The city of Philadelphia has dropped its attempt to seize two homes using civil asset forfeiture laws.Read More →
When Alexis de Tocqueville walked the newly formed United States, he found a country brimming with hope and a new government of the people, by the people and for the people.Read More →
Two more Philadelphia lawmakers were charged Tuesday in connection to a sting operation that caught them accepting bribes in return for votes.Read More →
By Mark Lagerkvist | New Jersey Watchdog
The New Jersey Legislature’s investigation of the Bridgegate scandal has devolved into a partisan ruckus with few new facts as the total cost for state taxpayers nears $9 million.
A Democratic-controlled committee released a 136-page interim report Monday, admitting it had found no evidence to conclude Gov. Chris Christie was […]
Many residents of Millcreek Township, nestled against Erie in northwest Pennsylvania, are unhappy about township supervisors recently hiring the niece of one supervisor. And while a majority of the supervisors now agree that the hiring violates the nepotism policy of the township, the decision will still apparently stand.Read More →