Pennsylvanians going for gold in Tokyo | Five for the Weekend

BY: - July 24, 2021

Happy weekend, all. The 2020 Summer Olympics (happening in 2021, of course) officially started Friday in Tokyo with Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka lighting the cauldron.  While this year’s Olympic Games promise to look different than previous years, more than 600 American athletes have made the trip to Japan to compete in their respective sports, including 21 who hail from […]

Former state Rep. Rick Saccone eyes bid for lieutenant governor

BY: - July 19, 2021

Lieutenant governors run on a separate ticket than gubernatorial candidates in Pennsylvania primary elections, and then whoever wins the primary joins their party’s nominee on the ticket for the general election. This generally allows for pretty wide open lieutenant governors in the spring every four years.


Our democracy was pushed to the brink. Pa. Republicans bear responsibility | Thursday Morning Coffee

BY: - January 7, 2021

'Our vanguard has broken through the barricades,' former state Rep. Rick Saccone wrote on the day our democracy nearly burned to the ground.

State law taking effect Tuesday means Pa. won’t take your driver’s license away for some drug offenses

BY: - April 23, 2019

The new law was the last-ever bill sponsored by former GOP state Rep. Rick Saccone.