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Local legislators challenge Wolf

October 1, 2015 Editor’s note:?The following was written by state Rep. Judy Ward, R-Hollidaysburg, state Rep. John McGinnis, R-Altoona, and state Senator John H. Eichelberger Jr., R-Blair. more »»

‘People’s pope’ leaves message for a lifetime

September 29, 2015 His Holiness Pope Francis left Washington, D.C., and this town was, at least momentarily, transformed with excitement, positivity, hope, even joy. more »»

‘Clock boy’ and PC tendencies

September 29, 2015 A Muslim 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed recently made national news after being detained by police for bringing a deconstructed clock to his Texas school. The clock, to inexpert eyes, looked like a bom. more »»

Do remote bosses cause inequality?

September 22, 2015 Could there be a reason for the widening pay gap that’s not exactly economic? There could be. The employment rate has fallen to a very low 5.1 percent. more »»

Media are obsessed with Trump

September 22, 2015 CNN gathered together all of the Republican presidential candidates at the Reagan Library for a highly touted debate and could hardly think to ask them about anything except Donald Trump. more »»

US should help Thailand push for civilian rule

September 21, 2015 When Thailand’s generals seized power in a coup d’etat against an elected government last year, it looked as if they intended to hand it back to elected civilians quickl. more »»

Mission to reform lives behind bars

September 21, 2015 CLEVELAND — About a mile from where the Cleveland Indians test their fans’ patience, there is a facility that expresses Ohio’s attempt to temper justice with patience. more »»

Opportunity versus outcomes

September 21, 2015 A hostile review of my new book — “Wealth, Poverty and Politics” — said, “there is apparently no level of inequality of income or opportunity that Thomas Sowell would consider unacceptable. more »»

Drivers need to be cautious; deer crossing

September 18, 2015 A deer dashing across an open meadow is a picture of grace and beauty. Those spindly legs at once project both power and frailty. more »»

Philly gets ready for the Pope

September 16, 2015 “He’s accessible. more »»

Newcomers cause issues for GOP

September 16, 2015 The key to understanding the 2016 Republican presidential primary process is recognizing how completely the GOP establishment has lost touch with reality. more »»

Parents, not gadgets, need to be teaching

September 15, 2015 It had to be a joke, a parody, I thought while reading of a new electronic gadget claiming to entice children to eat vegetables by rewarding them with video games. I’ve been taken in by less. more »»

Ethics law in Pennsylvania long overdue

September 14, 2015 Had James H. Short Jr. more »»

Climate fear puts Obama on thin ice

September 14, 2015 President Barack Obama hiked to Exit Glacier in Alaska with photographers in tow earlier this month, to send the world a message. The glacier is melting. more »»

Overdue voting option embraced

September 14, 2015 Who registers to vote during the “dog days” of August? Almost 5,000 Pennsylvanians, that’s who. As of Sept. more »»

Victims need to be shown some priority

September 12, 2015 If you need any more reason to wonder why the victims of crime in Pennsylvania scratch their head regarding the state’s restitution policies, consider the following: the Victim’s Witness Services... more »»

Generosity still has its downside

September 11, 2015 WASHINGTON — At first, the pictures from the borders of the Mediterranean Sea are nothing but heartbreaking. more »»

Rebranded Hillary just more of same

September 11, 2015 What if this is as good as it gets? You have to wonder if that’s what Hillary Clinton’s handlers are saying to each other right about now. more »»

State needs new pension plan

September 9, 2015 It would swap deep cuts in public employees’ retirement security for $300 million more to partially restore K-12 education funding eliminated from former Gov. Tom Corbett’s 2011-12 budget. more »»

Rail authority fulfilling mission

September 8, 2015 For over 30 years, the SEDA-COG Joint Rail Authority (JRA) has been a self-sustaining engine of economic development for central Pennsylvania. more »»

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