Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Democrat Tom Wolf has won a second term as Pennsylvania governor, beating brash Republican challenger Scott Wagner. Wolf’s victory in Tuesday’s election sends him back to Harrisburg to share power with a Republican-controlled Legislature that fought him in two extended budget battles. Wolf has said he’ll…
Pennsylvania is not getting any better over the next four years. Tom Wolf has been re-elected as governor. Since he has been in office all he has done has been spend more money and raise taxes. Now there is talk he is going to raise sales tax and create new taxes. Soon enough we will no longer have an income. We will have to write a “IOU” to the Commonwealth because of Wolf. I think it is time to find a new state to call home. This state is going to go bankrupt and the Federal Government will have to bail us out.
via Gov. Wolf Wins Re-Election, Braddock’s Fetterman Joins Him As Lt. Governor — CBS Pittsburgh
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Wolf’s budget includes raising the state’s sale tax from 6 percent to 6.6 percent and significantly reducing the number of items and services that would not be tax exempt.
This is a reason I do not like Governor Wolf. He does not think what raising taxes will do to our economy. He just thinks it will put more money in his pocket. Well he is wrong. He needs to cut taxes, cut unnecessary expenses, and lower cost overall. If he or whoever will be governor could put more money in our pocket that means we have more money to spend. That means going to the movies, going on a trip, buy new clothes, buying a new video game, what it means more money flowing in our economy. Even if a person took all the money extra they were saving and put it into an investment account like mutual fund or IRA that means there is more money invested in the economy. Whatever a person does with that money, rather than burying it in their backyard, would help the economy. Tom Wolf needs to open his eyes that he is killing our Commonwealth and needs replaced. Do not let him win this year.
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Source: Candy and caskets: 40+ nontaxable items, services that Gov. Wolf wants to be taxed
Surveillance footage from a doorbell security camera captured the heartbreaking moment a toddler was left abandoned outside a stranger’s home in the middle of the night.
I don’t know about the average person today but I would never leave a child on the doorstep and ring the bell. So much goes through my head what could have happened. There may have been no one there and the kid could have been kidnapped, the kid could have walked away and frozen to death, or even just sat there until someone found him. I don’t know what else may have happened but it is kind of a good bad thing it was the neighbor and they were good neighbors not some psycho. She had no reason to run away. We need to make sure the child is safe first.
Source: Doorbell camera captures moment toddler is abandoned outside stranger’s home
Winsor, M. (2018). Doorbell camera captures moment toddler is abandoned outside stranger’s home. [online] ABC News. Available at: https://abcnews.go.com/US/doorbell-camera-captures-heartbreaking-moment-toddler-abandoned-strangers/story?id=58583037# [Accessed 18 Oct. 2018].
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HONESDALE, Pa. — A cross and star in a Wayne County community are the centers of controversy, and now an effort is underway to keep them in the face of a possible legal battle. Newswatch 16 first told you Monday about the letter objecting to the cross and star in a public park in Honesdale.…
I have been hearing of this on the news for a couple days and it is really bothering me. We live in a country where we have Freedom of Religion, but if we express that freedom people get upset. Whatever happened to our rights our forefathers fought for us over 240 years ago. If you don’t remember what I am talking about I will refresh your memory.
Bill of Rights: Amendment 1 Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
Maybe our government is trying to get us to give up our freedom slowly so they can control us. It has seemed like we are getting closer and closer to Socialism, social and economic doctrine that calls for public rather than private ownership or control of property and natural resources. Our government owns a lot now and there are so many people on welfare. I hope our country becomes great again like President Donald Trump said he would make it.
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Burt Reynolds, the mustachioed megastar who first strutted on screen more than half a century ago, died Thursday, according to his agent Todd Eisner. He was 82. The Georgia native, whose easy-going charms and handsome looks drew prominent roles in films such as “Smokey and the Bandit” and “Boogie Nights, suffered a cardiac arrest, Eisner…
I will miss him. He was a great actor. He was an inspiration to many of us and he set a great example for our generation.
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