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Lincoln Radio Journal

Plug into
the Pulse of

(September 5, 2015 - September 11, 2015) This week on Lincoln Radio Journal: Eric Boehm has news headlines from; Lowman Henry talks with Brad Bumsted of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review for an update on the Kathleen Kane case; Joe Geiger from the First Nonprofit Foundation has Dr. Michael Hanes of the Whittaker Center in the Community Benefit Spotlight; And, Beth Anne Mumford of Americans for Prosperity-PA has a Lincoln Radio Journal commentary on corruption at the PA Liquor Control Board.

American Radio Journal

Lighting the brushfires of freedom

(August 29, 2015 - September 4, 2015) This week on American Radio Journal: Lowman Henry talks with Jim Phillips of the Heritage Foundation about the proposed nuclear deal with Iran; Doug Sachtleben of the Club for Growth has the Real Story on style over substance in the presidential campaign; Eric Boehm gets details from Jonathan Wood of the Pacific Legal Center on the EPA gone rogue on this week's Watchdog Radio Report; And, Colin Hanna of Let Freedom Ring, USA has an American Radio Journal commentary on the suddenly competitive race for the Democratic Presidential nomination.

Lowman Henry

Lowman Henry's
Lincoln Blog

Loony Lefty of the Week: Katie McGinty

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Focus Group

Focus Group

Results of the Public Opinion Focus Group on Benefits that Work:
Addressing the Child Care Welfare Cliff

During the 2013-2014 legislative session, the Majority Policy Committee of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives created the Empowering Opportunities: Gateways-Out-of-Poverty initiative. This House Republican Caucus initiative recognizes that current efforts to address poverty are in need of revision and subsequently searches for opportunities to address barriers that entrap individuals in impoverished conditions and to replace them with outcome-based solutions.

The initiative is divided into five broad areas ... [View]

Recent Survey

2015 Spring Keystone Business Climate Survey

Business Climate Optimism Evaporates

Wolf Budget Proposals Deeply Unpopular Among Business Owners/CEOs

After nudging into positive territory last October for the first time since 2004, the outlook of Pennsylvania business owners and Chief Executive Officers has turned sharply negative in the wake of Governor Tom Wolf's budget proposals. Every component of the governor's proposed budget "reforms" received a sharply negative response from the state's job creators in the Lincoln Institute's Spring 2015 Keystone Business Climate Survey.

Four years of business friendly policies implemented by the administration of former Governor Tom Corbett created a positive outlook from business owners and CEOs for the first time since ...

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