Enough is Enough: Time for Sestak to Come Clean and Release All Documents on Forbidden Earmark Request

Allentown –  U.S Senate candidate and former small business owner Pat Toomey called on Congressman Joe Sestak to come clean about his latest earmark scandal and release all documents relating to his request for a $350,000 wind turbine project for a Philadelphia-area atheist group. Over the past couple of days, Congressman Sestak has offered vague […]

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Altmire Roasted Over Reckless Spending

Pennsylvania Families “Vent Anger” for Stimulus Vote, Dems’ Failed Economic Agenda Democrats Expected a Free Ride This Recess: “After a jam-packed legislative session marked by the passage of controversial bills like Wall Street reform, Democrats will hit the campaign trail armed with talking points to draw distinctions between the two parties. And the Democratic leadership […]

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Toomey Can’t Deny Zero Corporate Tax Policy

His 2009 Book Confirms His Belief That Big Business Should Pay Nothing “Toomey clearly supports the elimination of corporate taxes, with no ambiguity.” –Pittsburgh Post-Gazette [8/31/10] MEDIA, Pa. — Congressman Toomey did his best to spin his own record in an attempt to disguise the fact that he wants to give enormous tax breaks to […]

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PolitiFact: Sestak’s new ad ‘mostly true’

We think that Sestak’s use of the clip was fair politics, because the clip accurately reflects what Toomey said on the show. And Toomey’s book does provide evidence that he’d love to see zero corporate taxation implemented, which justifies the ad’s use of the word “thinks.”

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PoliticsPA’s Morning Buzz: 9/1 Edition

A pair of new ads are up on TV (courtesy of Tom Corbett and Joe Sestak), critics lash out at the AG for using “Bonusgate” accomplishments as campaign talking points, and the state is paying way, way too much in unemployment insurance. This is Wednesday’s Buzz.

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