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724,000,000 good reasons

 $724 million sounds like a lot of money.  But in state government it’s not.  This year it’s the most dangerous number in...

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Hope for the morons

(Heaven, July 1999)  Exhausted, Moses approached the pearly gates wary of his reception.  It was going to be a long night.  Congress was...

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The carnival has left Harrisburg

Summer is carnival season in Pennsylvania.  Those raucous noisy, sometimes cheesy fairs with their rides, sideshows and gimmicky games got their...

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PHILLY VOTERS WANT SCHOOL CHOICE

Pulse Poll finds 72% Support Choice Among Public Schools Harrisburg, PA — A Lincoln Institute APulse Poll conducted in the City...

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Pennsylvania's refugees

From time to time the state has opened its heart to those driven from their native lands but refugees have...

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First love

When I was five-years-old I spent the summer of ‘59 at my grandparents’ home on Selma Street in the West...

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With friends like these

Want a preview of Hell?  Get a road job.  Collecting tolls on the turnpike gets pretty hot,  waving stop-and-go flags at PennDOT highway...

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Symphony of the boroughs

Sunday mornings this time of year in my neighborhood can be noisy. In our small town the houses are close...

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