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March 2012

I Was Wrong To Question The DRPA

 
I Was Wrong To Question The DRPA
 
 
Later this year, it is possible --- even probable --- that the following individuals will all be in jail: former powerhouse Senator Vince Fumo, former House Speakers John Perzel and Bill DeWeese, Senators Jane Orie and Bob Mellow (both of Leadership), and former Representatives Mike Veon and Brett Feese (also from Leadership). 
 
On the one hand, seeing corrupt politicians brought to justice is a good thing, as is all the money they are giving back to taxpayers via forfeited pensions.
 

Blame Impotent Congress – And Yourself - For Gas Prices

 
Blame Impotent Congress – And Yourself - For Gas Prices
 
Americans don’t have enough holidays.
 
Unlike our Euro brethren, who take off all of August to refresh themselves after their grueling 25-hour work weeks, those in the U.S. can’t catch a break.  Sure, we have Arbor Day and Wildflower Week, but we need to celebrate more.  So it’s only appropriate to propose a holiday to which we can all relate, one that stays with us for more than just a day.
 
National Colonic Month.
 

Why Mitt Romney Will Lose To Obama

 
Why Mitt Romney Will Lose To Obama
 
Being in the media, I have no friends, as it should be.  If I did, however, 3 of 10 Republicans would surely take offense to this column, since it points out what is increasingly obvious to everyone but Mitt Romney’s 30 percent base of support: Mitt won’t beat Barack Obama.
 
Should Romney become the GOP nominee --- likely, but not certain --- he will have a difficult time unseating the President.  Can he win? Given the stagnant economy, high unemployment, and skyrocketing gas prices, yes.  But will he? No.
 

Diabetes, Donors—and Determination

 
Diabetes, Donors—and Determination
 
For National Kidney Month, the story of one young woman’s fight against a ravaging disease—and time.
 
The difference between tactics and strategy is substantial. A tactic is a method employed to help achieve a goal. A strategy is the long term plan of action to achieve that goal.
 
Four years ago, that distinction was crystal clear a 31-year old Drexel Hill woman who had been ravaged by diabetes.
 

Catholic Schools Remain Open--- But For How Long?

 
Catholic Schools Remain Open--- But For How Long?
 
Will the Church finally play political hardball?
 

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