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Come one, come all. Come with an open mind. It's time for you selfish conservatives, liberals and moderates to swallow your pride and throw your parties' traditional “beliefs” to the curb. Our country has a serious problem on our hands. … more
Donald Trump and James E. Miller, right, backstage at FreedomFest in Las Vegas. "Don't ask how I got there,'' Miller said.   Rick Perry, the presidential aspirant and former Texas governor, recently bellowed this about Donald Trump at a … more
Friday was a day like most. I came into Middletown on Route 441. I wanted to see the progression of the new senior high school. It’s amazing how such a high tech building all comes together. Designed and built by people much smarter than me. … more
Last summer we never got the boat out of the yard and onto the Susquehanna River. Several reasons contributed to our situation. First, my son Dan, who is my very best fishing partner, became a father for the third time in April, which limited … more
  I bought a gallon of orangeade yesterday. At Turkey Hill. Got home, took a swig right from the jug, male pig that I am. Couldn’t wait for a glass. I was immediately transported to my summer days of the early 1960s. Summers … more
  Openness, transparency and accountability are key elements of my “Promise to Pennsylvania” – and words that sometimes echo through the halls of the Capitol. However, these words apparently have no meaning when it comes to … more
George Bernard Shaw once quipped, “Youth is wasted on the young.” I was born and raised in “Our Town” – Middletown. For the most part, I lived and worked here my entire life. It’s not what I expected. It just happened. Most things in … more
As a result of the transportation funding legislation (Act 89 of 2013) signed into law last year, Gov. Tom Corbett recently announced 39 rail freight improvement projects that will help sustain nearly 34,000 jobs across Pennsylvania. These projects … more
A short time ago, I wrote a column about the hostility and animosity in Middletown. I didn’t think it would have much impact – just one column by one person. But I guess I thought – hoped – that something might kick in and make sense to … more
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
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