Albert Eisenberg is a Philadelphia-based political consultant. He formerly served as the communications director for the Philadelphia Republican party, and is a founder of Broad + Liberty. He writes regularly for The Inquirer on issues from the right.

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Trump’s embrace of trillion tree plan is good environmental policy | Opinion

Hopefully we can look forward to swathes of beautiful, bold, Trump-branded forests.

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To keep college valuable, don’t make it free | Albert Eisenberg

This week several Democratic front-runners confronted questions about their “free college” proposals, exposing a rift among the major candidates.

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Why hasn’t the left canceled Elizabeth Warren yet? | Opinion

Warren has distinguished herself with a series of false narratives designed to make her appear victimized.

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First up for Philly police commissioner Danielle Outlaw: Actually stopping crime | Opinion

The City needs to focus on the right issues when we talk about her future here.

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As 2020 presidential primaries approach, why are we still putting so much stock in Iowa and New Hampshire? | Opinion

Why such an astronomically greater influence for voters in Des Moines and Portsmouth over those in Kansas City or Pittsburgh?

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After Temple student’s TikTok controversy, the university clashes with reality | Opinion

It is possible to disagree with the student’s language about the neighborhood and with the Orwellian reaction by Temple’s administration.

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Movita Johnson-Harrell charges are another example of how Philly’s corrupt politics hurts everyone | Opinion

The citizens of the 190th district lose yet another elected official to corruption.

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On school choice, Democrats are the hypocrites | Opinion

The Democratic Party’s near abandonment of charter schools, and the mostly minority voters who need them, is one of the most politically perplexing shifts in recent memory.

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By reaching across the aisle, Gov. Wolf has shown that Harrisburg can get things done | Opinion

It is worth stepping back and appreciating (it is Thanksgiving!) the new movement toward compromise and deal-making in Harrisburg, ushered in by an improved version of Governor Wolf and Republican leadership.

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Working Families Party bumped a Republican from City Council. Will that actually serve workers or families? | Opinion

It is not Republicans’ fault, though, that Philadelphia has the highest deep poverty rate, coupled with one of the highest rates of taxation, of any metropolitan area in the nation.