Trump’s election lies are truth for far too many 2022 GOP hopefuls | Mark O’Keefe
Will Republicans ever come to their senses and admit that were wrong about Trump? Probably not.
Democrats can win on the issues. But they need to sell them | Mark O’Keefe
Gov. Tom Wolf's sagging approval ratings must be troubling to Democrat Josh Shapiro, who's looking to succeed him.
Will Pa. ever get serious about property tax reform? | Mark O’Keefe
Rep. Frank Ryan wants to tax retirement income. It's a good idea, which means it'll never happen.
What the 2021 judicial races tell us about 2022 and beyond | Mark O’Keefe
No party has won three, consecutive terms for governor since they were allowed to run for re-election in 1972
Will Pa. lawmakers finally pass real lobbying reform and a gift ban? | Mark O’Keefe
The calendar is tight -- but lawmakers can get it done with some actual political will.
The Philly ‘burbs grew over the last decade. That’s a problem for the GOP | Mark O’Keefe
New Census data must be a source consternation for Republican strategists who will have to overcome the state's changing landscape.
I was a journalist from Coal Country. This is the Rich Trumka I knew | Mark O’Keefe
Trumka never wavered in his commitment to improving the lives of American workers battling on behalf of American workers until the end of his life.
Were Wolf’s budget season trades worth the price of a deal? Democrats may find out in 2022 | Mark O’Keefe
Was Gov. Tom Wolf trying to put a good face on the $40.8 billion state budget recently passed by the General Assembly, calling it a “good budget?” While Wolf was happy the Legislature passed the budget ahead of the June 30 deadline; it contained none of the significant proposals he made during his budget address […]
A Cambria County lawmaker has a plan to make Pa.’s liquor license system more competitive. Will it work? | Mark O’Keefe
Ever wonder why you have to bring alcohol to your favorite restaurant? Ever wonder why your favorite bar closes and never reopens? Situations like the above happen primarily because of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s rules and regulations. In the first situation, a restaurant may not have a liquor license because few are available in […]
Pa.’s volunteer fire departments are in crisis. How Pa. lawmakers are moving to help | Mark O’Keefe
In 1970, there were about 300,000 volunteer firefighters in Pennsylvania. That number has plummeted to 38,000 today.
Will Pa. lawmakers pass local police radar bill — or let it pass them by again? | Mark O’Keefe
The Pennsylvania State Troopers Association, the union representing members of the Pennsylvania State Police, added its support this year for the first time.
My family’s experience explains why mental health reform has to be part of the solution to mass shootings | Mark O’Keefe
While taking the guns out of the hands of the mentally ill who are dangerous would be a good start, actually helping those people deal with their problems would be the best course of action.