By Scott Wallace Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick got a little face time with President Trump at the White House last week and shared his plan for ...
People in Pennsylvania and across the country are sick and tired of the division and chaos in Washington, D.C.
First, Donald Trump proposed a wall that he promised Mexico would pay for, not American taxpayers. Then, Trump and his buddies in Congress ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, even though nine out of ten Americans support it.
From the day Donald Trump took office, we’ve recognized his lies and watched him break promises to the “forgotten people” he said he would fight ...
If there’s one thing that runs through my heritage, it is taking care of America’s family farmers.
Donald Trump is so desperate to ignore science that he’s banned parts of the government from using words like “climate change,” and he’s perpetuated the dangerous lie that climate change is a hoax by the Chinese.
Donald Trump promised voters that he would be a voice for the “forgotten” Americans. Many believed him.
I spent my childhood watching my parents — who both served terms as president of Planned Parenthood of Bucks County — fight to empower women and girls here in Pennsylvania and eventually on a global scale through our family’s international nonprofit, the Wallace Global Fund.
As Black History Month draws to a close, and we celebrate the 89th anniversary of the founding of the NAACP, we pause to celebrate progress made, and to rededicate ourselves to challenges remaining.
My mom shaped me. She’s my hero. I remain inspired by her endless quest to empower women and girls.