Why Is It So Hard to Accept People Who May Believe Differently Than You?

K.d. Blogs by PNSBTV One word, ignorance. Why are we still living in a world that has had so many diverse leaders of all different race, religion and beliefs and yet, we as “the people” of the “land of the free,” are
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Republican Candidate Carson: Muslims Shouldn’t Be President

VOA News Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said Sunday Muslims were unfit to be president of the United States, arguing that the principles of Islam are inconsistent with American values. "I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would not agree with that," Carson, (more...)

PA: Nine Bills That Would Hold Elected Officials More Accountable

A Democratic and Republican state senator teamed up today to propose nine bills that would hold elected officials more accountable, keep lobbyists out of gaming license ownership, and force elected state officials to go without pay if they fail to adopt a timely Pennsylvania budget. Sens. Mike Stack (D-Philadelphia) and (more...)

Getting Involved and Making a Difference

From the staff members of local government officials to presidents in the Oval Office — everyone involved in the political process has a story about how he or she first decided to become involved in government. Former President Bill Clinton

U.S. Comedians Eagerly Await Presidential Debates

By Stephen Kaufman
Staff Writer
Up to 50 million viewers are expected to tune in October 3 to the first of three debates between President Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. While there are plenty of news stories describing the debates as a last chance for the candidates to (more...)

Who Are America’s Independent Voters? Why Are They Crucial?

By Stephen Kaufman Staff Writer The United States may have a political system dominated by two parties, Republican and Democratic, but according to a recent poll, more Americans identify themselves as being independent rather than belonging to either party, and the historical record has shown that independents tend (more...)

After Florida Republican Presidential Moves West

By Bridget Hunter Staff Writer On January 31, Republican candidate Mitt Romney prevailed in a state that is not nearly as Southern as a map of the United States would lead you to believe. There’s an American saying about Florida that the farther north you go, the farther south you (more...)

Bachmann Backtracks

Bachmann Backtracks

Since announcing her run for the Republican nomination for the presidency of the United States, Bachmann has been very careful towards voicing her stances on controversial topics such as gay marriage.  Beforehand, Bachmann openly voiced opposition to gay marriage.

She also stood vehemently against


Is Pennsylvania’s Budget Against the Education?

Gov. Corbett released the deep-cutting budget project. The $27.3 billion spending plan was received by conservatives. Republicans maintain that the budget will be completed and signed by the June 30 deadline for the first time in eight years. And everybody begin to study the fine print in Corbett's (more...)

Protests Against Pending Anti-union Legislation

In at least three states through the mid-western US there are protests against pending anti-union legislation. Protesters gathered in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Indiana, where Republican governments have argued that the moves are needed to balance state budgets tormented by deficits. In Indiana, House Democrats, in an attempt to block votes on labor (more...)

Obama Speaks After Mid Term Elections

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Parties Dueling Over Tax Cuts

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