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In his fourth budget address, Gov. Tom Wolf challenged lawmakers to write “a story about a brighter future we can build together.” Nice rhetoric, but the truth is, the strides … more
What’s in it for Middletown to have Penn State Harrisburg here, and what’s in it for Penn State to have a campus in our area? Those aren’t actually mutually exclusive answers. … more
Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that Facebook would begin prioritizing high-quality news on the social network by allowing its users to rank news sources that they see as the most credible and … more
The outcry to change how Pennsylvania draws congressional and General Assembly district maps began soon after the 2016 presidential election. Redistricting reform has long been a goal of mine. As … more
As people of faith, we cannot ignore the growing heroin and opioid crisis that engulfs our nation. The statistics are sobering. In 2016, Pennsylvania coroners and medical examiners reported more … more
Ice-breaker games can range from creative to downright painful. Perhaps one of the most popular — and enjoyable — is the classic “Two Truths and a Lie.” In it, … more
Imagine an ordinary parking space. Now add walls and a ceiling made of thick concrete, closed off by a solid steel door. The lights are always on, so it’s never dark. You eat there, you sleep … more
Chain migration is a problem. We have immigration laws in this country for two basic reasons: to preserve American jobs and protect national security. Chain migration undermines both of these … more
Since my first experience with map drawing back in 2001, it was apparent that partisanship plays too large a role in our redistricting effort. The recent decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court … more
Trade policy is front and center in world politics but that won’t stop a trade war. The World Economic Forum met recently in Davos, Switzerland. The United States has just invoked the WTO … more
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