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Maybe those delirious crowds chanting “USA, USA” have got something. When it comes to military power, the United States reigns supreme. Newsweek reported in March: “The United … more
As the mother of a child with epilepsy, I am well aware of the importance of having good health insurance. Without it, my family may not be able to access the medications that my daughter needs to … more
What if you could be fired from your job for refusing to give part of your paycheck to a private, political organization? It sounds far-fetched. After all, this is America, where the Constitution … more
Is there anything more cliché yet warmly fulfilling than looking back at year’s end and considering all that’s transpired over the last 12 months? Hardly, I’d think, … more
There are many obligations elected officials must meet when serving their constituents. The most basic is to listen and learn exactly what people want from their government, and then make every effort to provide it. more
Last week’s tragedy at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis hit close to home for me and two of my colleagues. Brad Simpson, chief financial officer for the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association, … more
By Joe SukleWhen Middletown Borough chooses to spend dollars outside the community, it makes bad business sense. more
After a productive 2017-2018 session, I’m optimistic about 2019. Last session, I advanced a host of initiatives — including the breaking of a logjam on how election lines would be … more
What are your “great expectations” for 2019? I am talking about your resolutions or plans, although I write it this way because I think we have power to make things happen if we set our … more
It was an evening set aside to express admiration and thanks. A respectful crowd offered tribute to former Middletown Mayor Bob Reid on Thursday, Jan. 16 at the Rescue Hose Company’s Social Club. It was a gathering of family, friends and … more
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