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Buckling down in Harrisburg
It looks like work is finally getting done in Harrisburg, although most of the Democrats are being dragged along kicking and screaming.
ROBIN L. QUILLON | From tragic Richland accident comes lesson in forgiveness
This past week we reported that Cambria County Judge Timothy Creany had sentenced 23-year-old Edward Richards to two years in prison for driving while drunk and fleeing the scene after hitting and killing 19-year-old Sean Grant as he was walking on Scalp Avenue in Richland Township.
You can't please a complainer
I love this quote by Will Rogers, “People that pay for things never complain. It’s the guy you give something to that you can’t please.”
Right to know in peril
“The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.”
– Thomas Jefferson
As you read further, please keep this quote in mind.
Gas legislation must appease 3 masters
Passing “forced pooling” legislation is a key wish-list item of the state’s booming natural gas industry.
Finding comfort in the words of the angel
This Easter morning, whatever the heartache or wounds we may carry, and although our burdens sometimes seem too heavy to bear, every person should find comfort in the supernal words of the angel as he met Mary at the tomb of Jesus on that Easter morning: “He is not here: for He is risen.”
Despite Rendell, gun bill getting its due
As promised by state legislators, the “castle doctrine” bill was reintroduced, and on Tuesday, it passed the House with a 164-37 vote. It now goes to the Senate, where it should be passed immediately!
Beware! Scam artists are in bloom, too
Are you aware that, according to the calendar, spring has sprung?
Where, may I ask, is the warm weather?
Make home refuge in a world of unrest
It seems the world is reeling to and fro like a drunken man stumbling home.
Loathing protest, saluting right
The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution reads: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
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