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Teach them to work

July 29, 2012 By DAN BEGLEY Twenty years ago I was standing in a “stone yard” on the edge of Lake Erie in Northeast Ohio, watching with interest as a big ship slowly powered its way to the dockside. more »»

Don't blame Paterno, Spanier for Penn State fallout

July 29, 2012 By LEE ROBERTS When Louis Freeh read his report to the media and the public, he blamed Penn State University, Joe Paterno, Graham Spanier, Tim Curley and Gary Schultz for not stopping Jerry... more »»

Grab for gold in state budget

July 15, 2012 By NATHAN A. more »»

E-fairness would help retailers survive summer slump

July 15, 2012 By PETER SIDES Many businesses across Pennsylvania are preparing themselves for the usual summer slump. more »»

Beware the propagandists

July 8, 2012 By DAN BEGLEY In the spring of 2011 our family traveled to the United Kingdom to visit relatives living there, taking advantage of the... more »»

Using the presidency as a tool

June 24, 2012 By DAN BEGLEY At great expense to the American taxpayer, Eric Holder has made a long and lucrative career out of being the stooge lawyer of the Democrat Party. more »»

The Great Disconnect

June 24, 2012 By CLIFFORD RIEDERS One of the greatest changes in modern medicine is the patient safety movement. more »»

The struggle to reconcile idealism

June 17, 2012 By KRIS KLOTZ Like many people, I struggle to reconcile the idealism of my moral beliefs and the practical demands of daily life. more »»

Research finds welfare providers getting rich off poor

June 17, 2012 By JAY OSTRICH The Commonwealth Foundation released results from its examination of Pennsylvania welfare fraud, waste and abuse that found many providers taking millions of tax dollars from... more »»

Things are dire, but much can be done to help

June 11, 2012 By THOMAS GENTZEL As the end of the school year approaches, tests are being taken, assignments turned in and graduation ceremonies are plentiful. more »»

Cuts to medical assistance could impact obstetrical care access

June 3, 2012 By DR. RENE RIGAL Nearly half of all births in Pennsylvania are covered by Medicaid (Medical Assistance. more »»

Hysteria wins and consumers lose

May 20, 2012 It was like the old horror movie when a black blob descended from the sky causing people to flee in the city streets. more »»

Key conservation issues to be addressed at forum Wednesday

May 20, 2012 By JOHN ARWAY Here at the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC), we pride ourselves on being transparent and accountable to the anglers and boaters of Pennsylvania. more »»

'Extending the Vision: Reaching Every Victim'

April 22, 2012 By Eric R. Linhardt “I was terrified. I kept thinking, ‘They know who I am. They have my ID. more »»

Congress rewrites the Constitution

April 15, 2012 By CLIFFORD RIEDERS Every school child knows that Congress cannot rewrite the American Constitution. more »»

Trayvon Martin's Rite of Passage

April 9, 2012 By RICHARD JAMES As many of you know, I comment on things that are black. But I don't want to be pigeonholed as a racist or just a "black writer". more »»

Free trade agenda creates dire farmer situation

April 1, 2012 By BRENDA COCHRAN Thank you for Alyssa Murphy’s article (“Dairy herd dwindle,” March 12, issue) which was insightful and deserving of its prominent place on the front page of the paper. more »»

Public schools can do more with less – if we let them

March 25, 2012 By THOMAS J. GENTZEL and MATTHEW J. BROULLIETTE As families across Pennsylvania try to figure out how to do more with less in this difficult economy, our local public schools must also do the sam. more »»

How smart are Democrats?

March 18, 2012 I feel sorry for Liberals and try to avoid them so as to not catch their disease. They tend to give up their own liberties much too easily and too often. more »»

Downtown Williamsport, tiny Clarkstown, and a sense of commnity

March 4, 2012 By ARTHUR STERNGOLD For the past month, a rumor has been spreading that the Lowe's Market and Ben Franklin stores are closing in Clarkstown, an unincorporated village by Muncy. more »»



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