Browsing Month November, 2014
Looking for something fun, a wee bit cerebral, and will take no more than a minute to get that sweet adrenaline pumping through your veins?[...read more]
We almost always have turkey and dressing, gravy, green beans, my aunt Shirley’s creamed corn casserole. Stuff like that.
One Christmas we had something else. It was Bubba’s fault.
Bubba… Read the rest[...read more]
(By Tim Potts, Democracy Rising) This year the capitol witnessed lawmakers “kicking the can” twice on important issues. One of them, postponing the crisis in thestate employee and school employee pension funds, has received a lot of attention.… Read the rest[...read more]
Senator Raphael Musto or Ray as he prefers, nearly had his bags packed as he prepared to ride-off in to the sunset on his way to retirement. Musto intended to call it a legislative career at the end of the session.… Read the rest[...read more]
The “mess” is located at Three Mile Island’s, Unit 2, just outside Harrisburg. The unit has not been thoroughly decontaminated since the partial core meltdown in 1979.
Eric… Read the rest[...read more]
Cleanup is underway in Lycoming County following what Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection characterizes as a large fracking spill in the Marcellus play.
The spill, estimated at 13,000 gallons, has contaminated an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run as well as a… Read the rest[...read more]
The holiday spirit is starting to percolate, which is what inspired me to donate free time to Rock The Capital, which pales so deeply by comparison to what dozens of America’s wealthiest taxpayers have pledged to do for the good of country.
A group of millionaires, roughly 40 at last… Read the rest[...read more]
Governor Edward Rendell fired a lame-duck salvo to Congress — imploring lawmakers to extend unemployment benefits for millions of jobless Americans
“When House members sit down to Thanksgiving dinner with their families next week, I hope they remember to say a… Read the rest[...read more]
As if hunters do not already have enough obstacles in their way to a trophy season, what with limited hunting days, amount of game they can legally take, and areas they can set their sites-on, which appears to, shrink from year to year; now they can add wells, as in gas, as in… Read the rest[...read more]
When I was a kid a friend gave me a Chinese finger trap – a woven bamboo tube that got wider when compressed and narrower when stretched. These
characteristics made it extremely easy for you to get you fingers into… Read the rest[...read more]