Calendar of Events

Our Next Meeting is

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

The program is coming together.

Jen Baker, State Committee Woman as a main feature.
Jen represents Armstrong County at our Pennsylvania Commonwealth Committe meetings in Harrisburg. This is a guidance body for the PAGOP. Jen is a stay-at-home mom and is good in her profession.


Moving into our new year, we will be campaigning for a GOP Governor. This will require special effort. For this reason, we need a full turn-out and a working committee. We would ask that each and every committee member purpose to be in attendance or have another person from their precinct in attendance to represent them.

You are coming to the meeting aren't you?

We are planning a petition drive event for Saturday, February 17. Set aside this date for a free breakfast and sign nominating petitions for candidates for local and state wide candidates. Location: - to be announced.

It is time to plan for the Lincoln Day Dinner next spring (March 22, 2018?)

Help us work on increasing our committee size to full strength. Call us if you are interested or know of someone who might be interested.

We are looking to fill in the precincts with workers. Should you have connections with people across the county, please reply with their contact information to this e-mail. 

If you have questions, call Steve at 724-919-4422. If I am working and cannot answer the call, leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as I can.



Articles of interest

A Republic or a Democracy?

The Democrats' Rise is Far from Inevitable


Documents Foundational to American Government

Sir William Blackstone - He was the cornerstone of American political and legal thought from the time of the founders until the early 1900's. His works during this time were foundational in our United States legal education and practice.

The Nature of Laws in General: Introduction to the second book.

President Calvin Coolidge - He spoke at the celebration of our nation's 150th anniversary. He presented the argument of our founding document's timeless nature and the values of this.

The Inspiration of the Declaration of Independence: July 5 1926.

For free College level non credit courses about the American Constitution, public policy, the rule of law, and our American heritage, go to Hillsdale College.

NEWS LETTERS and Information of Current office holders

Senator, Pat Toomey - News

Congressman, Mike Kelly - Press Releases Campaign Site

State Senator, Don White - Current News Listings

State Representative, Jeff Pyle - Web for Updates

State Representative, Donna Oberlander - Latest News


for the Pennsylvania General Assembly