Category: Editorial

Ups and Downs – March 25

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.

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Opinion: The Path to Peace in Ukraine

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.

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Ups and Downs

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.

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Ups and Downs

The week that was in PoliticsPA finds some winners, those that straddled the line, and one who found trouble with a social media giant.

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Ups and Downs

Exhale. What a week! Campaign finance reports are out. Appointments are made. The state House and Senate maps are approved. The courts … oh those courts. Phil saw his shadow. And Gritty is in a better mood. All this and more … in this week’s Ups and Downs.

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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.

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September 17th Ups and Downs

New polling shows the potential impact a Trump endorsement may have in Pennsylvania, the state’s longest serving Corrections Secretary announces his next chapter, plus a news organization unionized. All of that and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

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September 10th Ups and Downs

The 2022 Republican Senate race turns personal, a former GOP state Senate and House candidate pleads guilty for his role in the January 6 Capitol riot, plus a news organization is a finalist for online investigative journalism award. All of that and more are in this week’s Ups and Downs.

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