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10 September 2014 0 Comments

Tim Krieger voted to authorize more debt for Pennsylvania’s Forgotten Taxpayers

       Tim Krieger   voted to authorize more $1,781,373,000 debt on the Pennsylvania Taxpayers. He was NOT  one of 22 voting NAY including 8 Democrats. Everyone in Republican Leadership voted YEA for more debt.  Act 128 of 2014 is the Capital Budget Act and authorizes incurring debt   Fiscal Note House Committee on Appropriations: “Estimated annual […]

10 September 2014 0 Comments

Tim Krieger votes to redistribute The Forgotten Taxpayer’s dollars to multi-billion dollar private corporation with 1% President.

Republican Tim Krieger voted to redistribute 10s of millions taxpayer money to liberal academics at UPENN because President Gutmann is not paid enough.  House Vote Appropriations Act 15A 26 June 2014. Rep. Krieger (along with the majority of Republicans and Democrats)  has voted to redistribute millions of taxpayer dollars to multi-billion dollar private corporations already privileged […]

8 September 2014 0 Comments

Stephen Bloom votes to redistribute 10s of millions of Pennsylvania taxpayer dollars to UPENN

                               Stephen Bloom votes to redistribute 10s of millions taxpayer money to liberal academics at UPENN because President Gutmann is not paid enough.  House Vote Appropriations Act 15A 26 June 2014. Rep. Bloom has voted to redistribute millions of taxpayer dollars […]

8 September 2014 0 Comments

Rep. Stephen Bloom is the Forgotten Taxpayer’s Friend – He votes NAY to authorizing more debt for the Pennsylvania Taxpayer

   Stephen Bloom voted NAY to authorizing more debt on the Pennsylvania Taxpayers. He was one of 22 voting NAY including 8 Democrats. Everyone in Republican Leadership voted YEA for more debt. Stephen Bloom District 199 Republican, serving Cumberland County (Part) Member of the House  2011 to date  Act 128 of 2014 is the Capital Budget Act […]

25 July 2014 0 Comments

Et Tu, Senators Wagner, Eichelberger and Folmer: $27 BBILLION New Debt Authorized in 3 Acts

 Et tu, Senators Wagner, Eichelberger and Folmer? Republican Senate UNANIMOUSLY voted YEA to authorizing $27,451,323,000 , (about $27 and ½ Bbillion dollars) in new borrowing. ? These three borrowing Acts are not good news for the taxpayer: they authorize $27,451,323,000 that is about $27 and ½ Bbillion dollars in new borrowing.  Debt is deferred Taxation. […]

20 July 2014 0 Comments

Infuriating Republicans Authorize $27 Bbillion Dollars More Pennsylvania Debt

 The debt burden affects everyone in Pennsylvania, directly and indirectly, although it is the Forgotten Taxpayer who works, saves and invests who pays. More government debt means less productive, job creating growth   Bbillions of Borrowing for Roads and Highways over and above the $7.3 to $7.5 Bbillion over 5 years from Act 89 of […]

20 July 2014 0 Comments

2014 the 100th anniversary of home air conditioning.

Charles Gilbert Gates was the first American to have air conditioning installed in his private residence. Air Conditioning was invented by Willis Havilland Carrier, a secular saint in my view.     Charles Gilbert Gates  The first US air conditioned residence   Willis Haviland Carrier, engineer and innovator   Cui bono? Who benefits from the […]

20 July 2014 0 Comments

Kathleen Kane’s Incompetence v. Republican Fecklessness 2016

 It appears that Kathleen Kane is in over her head. Her credentials were thin to begin with but she wasn’t tied to Corbett the way that Dave Freed was. Kathleen Kane may well be unqualified to be AG.  Let us see what happens to the Turnpike “pay to play” case  and to the Spanier, Schultz […]

20 July 2014 0 Comments

Personnel is Policy: Tom Corbett, Acting Sec. of ED Dumaresq and the PSEA

Corbett’s cordial relationship with teachers’ unions tells us why K-12 unionized, government bureaucracy cost so much. (Hat tip to Pennsylvanians for Union Reform  and Jim Panyard  for this  27 August  2013 report. The PSEA has been the most well-financed and very effective opposition to pension finance reform. Personnel is Policy: PSEA’s person is Pennsylvania Secretary […]

20 July 2014 0 Comments

The Five Year Cost of Act 89 of 2013 — What Republicans Imposed

The cost of the Republicans’ Act 89 of 2013 is tax of $7,307,000,000 is $7,584,000,000 on motorists and truckers in Pennsylvania. See page 9 chart of Fiscal Note of the House Committee on Appropriations