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You can reduce your negative impact on Earth: Susannah Gal

“A tree planted, and with it, us.” That’s how I began a poem I wrote for my then-fiance, Hilton Baxter, when we planted a tree in Rock Creek Park near Washington, D.C. We chose … more

I will happily admit it: I was wrong about Trump’s election chances

When a man is wrong, he admits it. Anything less is cowardly. That said, I admit I called the presidential election wrong. Here in the pages of the Press And Journal, I predicted Hillary Clinton would emerge victorious. I did multiple times, in … more

Having a nice time: Wish you were here?

I’ll bet you are SO happy to finally see weather that is fit for human habitation. I followed the horrific winter of ice, snow, storm after storm, and temperatures that plunged more than Amy Adams’ neckline on the central Pennsylvania television … more

President Trump, don’t confuse obvious facts and opinions: Paul Heise

President Donald Trump says that: “I think one of the greatest of all terms I have come up with is ‘fake.’ ” Is that a confession or a boast? In either event, I love the … more

A walk through Cuenca: Happiness, and no bugs

I just realized: We have been here for 18 months. This city, Cuenca, is really an interesting and beautiful place.   It is an old city in Ecuador that was founded in 1557 and has four rivers flowing through it. There are many small … more

Londonderry Township seeks best outcome for all residents: Ron Kopp

As Londonderry Township supervisors, we work hard for our residents to provide critical, mandated services, while setting taxes at the lowest rate possible.  We do this by taking a creative … more

Look past the liberal hype, because ‘Black Panther’ is one of Marvel’s best: James Miller

I was late seeing “Black Panther,” the latest iteration in Marvel Comics’ cinematic universe. Growing up buying 25-cent comic books at Saturday’s Market has left me fond of … more

MASD students weren’t part of political conspiracy: Tom Mehaffie

Matt Krajsa continues to believe students at Middletown Area School District were pawns in some sort of grand political conspiracy, and he couldn’t be more wrong. Just like at Derry, Lower … more

Incivility is reason I’m leaving council: Anne Einhorn

I have tried over the last four years to be respectful of my constituents and my colleagues. I have restrained myself from commenting on many posts and Facebook discussions that I found … more

O’Reilly will be missed; he bucked partisan ideology: James Miller

The King of Cable has been defenestrated. After much fanfare, Bill O’Reilly has been tipped off his throne at the cable news giant Fox News. The irascible host of the eponymous “Factor,” … more
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