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[T]o see the running of the old eels and the young shad to the sea is to have knowledge of things that are as nearly eternal as any earthly life can be. — R. L. Carson Some of the finest … more
Intuition vs. wisdom — what’s the difference? This issue came up during a discussion within the Christian faculty group at Penn State Harrisburg when we were discussing a section of … more
Americans are increasingly leaving their traditional 9-to-5 jobs to work for themselves. Last year, nearly 57 million people performed freelance work — up from 53 million in 2014. The … more
Editor’s note: The following is the transcript of a letter written to Middletown Borough Manager Ken Klinepeter. Nov. 20, 2019 Ken: I feel that the time is right for me to draft this … more
Back in 2003, in a top-secret international phone call, President George W. Bush urged French President Jacques Chirac to join America in invading Iraq on grounds that Christian nations must thwart … more
We may be months away from ending the U.S. military draft, once and for all. After a court ruled that the male-only draft was unconstitutional, a Congress-appointed commission has been studying … more
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
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