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It's not yet time to sound alarms on prison overcrowding

April 7, 2013 By ERIC LINHARDT As we discuss the local prison crowding issue, it is important to keep things in perspective. For the first four months of 2012 no inmates were transferred to out of county prisons. more »»

President Obama in Fantasyland

April 7, 2013 By CLIFFORD RIEDERS The Charmer-in-Chief can sense the sweet smell of success. more »»

Tension creates 'anti-honeymoon' for Corbett, Kane

February 24, 2013 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Call it the anti-honeymoon. The interaction between midterm Gov. more »»

Syria is awash in blood

February 24, 2013 By CLIFF RIEDERS What is the United States to do about the massacre occurring in Syria? John McCain has publicly accused President Obama of incompetence. more »»

Lawmakers must resist special interest raid on funding

February 17, 2013 By NATHAN A. BENEFIELD Most Pennsylvanians probably weren't aware – or don't care – that Governor Corbett delivered his 2013-14 budget proposal this week. more »»

Corbett's budget stands with taxpayers

February 17, 2013 By MATTHEW J. BROUILLETTE Gov. Tom Corbett has chosen to prioritize government spending and protect taxpayers from future pension manipulations and unaffordable Medicaid costs. We commend Gov. more »»

Liquor proposal delivers convenience

February 10, 2013 By THE COMMONWEALTH FOUNDATION Governor Tom Corbett's liquor privatization plan would bring Pennsylvania into the 21st Century. The Commonwealth Foundation applauds Go. more »»

Scouting on the Front Page

February 10, 2013 By WILLIAM R. CARLUCCI It is my privilege to serve as the volunteer President of the Susquehanna Council, Boy Scouts of Americ. more »»

Support of transportation funding key to county business, competitiveness, job creation

February 3, 2013 By VINCE MATTEO As Governor Corbett launches the effort to address Pennsylvania’s transportation funding shortfall, he does so with strong support of the business community. more »»

Handouts hurt poor, help up a better way

January 6, 2013 By D. ERIC SCHANSBERG and CHARLES MITCHELL The holidays are a great time to be grateful for the gifts we've received. more »»

Guns, missiles and culture

January 6, 2013 By CLIFFORD A. RIEDERS My wife, Kim, and I just returned from visiting our two children in Israel who are in school there, Kaila and Joshua. more »»

The Spirit of Giving

December 30, 2012 By SCOTT LOWERY During a recent visit to the eye doctor for the yearly checkup, I was asked, “Does the United Way do anything special for folks at Christmas time?” Before I could answer’ another... more »»

Easy way for towns to save big money

December 23, 2012 By GERALD CROSS Counties, boroughs, townships and school districts, many of which are scrambling to lower costs in the face of rising expenses to avoid tax increases or reduced services, can... more »»

Farming the fiscal cliff

December 9, 2012 By CARL SHAFFER Pennsylvania farmers could face a troubling future if several crucial issues related to the “Fiscal Cliff” are not resolved by Congress before the end of the year. more »»

PLCB should not pass go

December 2, 2012 By JAY D. OSTRICH Growing up in Pennsylvania, we enjoyed playing games over the holidays and none more than Monopoly. more »»

The politics of hurricane season

September 9, 2012 Hurricane season is upon us with all the attendant fears of property damage and potential loss of life. Recently I had the pleasure of spending a few days in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. more »»

The Biden dilemma

August 27, 2012 By DAN BEGLEY The Democrats are missing out on a great campaign opportunity to capitalize on the logo they hold so dear. more »»

President Obama, the Hollow Man

August 12, 2012 By DAN BEGLEY It may come to pass that we find out that Barack, Obama aka Berry Soetoro, isn’t who he says he is, or isn’t. more »»

Is this politics as usual?

August 12, 2012 By CLIFF RIEDERS The presidential campaign is heating up with the usual mud being slung. more »»



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