Kessler said he doesn’t regret anything he posted on YouTube.
“Nothing is going to change, but now we’re gonna have a piece of paper so everyone else recognizes it.”
The mayor’s office says the chief is acting within his First Amendment right to express himself in his free time.
“I cannot ethically defend the constitutionality of Pennsylvania’s version of DOMA. I believe it to be wholly unconstitutional,” Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane says.
“The issue is going back to the Supreme Court, it’s just a matter of time,” ACLU’s James Esseks says.
Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick deleted his tweet retweeting the troubled former child star after 14 seconds.
Goodbye, “The Office.” We’ll miss you.
“We paid $3,000-4,000 each to come to the United States on this program, expecting a cultural exchange… Instead, we became exploited workers at McDonald’s restaurants in Pennsylvania.”
Centralia’s underground coal veins have smoldered since 1962. The ghost town’s highways have since become a strange graffiti message board.
Brian Sims made history on Tuesday when he took office as the first person elected to the Pennsylvania legislature as an out LGBT person. He joins Rep. Mike Fleck, who announced after his re-election that he was gay.
“I’m still the exact same person and I’m still a Republican … The only difference now is that I will also be doing so as honestly as I know how,” the Republican Pennsylvania lawmaker said.
Every Election Day, there are a wave of claims of massive irregularities. Some of today’s are legitimate — but none appear to represent large-scale fraud or voter suppression.
“Your anemic follower count belies your claims of being a Twitter ‘celebrity.’”
The two campaigns prepare to fight over everything from Hurricane Sandy to voter ID laws. Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Virginia and Pennsylvania are the states to watch for election litigation.
He was actually wrong on most of his predictions. He’s headed to Pennsylvania on Sunday to campaign.
“I will come on Morning Joe and I will shave off my mustache of 40 years if we lose any of those three states (Minnesota, Michigan, or Pennsylvania),” Obama’s guru promises.
Roger Stone is shocked, shocked.
That was Ann’s role. “It freed me up to put the choice in more general terms.”
Santorum came out swinging for Romney at a campaign stop in Pennsylvania. But “a little trouble coming out of the gate on health care,” he says.
Romney highlights the convenience store’s hoagie ordering terminals.
Mitt Romney rescheduled an event at a Pennsylvania WaWa Saturday after Obama supporters rallied at the bus tour stop. Instead of confronting the protesters, Romney stopped at a WaWa several towns over, but the it cost him local headlines.
The former Pennsylvania Senator’s record on earmarks is best seen through his own press archives.
The pitch: hey, I was your Senator!
The former Pennsylvania Senator talks about his 2006 lose in a January 2011 interview with Forbes. He made that boast (!) to stress that he’d held the Republican base despite his 2004 endorsement of Arlen Specter.
This is real and it’s on the campus of Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania. It’s only available to students, who are all older than 17, and it’s stocked with Plan B pills for $25 a pop. Can I also get a Whatchamacallit and some Cheetos?
Starting Monday, the principal at Pottstown Middle School is enacting a ban on Uggs and “open-top boots” in response to kids’ stashing phones and snacks in their fugly footwear during class. A local news station discovered that some parents aren’t pleased with the blessing in disguise. (The mom at 1:00 is my favorite.)
Home run derby competitions have been pretty boring dating back to roughly 1960. The Reading Phillies, of the Eastern League, have a deranged plan for how to fix that during this summer’s All-Star festivities. Woe for the poor intern that ends up suspended from that center field crane.
It’s almost forgotten now, but the education of the children of Rick Santorum became a major campaign issue in his failed 2006 re-election bid for the Senate. Santorum’s children, while residing in Virginia, from 2001 and 2004, attended a Pennsylvania cyber charter school, which left taxpayers with a bill in excess of $100,000 dollars. Santorum, who campaigned heavily in his first congressional race against his opponent living in Virginia, was accused of hypocrisy. Santorum responded to attacks by releasing a ad, featuring his children, entitled “Important Job,” to defend himself. Santorum made the case that since he paid taxes to Pennsylvania, his children were entitled to services there.
An ad campaign in Pennsylvania, intended to raise awareness about rape prevention, has been pulled by the state’s Liquor Control Board. Rape victims came forward to say that the whole campaign made it look as if it were the women’s fault, which is understandable considering it says that your friend has apparently already “made a bad decision” from the get-go.