Doug Mastriano’s primary win, explained | Editorial Cartoon
By: John Cole - May 21, 2022
State Sen. Doug Mastriano, R-Franklin, who trafficked in baseless claims of election fraud has won the GOP’s gubernatorial nomination.
Thanksgiving is early for Pa. voters: A brief halt to campaign ads | Editorial Cartoon
By: John Cole - May 14, 2022
The May 17 primary has one thing going for it: A temporary end to campaign commercials.
Not the election reform we had in mind | Editorial Cartoon
By: John Cole - May 7, 2022
More than half of the respondents to a new poll say they’re dissatisfied with the way the state conducts its elections.
Meet the chairperson of the U.S. House Freedom (From Reality) Caucus | Editorial Cartoon
By: John Cole - April 30, 2022
U.S. Rep. Scott Perry played a “key” role in efforts to topple the 2020 election results, and pushed to get the country’s top intelligence official to investigate baseless conspiracy theories, according to a newly published report.
Donald Trump’s Pa. primary ‘Easter egg’ | Editorial Cartoon
By: John Cole - April 16, 2022
The Pa. Legislature’s Hershey’s Kiss-Off | Editorial Cartoon
By: John Cole - April 9, 2022
The Pa. GOP: Bravely conquering one solution in search of a problem at a time | Editorial
By: John Cole - April 2, 2022
In the name of placating the base in an election year, Pennsylvania Republicans are ignoring the real challenges facing Keystone State residents.
The good news about charter school funding | John Cole
By: John Cole - March 19, 2022
This week, Republican-controlled committees voted to reject Wolf administration-authored regulations seeking to reform charter schools.
Putin rebuilds the Iron Curtain | Editorial Cartoon
By: John Cole - March 12, 2022
As the war in Ukraine drags into its third week, the Russian leader's ambitions are becoming more clear all the time.
The core of the problem for Pa.’s teachers | Editorial Cartoon
By: John Cole - February 26, 2022
Exhausted by the pandemic and culture wars in the school board room, Pa. has a teacher retention problem. Paying them better is a first step to fixing it.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Pa. budget sweet and sour hearts | Editorial Cartoon
By: John Cole - February 12, 2022
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf has rolled out his eighth and final budget. It's $43.7 billion. Will Republicans be his Valentine this year?