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  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The Thursday Five.

     
    Without Preamble Or Pretension ... ... here's the Top Five Stories making news on this 7th day of July, 2011. 1. As has been detailed elsewhere, Gov. Tom Corbett didn't do too badly when it came to nailing down a......
  • Why Does GQ Magazine Hate Pennsylvania?

     
    OK, So There's Not A Scrap ... ... of political gossip here, but we pass along this bit of news for you to do with what you will. Men's magazine GQ has ruled Penn State University the the second -most......
  • State Democrats Tee Off On Corbett Advert.

     
    Pennsylvania Democrats ... ... are having a field day with a television commercial featuring Gov. Tom Corbett that encourages older Pennsylvanians to prepare for emergencies. The clip, airing on broadcast TV during high-traffic time slots, touts the...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Letting The Dice Roll On Small Games Of Chance.

     
    Happy Friday, Fellow Seekers. We'll ease into the weekend with the news that Pennsylvania's taverns and private clubs are betting that the timing will be right this fall to finally expand a 23-year-old state law governing small games of chance......
  • Report: Corbett To Name Bill Ryan As Gaming Board Chairman.

     
    From The AP: "A top official at the state attorney general's office is expected to be named by Gov. Tom Corbett to become the new chairman of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, two people familiar with the matter told The......
  • Wider Northeast Extension is coming our way

     
    Darlene Ebner of Whitehall Township emailed a while ago with this query: "My question concerns the work I see happening on the PA Turnpike north of the Mid-County interchange almost to Lansdale. On both sides of the highway, it appears crews are...
  • Politicians viewed unfavorably statewide

     
    While we've been out on the road following Pat Toomey on his town hall tour, we didn't get a chance to bring you the news of the Franklin & Marshall poll released Thursday. Thankfully, our bloggy brother, Capitol Ideas, has......
  • Jobs, Economy Top New Franklin & Marshall Poll.

     
    With the economy still in a slump and Washington in gridlock over what to do about it, pocketbook issues and personal finances top the list of voter concerns as Pennsylvanians head into the Labor Day weekend. A clear majority of......
  • Former Speaker John Perzel Pleads Guilty To Eight Corruption Counts.

     
    For decades, former state House Speaker John M. Perzel had a ringside seat on the most momentous decisions made in state government. And as a condition of a plea agreement he entered into Wednesday as part of the wide-ranging public......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Orie Faces New Charges, Allentown's Pawlowski Tests The Statewide Waters.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Since we know that most of you already have one eye on the long weekend ahead, we'll dispense with the usual formalities and just jump right into the rest and the best of the day's......
  • Rendell: Drillers Have Hurt Their Own Public Image With Tax Opposition.

     
    Pennsylvania's Former Governor ... ... was in Philadelphia yesterday for this week's big Marcellus Shale conference. And while there, he probably guaranteed that he won't get invited to next year's super-bitchin' Range Resources Super Bowl Party -- if...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Obama Supportive Of Providing Federal Disaster Aid.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With the waters of the Susquehanna receding, it's time to turn our attentions to what comes next -- the clean-up. Gov. Tom Corbett's office says the Obama administration is "very supporrtive" of providing federal...