Buffalo bound anti-mandate protesters stop in Scranton

BY: - February 11, 2022

After receiving a few more donation boxes from a local, the convoy of two cars and four people headed out to their next meeting point in Elmira, N.Y. But, before leaving, McGuire also noted: “Nobody wants a mini Ottawa in their town, which is understandable … we kept saying ‘this is peaceful, we don’t plan anything.’ All is part of our right to assemble.” 

After the lockdown, a path forward | Five for Your Weekend

BY: - April 25, 2020

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Is the government abusing power during the COVID-19 pandemic? | Bruce Ledewitz

BY: - April 23, 2020

From a strictly legal perspective, the answer is, probably not. Or at least not in the general sense that the protestors are raising.

Gov’t ‘can’t save us from the virus’: In raucous Capitol protest, thousands call on Wolf to reopen all of Pa.

BY: - April 20, 2020

*This story was updated to clarify Gina Diorio’s employment. She is a spokeswoman for Commonwealth Partners. It was further clarified to update the distinction between Commonwealth Foundation and Commonwealth Partners. While speakers blasted classic rock anthems and motorcycle engines revved up, thousands of protesters, in close proximity, hooted and hollered to express their anger with […]