‘A model of integrity’: How Pa. officials reacted to the death of ex-Gov. Richard Thornburgh

BY: - December 31, 2020

Former two-term Pennsylvania Gov. Richard Thornburgh, a Republican who saw the state through the emergency at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in 1979, died Thursday, aged 88.  Thornburgh later served as U.S. Attorney General under President Ronald Reagan. Here is how Pennsylvania’s elected officials reacted to his death. Gov. Tom Wolf: “Frances and […]


There is a pathway to recovery. It will take us all working together | Mark S. Schweiker

BY: - October 6, 2020

Leaders in Harrisburg and in Washington must draw together, put election-year politics aside, and provide important aid to our citizens and local governments.


Who says compromise is dead? In September, two former Pa. governors will try to revive it | John L. Micek

BY: - August 22, 2019

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 […]