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Vote must lead us forward, not back

November 5, 2015 Pennsylvania is in a serious financial mess — a mess created by four years of unbalanced budgets. more »»

Bernie’s conspiracy theory

November 5, 2015 Bernie Sanders is the most prominent conspiracy theorist in America. He runs around the country saying that the economy is “rigged” by what he calls “the billionaire clas. more »»

Ryan decision loss to country

November 3, 2015 Rep. Paul Ryan’s wife and three young children live in his hometown of Janesville, Wisconsin. more »»

California becoming state of death

November 3, 2015 LOS ANGELES — Shortly after signing a bill allowing assisted suicide in California, Democratic Governor Jerry Brown signed another measure that forces pregnancy crisis centers to “offer information... more »»

America in search of a cause?

October 30, 2015 “If the Cold War is over, what’s the point of being an American?” said Rabbit Angstrom, the protagonist of the John Updike novel. more »»

Odom not only overdose to fret

October 30, 2015 Can I just vent this week? Please? Thank you. I am a sympathetic person; really, I a. more »»

Too much fear risks our freedom

October 29, 2015 This Halloween, what do you fear? I fear fear itself because when we are afraid, we willingly give away our freedoms. more »»

Why Republican voters are not acting like GOP

October 29, 2015 In the important matter of choosing their parties’ presidential nominees, Republicans and Democrats have behaved entirely differentl. more »»

More to politics than money and polling

October 27, 2015 Much of what the American press covers in political campaigns is the daily horse race of polling and — every three months — the campaign finance numbers. more »»

Wolf budget good path for Pa.

October 27, 2015 Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget rebuilds the middle class in Pennsylvania by prioritizing jobs that pay, schools that teach, and government that works. more »»

State board of education marked absent

October 26, 2015 If you ever wondered what the Pennsylvania Board of Education does, the answer is ... not much. Not much at all, according to a critical report by Auditor General Eugene DePasquale. more »»

Benghazi, ‘untrustable’ Hillary

October 26, 2015 Kevin McCarthy was factually right — if grammatically and politically wrong — when he told Sean Hannity that the House’s Benghazi committee demonstrated Hillary Clinton was “untrustable. more »»

Winning flats and hitting walls

October 26, 2015 Watching a presidential debate is a bit like watching a NASCAR race: Folks want to see who wins the flag, but they also want to see who hits the wall. And boy, are they tuning in. more »»

Meeting of unlike minds

October 22, 2015 When President Barack Obama meets in Washington Nov. 9 with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, I would imagine Netanyahu’s main concern will be to find out exactly what the U.S. more »»

Stalker provides alarming warning

October 22, 2015 “I am a potential mass shooter. ...” That chilling line was written to me by my on-again, off-again cyber-stalker. more »»

New history on Reagan’s ‘Last Act’

October 21, 2015 Craig Shirley has already written two terrific history books about Ronald Reagan, chronicling the 1976 and 1980 presidential campaigns. more »»

Clinton owes GOP gratitude

October 21, 2015 WASHINGTON — With the latest poll numbers tallied and political pundits having spoken, a consensus has emerged: Hillary Clinton won the first Democratic debate and, barring a Benghazi pinata... more »»

Hollywood can’t handle the truth

October 16, 2015 There are many things that real people do to become the subject of sympathetic movies. Make a flawless emergency landing in the Hudson River with a disabled passenger jet full of passenger. more »»

For GOP, things could get worse

October 16, 2015 Yes, the House Republican conference is stunned and confused after the withdrawal of Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., from the speaker’s race. more »»

Poverty numbers crying shame

October 15, 2015 With no prompting, the stranger standing next to you in line will volunteer, after checking his pedometer, how many steps he has already taken today, as well as how many miles per gallon his hybrid... more »»

 
 
 

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