The ugliness has reached the airwaves in Central Pennsylvania in the form of campaign commercials. We’ve come to expect Political Action Committees (PACs) that technically are not affiliated with a specific candidate to air misleading and unfounded ads, and we are now seeing those broadcast on local television.
Under those circumstances, the following conversation is neither a pure fantasy nor, of greater importance, a concession to some misogynistic trope that women are incapable of getting the job done. While contemplating this hypothetical exchange troubles us greatly as it once again asks women to wait in line, does it not conceivably provide us with a virtual certainty come November and a true national hero to assist the Executive branch in restoring dignity and competence to a severely damaged Presidency.
Pennsylvania's state liquor stores remained closed for much of the COVID-19 emergency, raising the privatization debate again.
With polls showing Joe Biden with leads in key battleground states, here's some more bad news for Trump in a state he badly needs to carry in 2020.
There is a direct tie between funding public services and pandemic recovery. Passing the HEROES Act benefits our citizens and our local economies.
For those people who believe our public schools are profiting from the pandemic, a potential train wreck of public education is a good thing.
The moment demanded action. Lawmakers rose to the challenge. But the work is never over. The real challenge of dismantling systemic racism still lies ahead.
By John MessederAt the site of a battle that became the beginning of the end of a war to decide whether any men should be allowed to own other human beings, we still...
Pennsylvania hasn't raised its $7.25 an hour minimum wage in 13 years. If we mean what we say about essential workers, it's past time to raise it.
In one deranged press release, Metcalfe gets everything wrong about mask-wearing | Wednesday Morning...
In one dangerous press release, Rep. Daryl Metcalfe tries to undermine the public health benefit of wearing a mask. He's wrong. But he's hardly alone.