Month: August 2013

OUR OPINION: No Labels: A refreshing step in right direction

August 25, 2013 Amidst the noise, the posturing and the bitter partisanship, one hopeful sign has begun to emerge in Washington, D.C. Pledging a new attitude about meeting our nation’s challenges, No Labels formed in 2010 with goals of mobilizing Americans, building trust across the political divide and encouraging bipartisan cooperation in our nation’s capital. …

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Members of Congress finally doing what they’re supposed to do

Recently two rare and positive events occurred on Capitol Hill. Individual members of Congress took bipartisan steps to break the political gridlock that has made this Congress one of the least productive in American history. First, 98 senators met in closed session in the Old Senate Chamber to discuss their opposing partisan views concerning the …

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Our View: Thompson’s ‘No Labels’ affiliation is good news

U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson has stellar conservative credentials. A third-term congressman, he’s a Republican from Howard Township in Centre County, a little more than 20 miles from State College. He supports the rights of gun owners, opposes abortion and supports repeal of Obamacare. But Thompson, who represents about a third of the land mass in …

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