Month: February 2011

Casey Calls for Sanctions on Libya

As violence continues in Libya, Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) released a statement today which declares his support of immediate sanctions and a potential no-fly zone over Libya.

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PoliticsPA’s Ups and Downs: 2/25

It’s been an interesting week in PA politics, and certainly better for some than others. See who had a good week, and who didn’t – read this week’s Ups and Downs!

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2/25 Morning Buzz

PoliticsPA broke the latest poll in PA-Senate 2012 yesterday, and it showed good news for Bob Casey. The DEP has taken a step (likely the first) toward a scaled-back Marcellus oversight stance. The Orie trial goes on (and on). And workers in PA continue to flex their muscle in a series or rallies across the state.

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Exclusive: More Good News for Casey in Latest Poll

Latest Municipoll, obtained by PoliticsPA: 46% of likely voters have a favorable opinion of Casey, compared with only 30% of voters with an unfavorable opinion. Obama’s at 51%, Corbett’s at 48%, and 57% of voters favor a Marcellus gas tax and selling the state’s liquor stores.

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Superintendents, School Choice and Budgets

The economic landscape of education in Pennsylvania is rocky at best. Facing budget cuts on the state and federal level, legislators around the state are looking for ways to cut costs in the tempestuous economic climate, but to mixed reviews.

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Barletta, Marino Pitch Conservative Policies at King’s College

Freshman NEPA Congressmen Lou Barletta and Tom Marino did not hide their conservative colors Tuesday night at King’s College’s Congress on Campus event where they both shared similar approaches to the national deficit, “Obamacare,” illegal immigration, and the labor market.

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2/24 Morning Buzz

Neither Dems, GOP willing to blink as the federal government heads for shutdown. PA Republicans and labor eye each other warily. Newt’s night at Penn made national headlines. And is it just us, or has Rick Santorum been in the news a lot lately?

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Breaking: Santorum Responds to Obama DOMA Reversal

Barack Obama may inadvertently have made Rick Santorum more relevant in the 2012 GOP primary. The President’s decision to cease his administration’s legal defense of the Defense of Marriage Act has brought Santorum’s signature issue to the forefront of conservatives’ attention.

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Politico: Santorum Hits Left on Crusades

“The idea that the Crusades and the fight of Christendom against Islam is somehow an aggression on our part is absolutely anti-historical,” Santorum said in Spartanburg on Tuesday. “And that is what the perception is by the American left who hates Christendom.”

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