Pennsylvania Lawmakers encourage supporters to join them at Capitol event
Politicians in Washington, D.C., have been exerting undue influence on the states and itâ€™s time for them to stop. Thatâ€™s the sentiment behind a rally Rep. Samuel E. Rohrer (R-128) and Sen. Mike Folmer (R-48) will hold at noon on Monday in the Capitol Rotunda.
â€œIf you think the size and scope of the federal government has far exceeded our Founding Fathersâ€™ intentions, then we hope you come out Monday to support our cause,â€ Rohrer said. â€œFor too long, Congress and the president have been encroaching on policy areas that ought to be decided by the states. This rally is the equivalent of posting a â€˜no trespassingâ€™ sign.â€Details
The danger of being number 10 is that no one really knows who you are. George Washington was our first president; but how many can name number 10 off the top of their head? And Sir Edmund Hillary was the first person to climb Everest, but does anyone know who the tenth person was to reach the summit?Details