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Washington actually laughs at itself

March 25, 2014 By MARK SHIELDS How unpopular is Washington in the rest of the country? While it’s true that Congress as an institution has never been highly prized by most Americans, many of us continued to hold ... more »»

This lieutenant government race really matters

March 23, 2014 By TERRY MADONNA And MICHAEL YOUNG Normally, primary contests for lieutenant governor are quiet affairs, given little thought by voters and not much more by party leaders. more »»

Defining what a 'closet socialist' is

March 23, 2014 By TIM MANNELLO Libertarians may well be right when they argue that government programs which rely on taxes collected from one group of people to provide services to another is a form of... more »»

GOP feud spills into public at sensitive time

March 16, 2014 By MARC LEVY Associated Press HARRISBURG — The simmering feud between establishment Republicans in Pennsylvania and the party’s wing of anti-establishment conservatives is exploding into the publi... more »»

Public pensions cast long shadow over budget

March 9, 2014 By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press HARRISBURG — A major challenge facing Gov. more »»

Game changer or game over?

March 9, 2014 By TERRY MADONNA And MICHAEL YOUNG Is he a game changer or is his game merely over? After the late entry of Jack Wagner, no question looms larger, at the moment, in the Democratic gubernatorial... more »»

Wagner, Paterno wild cards in top contests

March 2, 2014 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press HARRISBURG — At the 11th hour, two men with better-than-average name recognition jumped into the already jam-packed pools of candidates for the Democratic... more »»

Pennsylvania's evolving governor

March 2, 2014 By G. TERRY MADONNA And MICHAEL L. YOUNG Opponents call it "flip-flopping," but "changing positions” might be a more neutral descriptio. more »»

A budget that speaks to our future

February 23, 2014 By GOV. TOM CORBETT The main message in the state budget I presented last week is that Pennsylvania has turned a corner in its journey to prosperity and is now ready to hit full economic stride. more »»

What's in it for us? Plenty

February 23, 2014 By SEN. E. EUGENE YAW Recently, a letter to the editor appeared in the Williamsport Sun Gazette. more »»

Some congressional primary races heating up

February 16, 2014 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press HARRISBURG — This year’s campaigns for Pennsylvania’s 18 seats in the U.S. more »»

What matters in Pennsylvania in 2014

February 16, 2014 By G. TERRY MADONNA And MICHAEL L. YOUNG Pennsylvania stands at the edge of an historical moment. more »»

Job-seeking woes could shape governor's race

February 9, 2014 By MARC LEVY Associated Press HARRISBURG — It was just a year ago that the size of Pennsylvania’s labor force hit a record high, even though it came with some politically inconvenient news for Go. more »»

Civil rights on the animal farm

February 9, 2014 By CLIFFORD RIEDERS I had not yet made my grand entrance to what used to be called junior high school, when an elementary school teacher assigned the first book report that I was to write. more »»

Corbett budget speech to kick off months of talks

January 19, 2014 By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press HARRISBURG — The annual Harrisburg ritual known as the governor’s budget address is about to bring Pennsylvania’s power elite to the state House chamber for the... more »»

Raising Kane in Pennsylvania

January 19, 2014 By G. TERRY MADONNA And MICHAEL L. more »»

Kane ends 1st year as AG with appeal for cash

January 12, 2014 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press HARRISBURG — As 2013 melted into election year 2014, several of the Democratic candidates for Pennsylvania governor scrambled for position in a crowded field with... more »»

'Tis the season to be thrifty

January 12, 2014 By BOB DICK Know that feeling a month after Christmas when the credit card statement shows you blew your holiday budget? Imagine the pain you’d experience after six consecutive years of spending... more »»

Vacancies to bring change in Legislature

January 5, 2014 By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Legislature’s two-year election cycle circles back around in the coming year, as new district boundaries, a spate of retirements,... more »»

Penn College centennial celebrates unique approach to education

January 5, 2014 By DAVIE JANE GILMOUR The seeds of what would eventually become Pennsylvania College of Technology were sown by a group of forward-thinking educators who launched adult classes in an industrial-art... more »»

 
 

 

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