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A friend recently asked me, “Why has Jeffrey Epstein become the Harambe of 2019?” It’s a good question. There’s been a spike in “Epstein didn’t kill … more
It’s a lovely family reunion. Dad and Mom — now Grandpa and Grandma — sit facing their kids, and their kids’ kids, reminiscing about old times and laughing about the trials of … more
Pop the champagne! Open the caviar! The black, not the red, please. I celebrated two anniversaries in October. First was my (our) 14th wedding anniversary. Olga and I were married in Chisinau … more
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi just proposed one of the most ambitious healthcare reforms since the Affordable Care Act. She hopes her plan, the Lower Drug Costs Now Act, will reduce the “out of … more
In previous columns, I’ve talked about my love of learning new things. Well, a course I took in early October reflects an idea I have for my retirement. The class is Basic Mediation … more
Pennsylvania’s final watershed implementation plan to clean up the state’s portion of the Chesapeake Bay watershed and meet its commitments under the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint by … more
I get accused of “being over the top” and using hyperbole by conservative friends and acquaintances with increasing frequency. This is caused, in large part, by me being a vocal and … more
Since Nancy Pelosi became House speaker in 2007, Republicans have spent an incredible amount of time and energy pushing back against her progressive policy proposals. That’s why it’s odd … more
In the more than 25 years since the United States, Mexico and Canada struck the first North American trade deal, the North American Free Trade Agreement, manufacturing output in the United States has … more
Football is a very popular sport for the Middletown Area School District, and rightfully so. Football is a popular sport across the United States. The NFL has risen to the top of all the … more
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