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A Millennial Perspective on Roe v. Wade

Jessica Resuta is a young woman with a clear talent for holding and engaging the interest of an audience with her captivating speaking style. She is a promising member of the Class of '17–students who have never known a time when abortion was not legal.

And ...

Posted on 30 December 2016 Keep Reading...

Right to Work and the Recent Election

At the time of the presidential election in November there were 26 states with a right to work (RTW) law in place. Three states had recently joined the RTW ranks in the years since the 2012 presidential election: Michigan in 2013, Wisconsin in 2015 and West Virginia in February of 2016. Prior to ...

Posted on 29 December 2016 Keep Reading...

PA Turnpike Tolls Going Up

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Motorists will soon see higher prices when paying to travel the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Turnpike tolls will increase by 6 percent after midnight on Jan. 7, 2017, a price jump largely attributed to the cost ...

Posted on 27 December 2016 Keep Reading...

Still Stuck on Divided

It was a half century ago, 1968, when Richard Nixon popularized the slogan "Bring Us Together" during his presidential campaign.

He didn't get close to bringing about that unity but instead burglarized his opposition and unceremoniously ended his time in ...

Posted on 27 December 2016 Keep Reading...

Whatever Happened to Family Friendly News?

It seemed like a good idea. Prepare a national news broadcast that parents can watch with their children without fear of trauma, nightmares, or lewdness. If I can watch the news with my children, then I have a natural opportunity to discuss issues and problems of the day, encouraging my children to ...

Posted on 22 December 2016 Keep Reading...

Joseph's Story

It was quiet in the stable now. The only people left were his wife, his son, and himself. The baby had been calm while people came and went, but now he was getting fussy. His wife was resting, so he picked the Child up and began walking back and forth.

It had ...

Posted on 22 December 2016 Keep Reading...

More Problems for Democrats

In 2018, Republicans are well-positioned to win a filibuster-proof Senate majority.

The incoming 115th Congress will seat fifty-two Republican senators and forty-six Democrats. Two Independents caucus with the Democrats.
Thirty-three Senate seats will be ...

Posted on 21 December 2016 Keep Reading...

Keep, Reform Electoral College

On Monday, the Electoral College was convened and performed its sole Constitutional duty: it officially elected Donald Trump as President. For the fifth time in our national history, a candidate for President won the necessary number of Electoral College votes while losing the popular vote. This ...

Posted on 21 December 2016 Keep Reading...

Remembering John Glenn

The man for whom I was named has died. John Glenn, the last of the Mercury astronauts, died on December 9 at age 95. Five decades ago he was launched atop a refurbished Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile that had originally been designed to hurl hydrogen bombs at the Soviet Union. The Soviets ...

Posted on 21 December 2016 Keep Reading...

PA Population Drops First Time in 31 Years

Thousands Leave for Friendlier Tax Climates

December 21, 2016, HARRISBURG, Pa.– For the first time since 1985, Pennsylvania's total population declined last year, falling by more than 7,600, according to new data from the Census Bureau. In state-to-state ...

Posted on 21 December 2016 Keep Reading...

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