Browsing Month November, 2014
A rate of two children per woman is considered the replacement rate for a population, resulting in relative stability in terms of total numbers. Rates above two children indicate populations growing in size and whose median age is declining. Higher… Read the rest[...read more]
This issue’s articles include:
- TMIA Advocates Revision of Evacuation Plans
- NRC Suspends Decisions on Licensing
- New Reactor at Susquehanna on Hold
- Susquehanna Units Log Frequent Outages
- PPL Rates Climb $71 Million on 1/1/13
- NRC Gets New Chairwoman
- Retiring Exelon
Joe Conti is a leaving, breathing case study of what’s wrong with Pennsylvania government. He was elected to the House in 1993 and promoted to the Senate in 1997. Conti was one of 41 senators who voted for the pension… Read the rest[...read more]
A Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, judge may soon have a say in whether citizens have a right to know what decisions are made when their elected officials gather to make them. Currently, some gatherings of elected officials can claim protection from… Read the rest[...read more]
Tip #1: Stay home and get plenty of rest.
Tip #2: Drink plenty of fluids.
Tip #3: Treat aches and fever so you feel comfortable.
Tip #4: Use cough suppressants and expectorants to treat the cough.
Tip #5: Use steam… Read the rest[...read more]
Led Zeppelin was one of the recipients of the 2012 Kennedy Center Honors. The three surviving members, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and John Paul Jones watched as the Wilson sisters, Jason Bonham, an all-star orchestra, and two choruses rocked Stairway… Read the rest[...read more]
United States District Court
Middle District of Pennsylvania
Notice of Electronic Filing
The following transaction was entered on 1/17/2013 at 3:05 PM EST and filed on 1/17/2013
Twenty children and six adults were killed in a Connecticut elementary school, 10 days short of Christmas; one wonders what will convince us to stop killing our kids.
Almost before the shooter, 20-year-old Andy Lanza, had stopped pulling the triggers… Read the rest[...read more]