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Charities, cities at odds over constitutional amendment

February 1, 2015 HARRISBURG — In just a few months, state voters could find themselves picking sides in a long-running dispute about who decides which charities should be exempt from taxes, a decision with... more »»

Municipal pensions: The rest of the (untold) story…

February 1, 2015 Make no mistake: Pennsylvania is in the midst of a public pension crisis. more »»

Pa. Society of News Editors issues statement on Office of Open Records dispute

February 1, 2015 The Pennsylvania Society of News Editors is disappointed in Gov. Tom Wolf’s attempt to dismiss the executive director of the Office of Open Records. more »»

A political case of ‘ready, fire, aim’

February 1, 2015 Let’s pause for a moment and imagine what would have happened if, two days after taking office, Tom Corbett summarily dismissed the state’s director of the Office of Open Records and replaced her... more »»

State’s U.S. senators flip between majority, minority

January 25, 2015 HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s two U.S. more »»

The real situation in Afghanistan

January 25, 2015 The terrorist ordeals in Paris have certainly captured the attention of the world, and rightfully so. more »»

Apologies for Terrorists

January 25, 2015 It is starting already. After the butchering in Paris, the talking heads are at it. The military attack by the Soldiers of Islam on the free Western Press is condemned worldwide as reprehensible. more »»

Openings on top state court draw interest

January 18, 2015 HARRISBURG, P. more »»

Wolf's multi-million dollar conflict of interest

January 18, 2015 Governor-elect Tom Wolf has come out of the gate leading a charge for ethics reform in government, but his own glaring conflict of interest leaves a cloud over his high-minded effort. more »»

Plans for Wolf’s inauguration taking shape

January 11, 2015 HARRISBURG — Organizers of Democratic Go. more »»

State paycheck protection deserved

January 11, 2015 For the past fourteen years, I’ve taught high school English in an Adams County public school, but I’m not just a teacher — I’m also a parent. more »»

Looking back can help us move forward

January 11, 2015 When legislators gather in Harrisburg to begin the 2015-16 session, they will face a structural budget deficit of well over $2 billion. This is a point Go. more »»

GOP draws lines as Wolf focuses on huge deficit

January 4, 2015 HARRISBURG — With Democratic Gov. more »»

2015: Challenge amid change in the Keystone State

January 4, 2015 In 2014, Pennsylvania selected a new governor, rejected an old governor, and voted decisively to be indecisive about which party should control state government - overwhelmingly handing the executiv... more »»

Mrs. Obama’s tall tales of racialized victimhood

December 29, 2014 Oh, woe is she. In an “exclusive” interview with People magazine recently, first lady Michelle Obama lamented the “sting” of “racist experiences” that she and her husband allegedly still suffer. more »»

Governor-elect Wolf pays his way

December 28, 2014 HARRISBURG –Tom Wolf, who promised in his election campaign to be “a different kind of governor” for Pennsylvania, is raising some eyebrows as he begins to demonstrate what that means. more »»

Can’t wait for my Cuban cigars

December 28, 2014 My grandfather was a socialist, and my father a right-wing Republican; but one thing they agreed upon was the need for Cuban cigars. more »»

We get the government that we deserve

December 28, 2014 Recently Congress passed a $1.01 trillion spending package -- less than 72 hours after the 1,603-page bill was released and less than three hours before government funding was set to expire. more »»



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