A Pennsylvania man’s extensive wine collection is on the verge of destruction. The state is planning to pour out thousands of bottles of wine, including many rare labels, after a police sting found the owner was selling the wine out of his home.
Rep. Chaka Fattah (D., Pa.) will not comment on whether he was involved in obtaining or returning an illegal $1 million campaign loan in 2007.
Philadelphia Democrat John McDaniel, former campaign manager for City Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, was sentenced Tuesday to serve a year and a day in federal prison for wire fraud charges related to stealing $100,000 in campaign and PAC money.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett (R) is looking to break up the state’s Prohibition-era monopoly of state liquor sales in the face of mounting union opposition.
A Pennsylvania sheriff was arrested Monday for allegedly threatening to cut off and eat a worker’s hands, beat a reporter, and coerce witnesses, according to USA Today.
A few weeks back, Mark Hemingway wrote an excellent cover story for the Weekly Standard on the growing scourge of “human rights commissions.” In it, Hemingway recounted how the owner of his favorite bar felt the eye of Sauron fall upon him for cracking a joke at noted racist Marion Barry’s expense. The First Amendment, you see, is no defense when someone’s feelings might be hurt:
Several Philadelphia labor groups allegedly used feces, urine, spit, and fire to persuade businesses to hire union labor and area businesses are fighting back.