In a commentary on the current political system in the U.S., Matt Philips, president of the Free State Project, pulls the lever of a slot/voting machine that never pays out. The machine was a popular feature during the 2016 annual PorcFest, which was held at Roger's Campground in Lancaster. (John Koziol/Sunday News Correspondent)
Unfortunately, due to certain prudish elements Porcfest made a critical error and jumped the shark in 2016. After many longtime attendees dropped out in protest, the event has re-branded itself as a family gathering. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but it has limited the event's turnout for the last couple of years. According to attendees of the last two years, Porcfest is just not what it used to be.