Impeachment

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court's recent contradictory ruling upholding Gov. Tom Wolf's emergency declaration clearly demonstrates their belief that some checks and balances are more equal than others.
June 22, 2020
Lebanon County Stays Yellow

Governor Wolf’s Pettiness Shines Through

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has found a new place to grind his political ax--Lebanon County, where local leaders chose to enter Yellow Phase without his permission in early May. Now, as the rest of the state enters the Governor's Green Phase, Lebanon County is the only one he's left behind.
June 9, 2020
Tom Wolf Wasteland

Guest Post: Tom Wolf is No Longer Relevant

By throwing his own rules out the window and marching with protesters last week in Harrisburg, Tom Wolf lost what little was left of his relevancy as governor.
June 3, 2020
Cris Dush

Accountability: The 2020 Primary Election

By blowing their wad in a safe Republican seat just to feed outgoing Senate President Joe Scarnati's ego, Scarnati and the SRCC have no one but themselves to blame if Republicans lose seats in the Pennsylvania Senate this fall.
May 22, 2020

House and Senate Democrats Would Rather Grovel than Rein in Governor Wolf

The response to Governor Wolf's veto this week from Democrats in the Pennsylvania General Assembly should give everyone who cares about good government great cause for concern.
May 11, 2020
PA Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine

Guest Post: It’s Time for Rachel Levine to Resign

The inept policies of Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine have led to the deaths of countless senior citizens across the Commonwealth and have artificially prevented the state's economy from reopening. Dr. Levine needs to go.
May 4, 2020
Tom Wolf ordered PA Nursing Homes to take sick residents

PA Department of Health Ordered Nursing Homes to Take COVID-19 Positive Residents

If science is truly directing his decision-making, Gov. Tom Wolf needs to identify the scientists who recommended ordering nursing homes to accept elderly residents who tested positive for COVID-19.
April 29, 2020

Guest Post: Believe the (Political) Science

For a governor who claims to rely on science in making his pandemic decisions, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf doesn't seem too interested in sharing his information with anyone.
April 17, 2020
Governor Wolf and Dr. Rachel Levine

One Last Option to Rein in Governor Wolf

Governor Wolf has indicated he will veto legislation that would put Pennsylvania businesses back to work using CDC guidelines. The Legislature does have one final option to end Wolf's disaster order, but it'll take plenty of political courage from state lawmakers.
April 13, 2020

It’s Time for the General Assembly to Take Action: Over One Million Jobs Lost Since March

With more than a million jobs lost since March 1st, the Pennsylvania General Assembly now needs to step in and undo Gov. Wolf's legally questionable stay-at-home order. We hope it will.
April 1, 2020
Mastriano addresses COVID-19 order

Guest Post: Getting Healthy Citizens and Healthy Businesses Back to Work

Sen. Doug Mastriano is taking steps to undo Gov. Tom Wolf's legally questionable emergency order shuttering Pennsylvania businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We fully support his efforts.
March 20, 2020
Governor Wolf's Emergency Order

Will the General Assembly take Action, or let the Governor’s Emergency Order Stand?

Gov. Wolf's emergency order is legally questionable, and with Pennsylvania’s courts shut down for two weeks, it's now up to the legislature to take action.
March 4, 2020
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Guest Post: Time to Rethink Higher Education

Enrollment at Pennsylvania's state-owned institutions of higher education has declined rapidly over the last decade. Gov. Tom Wolf's solution? Throw more money at it.
February 11, 2020

A New Record: Governor Wolf had Two (Halfway) Decent Ideas in Budget Address

Are the light bulbs finally starting to come on for Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf? We doubt it, but he did have two ideas in his budget address that could be worth exploring.
February 5, 2020
Iowa Caucus

Guest Post: The Iowa Caucus Prologue

If the Iowa Caucus dumpster fire is any indication of how new technology performs under a national spotlight, Pennsylvania voters might want to take notice.