Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Newspaper contacts | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 
Hypocrisy at the Olympic Games

August 21, 2016 The Olympic Games just ended and hypocrisy took full control. It is almost unimaginable, but Lebanese athletes would not ride on a bus with Israeli athletes. more »»

State government is killing my business

August 21, 2016 In 2013, after planning and saving for a year and a half, I opened my first business, Fat Cat Vapor Shop in Montoursville. more »»

Is there a reason to vote for Trump?

August 14, 2016 Predicting is a dangerous activity, especially in the Age of Uncertainty. more »»

The devil and the deep blue sea

August 7, 2016 Historically Americans have complained that elections offer little real choice between presidential candidates or policie. more »»

Unbalanced budget shows need for long-term reforms

August 7, 2016 If you had to get a loan to pay your bills, would you say your family budget is balanced? Or even consider yourself in good financial shape? Sadly, that’s exactly what lawmakers and Governor Wolf di... more »»

Wolf secures budget peace, not campaign promises

July 24, 2016 HARRISBURG — The House of Representatives had just finished voting the final pieces into place for Pennsylvania’s 2016-17 budget package, and Majority Leader Dave Reed walked next door in the... more »»

Third time not charm in Comey-Clinton saga

July 24, 2016 When James Comey announced his decision not to recommend the prosecution of Hillary Clinton for the misuse of classified information, it was not his first investigation of Clinton that ended without... more »»

The Unpopular Vote

July 10, 2016 What matters in a presidential election, and what will matter in the 2016 election? This simple question has produced a virtual cornucopia of theories, suppositions and hypothesis, all developed to... more »»

Trump’s keys to the Keystone State

July 3, 2016 Two questions dominate all others as the fall presidential campaign begins in Pennsylvania. more »»

Harrisburg should curb waste, not fund it

June 26, 2016 What do waking up, driving to work, and stopping at Starbucks have in common? Each of these seemingly mundane activities is impacted by state taxes. more »»

Teachers’ conference with Donald’s parents

June 26, 2016 School officials were having problems with 12-year-old Donald. So several of his teachers and the principal had a sit-down with his parents that went something like this: Principal: "Mr. and Mrs. more »»

Democrats take leap of faith into budget talks

June 22, 2016 HARRISBURG — It’s the big head-scratcher in the Pennsylvania Capitol. more »»

Taxpayer plan would cut state government spending

June 19, 2016 As we head into the heart of another budget season, taxpayers are anxious to see if Harrisburg will finally end the practices of status-quo governing. more »»

The gutting of rural Pennsylvania

June 19, 2016 How would you feel if somebody moved into your house, sectioned-off half of your rooms and refused to pay rent? Then he welcomed his friends, took over another room or two, and started selling off... more »»

A third party – would it matter?

June 12, 2016 Billionaire, ex-New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg flirted with one. more »»

Waging war against the opioid epidemic

May 29, 2016 Families, friends, neighbors, communities – these are the people being torn apart by the devastating opioid epidemic in the United States. Nearly 130 people die every day from a drug overdose. more »»

The case for Hillary: Flawed but ‘likeable enough’

May 29, 2016 If deep down, some folks simply do not like Hillary Clinton on a personal level, there is nothing anyone can say to get them to consider her qualifications for president fairly...period. more »»

The GOP’s real dilemma

May 29, 2016 What has happened to the GOP – and what should be done about it? Clearly the party is on the precipice of a disaster. But it’s a precipice familiar in the history of American political parties. more »»

Establishing a future for fishing and boating in Pennsylvania

May 15, 2016 As a Commissioner for the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC), I take particular pride in the incredible water resources and recreational opportunities that abound here in Northcentral... more »»

School funding may be budget flashpoint again

May 15, 2016 HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s school funding could once again become a contentious point in fledgling state budget talks after a fight over how school funding helped drive this past year’s historic... more »»

 
 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web