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    Mechanicsburg, PA
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HLA October Meeting

Guest speakers will include Mickey Paoletta of the Citizens Reform Center, Russ Diamond, candidate for the PA State House in the 102nd District (Lebanon), and Andy Ostrowski, who is running for Congress in the 11th district (Cumberland, Dauphin, up to Hazelton, etc.)

Mickey is an expert on banking and how the entire credit system is based on fraud. He can show you what you need to do to protect yourself and how to fight back against the debt enslavement system.

Please join us 7p.m. at HOSS’s Steak and Sea House, Inc. (61 Gettysburg Pike, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055)

September meeting of the Harrisburg Liberty Alliance

David Whitney from the Institute on the Constitution will be discussing immigration and how Congress and the Constitution are involved. What should be the proper, CONSTITUTIONAL actions of our federal government concerning both legal and illegal immigration? Should America have an open-door attitude? Should America rewrite its immigration laws?

Please attend and join the discussion! Bring a friend!

Meetup.com/Harrisburg-Liberty-AllianceImmigration & the Constitution

Lawmaker wants more transparency in PA liquor advertising

Bloom has introduced a bill to require all PLCB advertising efforts to include a statement reading “this advertising was paid for by you, the taxpayers of PA.”

Read the article in full here

Harrisburg’s $452K street surveillance: how is privacy protected?

“The capital city’s new surveillance system allows police to pan, zoom and recall footage at 10 key locations, with more to come by next summer.”


Why I’m Jealous of My Dog’s Insurance

“But let’s not pretend that this new policy is the affordable health care savior that many of us were hoping for. For us, our new plan is a big financial hit for a product that does not make it any easier to get basic health care.”

NY Times Opinion

With a minimum wage hike, there’s maximum harm to jobs: Stephen Bloom

An Op-Ed by PA Rep Stephen Bloom

“We are fooling ourselves if we think government can keep driving up the cost of entry-level jobs without damaging consequences.”

Please read the rest of the article at PennLive

PA Rep Stephen Bloom to Address HLA April 1st, Not April Fools’ Joke

PA State Rep Stephen Bloom will be joining us for our April meeting.

“Stephen Bloom was first elected to represent the citizens of the 199th District in the Pennsylvania House in 2010. His mission as a lawmaker is to cut the size and scope of government, reduce the burden of taxes and unnecessary regulation, defend constitutional liberties, and unleash the power of free enterprise to create jobs and prosperity.

In the 2013-14 legislative session, Stephen was selected to serve on the following House committees: Finance; Agriculture and Rural Affairs; Labor and Industry; and Children and Youth.

He has been named a “Guardian of Small Business” by the National Federation of Independent Business, a “Defender of Liberty” by the American Conservative Union, and a “Friend of Agriculture” by the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau.

Stephen is an active member of the Carlisle Alliance Church. He authored the books, “The Believer’s Guide to Legal Issues” and “They’ve Crossed the Line: A Patriot’s Guide to Religious Freedom.”

He has been a practicing lawyer for more than 25 years, and taught courses in economics, personal finance, and business law at Messiah College.

Stephen earned a bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics and rural sociology from Penn State University in 1983 and graduated from The Dickinson School of Law in 1987, where he attained membership in the Woolsack Honor Society. He is a 1979 graduate of Penncrest High School in Media, Delaware County, where he was inducted into the Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame in 2013.

He currently resides in North Middleton Township, Cumberland County, with his wife, Sharon. They have three grown children, a daughter-in-law, and two grandsons.”