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Pennsylvanians across the commonwealth are starting to receive direct mail and see headlines about the nuclear industry and its stated need for a bailout to keep its plants open. House Bill 11 was … more
My moniker for this president is Desperate Donald. Now, the Mueller report shows the moniker is a good one: It tells us that Trump went bonkers, fearing Mueller’s appointment spelled “the … more
I know I’ve talked about research in a variety of ways previously. I’m talking about research again in this column because we are celebrating Research Week at Penn State Harrisburg from … more
Following years of Medicaid funding cuts from state government, not-for-profit nursing home providers across Pennsylvania are being forced to make incredibly difficult decisions. Can we hire more … more
“You can’t trust anybody or anything anymore.” Johnny Whitmire’s lament, equal parts helpless and hopeless, was shared with The Atlantic back in 2012. During the febrile … more
Once upon a time there was a tidy sum of money in the Kingdom of Middle. Then somebody discovered that it was missing. But wait. The aristocrats had no idea what happened to the paltry sum of … more
Families … you’ve got to love them, right? Well, maybe ... I grew up in a large (by today’s standards) family with five kids. In birth order, there was my older sister, then my … more
Donald Trump says “America will never be a socialist country.” Too late. We already have socialism for the rich, with the nuclear power industry as a prime example. On a level … more
I strongly urge state legislators to support legislation being introduced in the Senate and House that would add nuclear energy as a qualifying resource to Pennsylvania’s Alternative Energy … more
Freedom of the press should never be taken for granted. As we celebrate Sunshine Week, a national initiative designed to educate the public about the importance of open government and the dangers of … more
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