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PLC 2018

Lincoln Radio Journal

Plug into
the Pulse of

(January 20, 2018 - January 26, 2018) This week on Lincoln Radio Journal: Lowman Henry talks with State Representative Stephen Bloom about the state Supreme Court case that could result in new congressional district lines; Joe Geiger from the First Nonprofit Foundation has Dr. David Arscott of the Stroud Water Research Center in the Community Benefit Spotlight; And, Beth Anne Mumford from Americans for Prosperity-PA has a Lincoln Radio Journal commentary on a quality education for all children.

American Radio Journal

Lighting the brushfires of freedom

(January 20, 2018 - January 26, 2018) This week on American Radio Journal: Lowman Henry talks with David Inserra of the Heritage Foundation about a replacement for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program; Andy Roth of the Club for Growth has the Real Story on congressional Republicans refilling the swamp; Eric Boehm and Scott Shackford of Reason magazine talk about reauthorization of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA); And, Col. Frank Ryan, USMC (Ret.) has an American Radio Journal commentary on states' insatiable desire for your cash.

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2017 Fall Business Climate Survey

2017 Fall Business Climate Survey

No Way To Run A Raliroad

Candidates for public office often pledge to "run government like a business" or at least abide by sound business principles. In the collective opinion of the business owners and Chief Executive Officers participating in the Fall 2017 Keystone Business Climate Survey state government is falling far short of that goal.

The business leaders have a decidedly negative view of the state's budget process and that in turn has caused a burst of optimism that followed the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump to vanish and to be replaced with a pessimistic outlook. This in turn has resulted in a drop in job approval ratings for Governor Tom Wolf and both houses of the General Assembly.

A lopsided 91% of the owners/CEOs responding to the survey conducted by the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research said they are unsatisfied with Pennsylvania's state government's ...

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