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Lincoln Radio Journal

Plug into
the Pulse of
Pennsylvania

(November 1, 2014 - November 7, 2014) This week on Lincoln Radio Journal: Eric Boehm has news headlines from paindependent.com; Lowman Henry talks with Brad Bumsted of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review about scandal at the state Supreme Court; Joe Geiger of the First Nonprofit Foundation has James Jones from the Boys and Girls Club of Harrisburg in the Community Benefit spotlight and Beth Anne Mumford of Americans for Prosperity-PA has a Lincoln Radio Journal commentary on special treatment for labor unions.

American Radio Journal

Lighting the brushfires of freedom


(October 25, 2014 - October 31, 2014) This week on American Radio Journal: Lowman Henry talks with former Virginia Governor James Gilmore of the Free Congress Foundation about the federal response to Ebola; Andy Roth of the Club for Growth has the Real Story on what to expect from a U.S. Senate under Republican control; Eric Boehm and Katie Watson have a Watchdog Radio look at examples of government waste found in Senator Tom Coburn's new "waste book"; And, Col. Frank Ryan, USMC (Ret.) has an American Radio Journal commentary on what will happen if the dollar ceases to be the world currency.

Lowman Henry

Lowman Henry's
Lincoln Blog

A Tribute to Richard M. Scaife

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2014 Fall Business Climate Survey

PA Business Climate Improving

But Obamacare a drag on employment, pay

For the first time in a decade, by a narrow margin, more Pennsylvania employers say business conditions in the commonwealth are improving than say the state's economy is getting worse. But, that optimism is tempered by a lack of job creation and lower wage hikes due to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare.

George W. Bush was president and on the verge of re-election in 2004, the last time respondents to the Lincoln Institute's Keystone Business Climate Survey thought the business climate was getting better rather than worse. Since then ...

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