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Control freaks are relentless in their quest to stamp out the evil of individual freedom wherever they find it. From compulsory sectarian religion, to book burnings, to Prohibition I (alcohol), to Prohibition II (drugs), to sex, they get their way,...
Since last we took stock of college basketball's waiver wire, players have exited Virginia and Virginia Tech. The Hokies countered with a promising late signee but also lost an assistant coach. Norfolk State said farewell to its accomplished head coach,...
Everyone in the Lehigh Valley who missed the opportunity to break out of cabin fever because of the "postponement" of the 2013 Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show in Harrisburg is about to get a huge sign of spring. The revival of the Lehigh Valley...
Tags: Allentown, National Government, Finance, Fishing, Pittsburgh
Say what you will about the controversial Joe Conti of Doylestown, he sure knows how to land on his feet — this time with a nice now-he's-out and now-he-isn't deal with the state Liquor Control Board. In 2005, then-state Sen. Conti, R-Bucks, had a...
There are things that make California more attractive, in some ways, than Pennsylvania. There is Yosemite, of course, and it's nice to have either an In-N-Out or a sushi joint on just about every block in some areas, such as the San Fernando Valley....
Burp. Where am I, and why are there turkey feathers in my mouth? Oh, that's right. It was Thanksgiving, and I wasn't willing to wait for the oven to get hot. But now that the gorging is over and I've come to my senses (so to speak), here are a few...
The Pittsburgh Steelers, typically the NFL's premier run-stopping team, are tied for 14th in that category this season. They're tied for 29th in sacks with five. Through three games — a win over the New York Jets sandwiched by losses to Denver and...
There was happy news this past week for people concerned about what Marcellus Shale gas drilling might be doing to Pennsylvania's water. "DEP proposes stronger rules for regulating shale industry," said a headline in Tuesday's Pittsburgh Post-Gazette....
“Now is not the time to talk about that.” I wish I had a dollar for every time I have heard those words or similar words or even the lack of words over the last week. With a few exceptions from the usual suspects, that is the political...
Tags: Firearms, Weaponry, Freedom of the Press, Assault, Lobbying
Pennsylvania Ave.We had the honor of moderating, alongside Pennsylvania political reporting greats Tom Fitzgerald of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Jim O'Toole of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Pennsylvania Business Council's Senate Republican primary debate in New...
Pennsylvania Ave.Chuck Schumer lives in New York. Pat Toomey worked in New York in his 20s. And that's about where their similiarities end. But the outspoken, veteran Democrat and the fiscal hawk, freshman Republican teamed up Thursday on a jobs creation......
Capitol IdeasWorking in the Capitol is like working in a museum every day with the paintings, statues, marble, oak and the frosted glass windows that says “Newspaper Correspondents.” It all makes me feel more important than I actually am. So this......
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