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Anglers could be on the hook for state public pension costs

September 10, 2015 By ANDREW STAUB It’s no big fish story: Pennsylvania’s growing public pension obligations could soon hook anglers across the state. more »»

Why don’t we try staying at home?

September 10, 2015 Generals have marked their operations by putting pins on wall maps of the world. more »»

Quick ... Someone get a ladder!

September 9, 2015 By RALPH DOTTERER JR. Twice I’ve had the opportunity to serve with area residents on a jury in Clinton County cour. more »»

No approved budget? Then no pay, Pennsylvania senator says

September 9, 2015 By ANDREW STAUB State Sen. Rob Teplitz hasn’t taken a paycheck since June, and he thinks it’s time other lawmakers and state officials do the sam. more »»

Approaching federal health care law tax is not just a levy on luxury

September 9, 2015 By RICARDO ZALDIVAR Associated Press The last major piece of President Barack Obama’s health care law could raise costs for thrifty consumers as well as large corporations and union members when it... more »»

Labor Day Message 2015

September 7, 2015 This Labor Day, we recognize the incredible achievements of America’s working people and celebrate all those who make our country run. more »»

The debate over Pa.’s public employee pensions

September 7, 2015 Recently, Pennsylvania Republican legislative leadership proposed a “take it or leave it deal” in the midst of the budget stalemate. more »»

Police lives matter, too

September 4, 2015 By John Kass American Voices The killing of Fox Lake, Illinois, police Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz had nothing to do with our hashtag politics about which lives matter. more »»

Innocents online with Ashley Madison

September 3, 2015 To the thousands who've been outed as users of the Ashley Madison adultery website: You deserve sympathy. more »»

Bill would end ethanol-gas blending in Pa.

September 3, 2015 By JASON GOTTESMAN A bill making its way through the General Assembly would end the state requirement for ethanol blending with gasoline. more »»

Budget travesty: State officials need to share in the pain

September 3, 2015 Pennsylvania has gone 63 days without a budget for state operations. more »»

Sending your children off to safe spaces

September 2, 2015 By ROBERT J. more »»

How liberal is Tom Wolf?

September 2, 2015 Recently the Huffington Post published a list of the most liberal governors in the nation compiled by the website Inside Government. more »»

Ensuring a free and open internet

September 1, 2015 By Ed Feulner There aren’t many things we can take for granted these days, but some things really feel as though they should be a given. A free and open Internet, for example. more »»

Move to suspend Kane’s law license could spark fight

August 31, 2015 By MARC LEVY Associated Press HARRISBURG — With Attorney General Kathleen Kane battling criminal charges and increasingly isolated from Pennsylvania’s legal and law enforcement communities, many eye... more »»

Food stamps: An unappetizing trend

August 31, 2015 By ED FEULNER Good news: The number of Americans using food stamps in 2014 declined slightly from the previous yea. more »»

Minimum-wage debate heats up

August 31, 2015 By MOLLY DUERIG Cori Shetter is a college graduate and aspiring actress who’s worked minimum-wage jobs for 15 years. “It’s like swinging from Tarzan vine to Tarzan vine. more »»

Bible digest

August 31, 2015 “This is my commandment, That you love one another, as I have loved you.” (John 15:12 AKJV) We need to take to heart this command from Jesus. more »»

Remember Alison Parker and Adam Ward ... not the killer

August 29, 2015 WDBJ-TV Virginia television reporters Alison Parker and Adam Ward were executed while doing their jobs. They were good people who were successful at what they did and loved their work. more »»



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