Bruce Navin is a small business owner in Central Pennsylvania, and a proud father. He enjoys doing his part in volunteering; most often in support of Catholic charitable functions including as an officer with The Knights of Columbus.
One enjoyable moment in the Great American political process was being a first- hand witness to the beginning of the end of a dubious political career. It occurred in Lebanon, Pa. at a townhall meeting hosted by then Republican Senator Arlen Specter. His arrogance and that of the union thugs who tried to bully elderly men was stunning. It also marked a major milestone in the birth of the TEA party.