Dec 2018

“The facts in this matter more closely resemble neglect cases where the injury manifests at some point in time after the neglect…”

Pretty much a ban on everything

Nov 2018

We’ll be watching to see if you vote, peasant


Oct 2018

Short term loss, long term win?

So why bother trying, right?

Because why would you want the police to be armed, right?

Plus, a third volley from Vigano.

“This is the lowest thing I’ve ever seen.”

Sep 2018


Aug 2018

Not amused

“all of them were brushed aside, in every part of the state, by church leaders who preferred to protect the abusers and their institution above all.”

Jul 2018

The final day

May 2018


WaPo: Even Dems bailing on blue-wave belief?

Ed Morrissey May 14, 2018 2:01 PM


Apr 2018

A swing and a miss.

Mar 2018

An exchange student? There’s a different twist

“100 percent chance that we’ll see more rejection of Pelosi from [Democratic] candidates going forward.”

“This was bad. I can’t sugarcoat it.”

Perhaps not, but let’s open the books and see

Feb 2018

Even with a new map in Pennsylvania?


Jan 2018

A hot time in the oil fields

Well, he should be able to get a flight home easily enough

State vs federal, yet again

Dec 2017

A little racism or a lot of street violence?

The price is no longer right

Nov 2017

They would no doubt like to, but…

Three guesses which party engineered this

Oct 2017

Still sure that non-citizens don’t vote?

Jazz Shaw Oct 26, 2017 8:01 AM

Let’s examine that question again

“To call them creeps is an affront to creeps.”

Sep 2017

“We’ve been here for a while. You probably haven’t seen the news.”

Aug 2017

Wait… Frank Rizzo was in the Confederacy?

Jul 2017

Wising up to the wise guys

Jun 2017

Pennsylvania governor signs major pension reform bill

Taylor Millard Jun 12, 2017 10:01 PM

Partial privatization is a good thing.

May 2017

It’s… complicated

Goes around, comes around