Fracking is a Waste of Money and Nature

As we acknowledge World Environment Day and World Oceans Day this week – days to recognize the human impact on our environment and discuss the best ways to help protect it – and in Pennsylvania, many are using the week to recognize the impact of fracking. A recent...

For World Environment Day, We Need to Act on Plastic

June 5th is World Environment Day, and later this week on June 8th is World Oceans Day, two days that share a common theme this year: plastic pollution and waste. Think about how much plastic you encounter in a single day. It’s almost unfathomable: over a million...

Policy Watch: Protect and Serve?

Congress has taken its Memorial Day recess, but there is still legislation in Congress that you should know about! In an update from our previous edition of Policy Watch, of the bills highlighted, only the EGO Act was signed into law. This month’s edition will address...

CFPUP searches for and presents the facts – to begin the discourse that hopefully leads to the most prudent course of action for our families, communities, and government.

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Policy Watch: Protect and Serve?

Policy Watch: Protect and Serve?

Congress has taken its Memorial Day recess, but there is still legislation in Congress that you should know about! In an update from our previous edition of Policy Watch, of the bills highlighted, only the EGO Act was signed into law. This month’s edition will address...

Thomas Frank on Populism

“Populism is America’s way of expressing class antagonism. It is a tradition of rhetorical protest that extends from Jefferson to FDR to Bernie Sanders…But protest isn’t the property of any particular party. the Democrats are lost in a fantasy of white-collar...

“Few things are brought to a successful issue by impetuous desire, but most by calm and prudent forethought.”

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