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The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) protects and restores the natural and built environments through innovation, collaboration, education, and advocacy. PEC believes in the value of partnerships with the private sector, government, communities, and individuals to improve the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians.
 
In November 2020, all roads really did lead to and through Pennsylvania. Besides for providing its crucial 20 electoral votes, suburban counties like Delaware and Chester highlighted exactly how Biden-Harris won–while more rural counties like Fayette and Lawrence, which Trump-Pence improved in, show the epitome of the Democratic problem. This podcast looks at the shifting tides in every corner of the Commonwealth, but it does so through an untraditional lens. We won’t just be interviewing el ...
 
Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania is a series of essays written by the Pennsylvania lawyer and legislator John Dickinson (1732–1808) and published under the name "A Farmer" from 1767 to 1768. The twelve letters were widely read and reprinted throughout the thirteen colonies and were important in uniting the colonists against the Townshend Acts. (Wikipedia)
 
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Ken’s guest is Brett Croneberger, radio producer for The Pennsylvania Project on WWDB, discussing his view from the studio control room of numerous issues ranging from gun control to Toastmasters to launching a broadcasting career. What sticks in Ken’s craw is the so-called “patriot movement” and several of their unworkable approaches to avoiding p…
 
The Biden-Harris ticket found roughly 10,000 additional votes in Erie County that Clinton-Kaine could not. Erie was one of three pivot counties across Pennsylvania. Last November, it flipped back to the Democrats. EJay Fyke knows every precinct in the county and provides an in depth perspective on how to successfully turn out the vote in Erie.…
 
It's one thing for an environmental organization to tout its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. It's another thing to live out that commitment at the level of programming and daily activities. On this episode: how Philadelphia's Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership is innovating upon its mission to protect the watershed and b…
 
John Vento joins Bill on episode #577 of the Pennsylvania Rock Blues Show to talk about the Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival and more. Featuring music from: The Bail Jumpers, John Vento, Miss Freddye, ZMW, Nied’s Hotel Band Interview Session 1 – Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival and Corbriwoodstock John, before we get too deeply...…
 
Final episode of this podcast and information on the upcoming video livestreaming updates. The PA General Assembly has adjourned for the summer. Get an update on where our pro-gun bills stand. Show Notes: Like GOA-Pennsylvania’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/goapennsylvaniaעל ידי Gun Owners of America
 
Ken’s guest is Tyler Breen, intellectual instigator and host of the Terrible Conservative podcast, poking the bears known as abortion, gun control, race relations, political correctness, and worse. What sticks in Ken’s craw is more of the ongoing Police Crisis, plus a discussion of how to rein it in; specifically, the Ten Copmandments. Guest Toastm…
 
Ken’s guest is Michelle Siegel, candidate for the Pennsylvania State Senate in the 27th District, discussing Knoebels, the insane War on Drugs, campaign reform, and other leftish issues that align with Libertarianism. What sticks in Ken’s craw is the contradictory Doctor Jekyll /Mister Hyde duopoly of police powers. Guest Toastmaster Narrator: Greg…
 
Ken’s guest is voting methodology expert Roy Minet, discussing the reasons why our current system of electing people is the worst possible one, and the dozen or so other systems that simpulations prove would work much better. What sticks in Ken’s craw is Ayn Rand’s novel, Atlas Shrugged. Guest Toastmaster Narrator: Scott Thompson, CLIMB Toastmaster…
 
We start our Northwest PA series with an in-depth conversation with Kathy Dahlkemper. Having represented the region in Congress as well as eight years as County Executive, her insight is second to none. She provides perspective into the most pressing policy and political issues in Erie County. As one of three 'pivot' counties in the Commonwealth, w…
 
Ken’s guest is Kevin Kita, chiropractor, discussing the interrelationship between mind, body, and soul, and how chiropractors bring them all together, resulting in amazing cures for migraines, cancer, and other ailments. What sticks in Ken’s craw is again even MORE of a long list of provocative questions raised on The Pennsylvania Project but never…
 
Brad Abbott joins Bill for his third go-round with an interview on Build the Scene. You’d think there wouldn’t be anything to talk about, and you are wrong, very wrong. Featuring music from A Common Crown, Anxiety at Best, Brad Abbott, Brian Genovesi, Winter’s Descent, Homicide Black, Curtis and the Shakerz Interview Segment 1 with...…
 
More Information: Commercials: Petition to teach the Pennsylvania Constitution to our kids: https://www.pennsylvaniaproject.com/petition-in-support-of-teaching-the-pennsylvania-constitution-to-our-children/ Amendment 16: http://AmendmentSixteen.com Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania: http://LpPa.org Steven Werley Digital Marketing: https://www.steve…
 
Ken’s guest is Derek Cotton, K-9 Guidance Councilor, discussing the counterproductive way most people train their dogs, and how to let your dog actually be a dog. What sticks in Ken’s craw is a long list of provocative questions raised on The Pennsylvania Project but never answered. Guest Toastmaster Narrator: Stephanie Burg-Brown, SEPTA Toastmaste…
 
We conclude our SWPA series with a thought provoking discussion with State Representative Pam Snyder. Having worked in federal, county and now state government, she provides a unique perspective on the changes of the last two decades in the region. When the Trump-Pence ticket overwhelmingly won Greene County, as a Democrat she also pulled off a win…
 
Ken’s guest is Allen Fox, proprietor of the Vapor Phoxxe vape lounge in Hatboro, discussing the political side of vaping, including unsung medical benefits and overly-sung misinformation campaigns. What sticks in Ken’s craw are all the technological tyrants invading Pennsylvania, such as speed cameras and red light cameras, and how to fight back. G…
 
Billions of dollars' worth of solar panels and other components are flowing into the U.S. from China, feeding a market increasingly hungry for renewable energy. Many are made with materials linked to alleged forced-labor practices in the Xinjiang region. As the market heats up and trans-Pacific trade relations become strained, a new supply chain tr…
 
Content creator, video editor, vlog host… Trish Smith of 412nes.com joins Bill on Episode 575 to discuss all things Bat Trish/Space Bat Productions/412nes! Featuring music from: Dragline, The Cheats, Six Speed Kill, Shattered, Skarlett Sky, Negan, Demo Demon Interview with Trish Smith of 412nes Can you explain to everyone what 412nes is? 412nes is …
 
Ken’s guest is Lou Jasikoff, investigative journalist and publisher of the Wilkes Barre Independent Gazette, discussing numerous scandals in northeastern Pennsylvania, such as Kids for Cash, Custody for Cash, nepotism, cronyism, blatant intimidation, and worse. What sticks in Ken’s craw is the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Guest Toastmaster Narrator: Cher…
 
Ken’s guest is Susan Carty, past president of the Pennsylvania League of Women Voters, currently serving on the League’s national board in Washington DC, discussing how the League stood up to Wolf and Wagner debate debacle, and how the two old parties are undermining our political system. What sticks in Ken’s craw is Pennsylvania’s horrendous ballo…
 
Steven Anthony and Steven, Jr. from Concrete Soul join Bill on Episode 574 to discuss their band, music, and more. They are from Beaver County, PA. featuring music from: Silk 9, RatRod, Concrete Soul, Royal Honey, Dying Breed Interview Segment 1 with Concrete Soul Where did the name Concrete Soul come from? Who would you...…
 
Ken’s guest is Matt Wenrick, environmental engineer, exploring the details of cleaning up the mess left behind from past chemicals, biological agents, leaks, Superfunds, and PFOs, including biocumulation, biolatilization, and other B words. Listeners question include a series of Facebook responses to the telling question, “What bothers you about Pe…
 
Chelsea Ritenour, former host of Armstrong Neighborhood Channel’s Music Talks show, opera singer, vocal teacher, and rock vocalist of the up and coming band, The Fall of Me joins Bill for Episode 573 of the Pennsylvania Rock Show. featuring music from: Corners of Sanctuary, Transcendence, Karkizz, Across the Dawn Segment 1 With Chelsea Ritenour How…
 
Christina Proctor is the new Chairwoman of the Washington County Democrats. Four years ago, she wasn't even active in politics. She shares her on-the-ground perspective on the March 2018 Conor Lamb special election and how the Biden-Harris ticket built on that grassroots energy.על ידי Ari Mittleman
 
House Republican Leadership stalls Constitutional Carry (HB 659) on the House floor and attempts to throw the bill’s prime sponsor, Representative Aaron Bernstine (R-10), under the bus for being an outspoken champion for this important bill. Listen as what transpired in the Capitol is explained. Also, a quick update on where we stand with SB 624, S…
 
Lou, from Philadelphia’s band, The Pocket Cowboys joins Bill for episode 572 of the Pennsylvania Rock Show. Featuring music from: JaketheHawk, Doug Carnahan, Pocket Cowboys, Greywalker, Blackridge, Ratrod Segment 1 with Lou from the Pocket Cowboys Where did the name Pocket Cowboys come from? How did the band form? We talk about the band’s recent...…
 
We sit down with Mayor Dwan Walker of Aliquippa, Beaver County. This iconic Pennsylvania community along the Ohio River has changed tremendously over his lifetime. The Mayor walks us through these changes starting with the closure of the steel mill when he was nine and how that still affects voting behavior more than three decades later.…
 
On episode 571, Pittsburgh’s sleaziest punk rock n’ roll band, The Cheats joined Bill to talk about their band, past bands, wishes and more. Featuring music from: Dragline, Six Bar Break, The Cheats, Royal Honey, Rocky Dennis Face, 13 Saints, Unbroken Soul Interview Segment 1 with The Cheats Where did your band name come from?...…
 
Trails can be a tremendous economic opportunity for small towns – but all the funding and political muscle in the world won’t matter if a trail project doesn’t address real community needs and center community voices. In her new book, trails advocate and community-builder Amy Camp explains why the most successful Trail Town initiatives are built on…
 
On May 18th, State Rep. Ed Gainey made history. Silas Russell was an integral part of this historic Mayor's race. He gives us an in depth perspective on the endorsement process, GOTV operations, key policy concerns and what to expect in 2022.על ידי Ari Mittleman
 
Dr. Val gives us an insider view of the House Judiciary Committee meeting on May 25th where HB 659 (Constitutional Carry) and HB 979 (Strengthening Preemption) bills were reported without amendment on a 14-11 vote. Anti-gun Republican Todd Stephens voted with the Democrats. Show notes: Take Action on Constitutional Carry: https://pennsylvania.gunow…
 
Steve Hawk makes his second trek on the Pennsylvania Rock Show on episode 570. Featuring Music from: Fubar, Forgotten Nobody, Steve Hawk, Brad Abbott, Highway Louie Interview Segment 1 with Steve Hawk You re-released Forgotten Nobody’s’ album, Missing Screws, recently. What brought that about? Can you tell me about the day you knew you were...…
 
In the perennial swing state of Pennsylvania, elections are often decided by voters who don’t identify with either political party – and recent polling shows Independents have swung hard on the issue of climate. With 3 out of 4 Pennsylvanians now voicing serious concern about the impacts of climate change, what’s the political cost of inaction? Ana…
 
Travis, of Clearfield, PA’s Metal band Endbringer, joins Bill on Episode 569 to discuss their brand of metal, the music scene, their new EP, and more! Featuring music from: The Borstal Boys, Chrystyna Marie, Endbringer, Human Delusion, Dying Breed, Illusions of Grandeur Interview Segment 1 with Endbringer I have a feeling that this first question..…
 
May is Asian American and Pacific Island Heritage Month. As we celebrate and recognize the role of the AAPI community across Pennsylvania, we sit down with Koh Chiba, longtime senior adviser to Congresswoman Madeleine Dean. Koh has worked with her in Montgomery County, Harrisburg and Washington. He reflects on the last decade sharing his unique jou…
 
For Part 1 of our Pittsburgh Mayoral Primary post-mortem, hear from a City Councilwoman who has been a close ally of Mayor Bill Peduto. We discuss her switch from grassroots advocacy to government service and her specific thoughts on what happened in this historic election.על ידי Ari Mittleman
 
In this episode, Dr. Val discusses the recent press conference on the Capitol Steps with Senator Doug Mastriano and GOA’s lawsuit against the City of Philadelphia over their homemade firearms and 3-D printed gun bans. Show Notes: Senator Mastriano Press Conference on SB 624: https://senatormastriano.com/2021/05/12/news-conference-right-to-bear-arms…
 
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