Another Failed Obama Policy… “The Obama administration Monday conceded that cellulosic ethanol producers won’t come close to hitting a congressional target to deliver 250 million gallons of fuel next year made from grasses and other vegetation not used for food.” Just because you pronounce it, doesn’t make it so… “The (more…)

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Sixty-six percent (66%) of voters nationwide favor a proposal to cut the federal payroll by 10% over the coming decade. A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey found that just 22% are opposed and 12% are not sure. “My priorities are jobs, jobs and jobs,” said Fitzpatrick, echoing the wisdom of (more…)

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To all of my neighbors in Northampton Township and the rest of Bucks County: Congratulations on taking a very important step in correcting the course of the U. S. SHIP of STATE.  We had a massive turnout – over 55% in Northampton Township. You manned the sails and steadied the (more…)

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Clean Campaign Community To all, Final count: I collected over 250 campaign signs, plus some miscellaneous stuff! Did anyone beat me?  Best Regards, Steve McGill, Chairman, Northampton Township Republican Committee Leader, Northampton GOP Sign Patrol (more…)

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Unofficial Election Results -Bucks County (Visit www.buckscountyelections.org/ElectionSummary.aspx?id=10) for complete details. United States Senator 1 Vote for 1 View Results by District Democrat Joe Sestak 102896 46.8% Republican Pat Toomey 117065 53.2% Governor 1 Vote for 1 View Results by District Democrat Dan Onorato 97999 44.6% Republican Tom Corbett 121878 55.4% (more…)

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Today is Election Day 2010. Polls are open from 6:00 am until 8:00 pm. The weather forecast is good and the best time to vote is at the slack times: Between 9:00 and 11:00 am, 1:00  and 4:00 pm and 7:00 until 8:00 pm. The busy times to avoid, if (more…)

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Dear Friend: We’re on the eve of victory in the 8th congressional district, but our campaign needs an extra push in the closing days of this critical election. Can I count on you again? National and regional polls show the Democrats’ hold on the House and Senate majority is slipping (more…)

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