My 9/11 prayer: The lessons we can learn from the great silence | Friday Morning Coffee
We squandered the opportunities of 20 years ago. We still might in the pandemic. It's not too late
Ex-Gov. Rendell on Biden’s infrastructure plan: ‘Doing nothing is not an option’ | Thursday Morning Coffee
Pennsylvania's ex-Deal-Maker-In-Chief sees a way to get to yes with Republicans on Joe Biden's $2T infrastructure plan.
‘A once in a generation investment’: In Pgh., Biden unveils $2T infrastructure package; creating millions of jobs
Biden pledged to deliver a robust and ambitious program: "People will look back in 50 years and say this is the moment where America won the future," he said.
She’s a hunter from rural Pa. who supports gun reform. Will lawmakers finally listen? | Wednesday Morning Coffee
This time, advocates are calling in Pennsylvanians who speak Republicans' language on gun reform. Will it work?
Toomey, Rendell’s call for term limits won’t fix our politics. These two moves will | Thursday Morning Coffee
Toomey, Rendell pitch term limits as a cure for our politics. It'll really take structural changes that neither would willingly embrace.
The voters have spoken. The ACLU needs to drop its Marsy’s Law challenge | Opinion
Pennsylvanians who approved this constitutional amendment last November should continue to make sure the voices of victims are heard.
Elizabeth Warren is a ‘hypocrite’ on campaign cash, ex-Pa. Gov. Ed Rendell charges in Washington Post op-ed
The former Pennsylvania governor's attack on his fellow Democrat briefly made him a trending topic on Twitter ahead of Thursday's Democratic debate.
Who says compromise is dead? In September, two former Pa. governors will try to revive it | John L. Micek
YORK, Pa. — Politics, the Prussian statesman Otto von Bismarck famously said, “is the art of the possible, the attainable — the art of the next best.” Surveying our political landscape these days, it’s all too easy to conclude that our elected leaders can’t even get to the next, next best. Or whatever comes after […]
A former governor supports a bill to aid Pa.’s nuclear industry, but a Senate committee isn’t so sure
Now that it’s been 15 years since he championed Pennsylvania’s clean energy law, Gov. Ed Rendell wishes he could go back in time and change a few things.