The people of Pennsylvania deserve to know the physical health of their statewide elected officials. And today we do not know the condition of John Fetterman.
A busy news week for us here at PoliticsPA. And a week of celebrations – National Cheesesteak Day, for instance. We’re a little partial to Tony Luke’s, but that’s just us. Would that get an Up or a Down from you? Here’s what we think for the week that was March 21-25.
It’s time for a settlement of the war for Ukraine. No settlement will be imposed on Vladimir Putin or the Ukrainians. They’re too tough and too independent to be forced into a deal by a third party. But within their toughness and independence lies the logic of resolution.
As we round the corner and head toward President’s Weekend, we look back at the week that was. A look back at those who choose not to debate, to those who top a poll and to those who reorganize. We also acknowledge those who receive a notice from the Select Committee, a believer in the good of redistricting, judges who made their call, a newsroom in trouble, and a legislator supporting students. All this and more in our weekly Ups and Downs.
Did you miss us? A staple of PoliticsPA returns with a new guy at the helm. I’d like to thank everyone for your warm welcome as the new managing editor of PoliticsPA. It’s nice to see that Republicans and Democrats can agree on that. And as a result … we’re only going for up arrows today.