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Black Robed Bandits Strike Again

The outcome was as predictable as the ending to a Hallmark Christmas movie.  The Supreme “Court” of Pennsylvania ruled against...

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Rachel Levine's Retrospective Confabulation

It was October of 1982 when then U.S. Senator H. John Heinz, III was defending his seat against Democratic challenger...

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Tom Wolf is No Longer Relevant

On August 7, 1974 Pennsylvania’s senior U.S. Senator Hugh Scott along with Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona and John Rhodes,...

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Astronauts, Riots & Pandemics: 2020 vs. 1969

Editor’s note: A version of this article first appeared at National Catholic Register. In July 1969, three American astronauts landed on the...

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Pennsylvania's Nursing Home COVID-19 Scandal

(This article first appeared in the American Spectator.) By Paul G.  Kenor Americans are well aware of the nursing home...

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This Memorial Day Talk to a WWII Vet -- If You Can Find One

Every year I attend the annual Memorial Day parade in Mercer, Pennsylvania. It’s pure Americana: rotary club, high-school bands, snow-cone...

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Wolf Weaponizes Deep State Bureaucracy

On a crystal clear May morning across the Susquehanna River from a gleaming state Capitol building a podium adorned with...

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Leadership: The Limits of Optimism

One of the many effects of the COVID-19 shutdown for me has been many more hours spent on my computer...

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