Northampton Township Republican Committee “Excellence in Government & Citizenship” Application & Contest Rules

DEADLINE: 4/15/2015 NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES GOVERNMENT & CITIZENSHIP $1000 SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION 2015 Essay Topic – “Should President Obama’s proposal to make community college tuition-free become law? Why or why not? “ Northampton Township Republican Committee “Excellence in Government & Citizenship” Application & Contest Rules: Eligibility for Participation: Any Northampton Township resident who is…

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6/6/14 Tasting for Tyler at BCCC – Annual Event Benefits Preservation Program

Bucks County Community College is kicking off it’s 50th Anniversary.  Come celebrate Academic Excellence and Opportunity with the gem of higher education in Bucks County this Friday Evening at the Annual “Tasting for Tyler” 6:00PM-9:30PM. Many of us will be there and hope you can join us.  Tickets may be secured online.  For more information,…

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Labor Day 2013: A Time to Reflect

In the United States, Labor Day, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of their country. So much has changed in the last 5 years when the American…

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Council Rock Public Hearing & Board Meeting – 7/18/13 6:30PM

PLEASE make every effort to attend the Public Hearing regarding the possible replacement of the Occupation and Per Capita Tax with a 34% increase in the Earned Income Tax Rate.  The meeting begins at 6:30PM at The Chancellor Center 30 N. Chancellor St Newtown, PA 18940. Immediately following at 7:30PM is the regularly scheduled Board of School…

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Twp Failure Results In “Criminal Investigation” – Attend the BOS Meeting on 03/27/13

At the apparent direction of Frank Rothermel, the DEM majority Supervisors and the Township have failed to uphold their Ordinances and possibly placed the integrity of the Public Water Supply at risk for contamination.  For nearly 14 months, The Municial Authority has asked the Township to inspect certain properties in the Industrial Park which might have connections between…

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Go to “WheresMyWaiver.com” to apply…

The number of waivers the Obama administration has awarded for a provision of the year-old healthcare reform law grew by 128 in March. With the new waivers, that means 1,168 businesses, insurers, unions and other organizations have received one-year exemptions from a healthcare reform provision requiring at least $750,000 in annual benefits. The administration says…

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Fitzpatrick Demands Answers on Libya

Calls on Administration to Provide Clarity Mar 25, 2011 Issues: Defense and National Security, Foreign Affairs LANGHORNE, Pa. – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick today released the following statement on the ongoing United States military operations in Libya which commenced on March 19, 2011. “There are important questions that need to be answered by President Obama regarding…

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U. S. Senate votes to strike down 1099 requirement

After months of failing to agree on how to repeal an unpopular IRS reporting provision included in the healthcare reform act, the Senate voted overwhelmingly to strike it down Wednesday night. The Senate voted 81-17 on the 1099-reporting requirement, with 17 Democrats voting against the measure. The healthcare reform provision requires businesses to report for…

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Casey, Specter, Harry Reid Snub Voters – Kill ObamaCare Repeal Efforts

Senators struck down two amendments that would repeal provision in the 2010 health care overhaul (PL 111-148, PL 111-152) requiring businesses to file a 1099 form to the IRS for every vendor to which they pay more than $600. The first amendment, offered by Nebraska Republican Mike Johanns, would pay for the repeal with spending…

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Soviet-style Central Planning at EPA Fails – AGAIN!!

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 Environmental Protection Agency set at…

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