Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick says he opposes a battle over raising the United States’ debt limit.
Police say 18-year old Justin Jackson was high when he crossed lanes in his Ford Focus, ran a car off the road and killed 40-year old jogger Merinda Thompson before ramming into a telephone pole.
Had to check the calendar on this one. Nope, still March.
Sniveling Obama supporting liberal loser Michael Smerconish says he’s leaving broadcast radio and moving what’s left of his “radio show” to a small channel called POTUS on the SiriusXM satellite service as of April 15.
Police say a Northampton 18-year old was high when he demolished his car in a high speed crash last December, killing one of his friends and critically injuring three more.
Allegheny College held a masturbation-focused sex seminar, featuring tips on how to best bring yourself and your partner to orgasm, in an on-campus church last night.
The National Journal’s ideological rankings for Congress are out and, surprising absolutely no one, it turns out PA-8 “Republican” Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is more liberal than conservative.
Democrat PA Attorney General candidate Kathleen Kane has claimed another endorsement that she actually hasn’t gotten.
The Bucks County Courier-Times and sister paper Intelligencer are earning their place at the bottom of the bird cage this election season, most recently by embargoing news that the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee has pulled out of the 2012 Congressional race here, essentially conceding the race to Republican incumbent Mike Fitzpatrick.
Roll Call has switched the 2012 race for Pennsylvania’s Eighth Congressional District from “Leans Republican” to “Likely Republican” after the DCCC yanked advertising spending for for its radical fringe candidate Kathy Boockvar.