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Well, to continue our phenomenal trip to Alaska that I started to describe in my last column: After the first week of driving between Fairbanks and Seward, we boarded a large cruise ship. We were … more
What’s the most significant occurrence so far in the 21st century? Worsening weather calamities caused by global warming? Endless suicide bombings and massacres by religious fanatics in … more
Hello once again. I hope your summer is going well. My summer is zipping right along. Since my last correspondence, we have been doing some traveling and exploring. Our first day trip from Moldova … more
Snap your fingers. Snap them again, again and again. Now, imagine having a fistful of $1,000 bills in your other hand. Under the 2019-2020 General Fund budget, Pennsylvania will spend more than … more
True story: I met my wife at work. Our courtship started when we were putting in long hours at a conservative nonprofit. The office environment was lax and loose despite the expectations, which … more
As your state legislator, I am focused on advocating for the 106th District and securing funding for its economic development, transportation infrastructure and schools. I’m happy to tell … more
More than 40 years ago, I ran a rock radio station, Starview 92.7 FM in Central Pennsylvania. We were the first radio station to offer special midnight movies. These movies included a 1930s … more
You mass media folks lead busy lives, I’m sure. But you must have heard something about nuclear weapons — those supremely destructive devices that, along with climate change, threaten the … more
Well, how was the trip to Alaska, you may ask? It was wonderful. There were so many interesting sites and experiences that I won’t be able to cover it all in one column. I applaud LaVonne … more
Americans plant trees and host community events to promote conservation and sustainability. Those activities are important. But they don’t address one of America’s biggest environmental … more
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