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Just when Pennsylvania may be on the brink of a burgeoning booze business, somebody has to go and make it harder for the police to bust drunk drivers. On Wednesday, Gov. Tom Corbett uncorked his privatization plan to replace the state liquor monopoly...
Say what you will about the controversial Joe Conti of Doylestown, he sure knows how to land on his feet — this time with a nice now-he's-out and now-he-isn't deal with the state Liquor Control Board. In 2005, then-state Sen. Conti, R-Bucks, had a...
If you mouse your way to the Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System website and click on "About SERS," you then can find a comforting "SERS Snapshot," which paints a rosy picture of how the system is humming along. The Snapshot's chart shows...
The Hartford CourantThis isn't about the good guys and the bad guys anymore. There always will be good guys and bad guys. This is about common sense, the kind of sense that is sometimes hard to find among the most educated and entitled. The NCAA has lost the faith of the...
"You sent for me, sir?" asked Clarence. "Yes, Clarence," said the senior angel. "A man down on Earth needs our help. His name is Tom Corbett." "Splendid," Clarence said. "Is he sick?" "No, but he's extremely discouraged, and he has begun thinking the...
When Tom Corbett was running for governor in 2010, he argued that the business community was suffering because Pennsylvania's workers were too lazy to wean themselves from the unemployment benefits being extended by those nasty Democrats in Washington....
Former Gov. Ed Rendell, whose Democratic Party usually comes down on the side of protecting the environment, once called New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo "crazy" for backing a moratorium on gas drilling until environmental concerns could be resolved. This past...
Worrywarts are going overboard when they question the tributes afforded to a couple of Pennsylvania's esteemed leaders and their wives. You say Gov. Tom Corbett and his wife accepted a little over $11,000 in goodies from business big shots and...
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The Southeastern Conference needs to go on a diet. Forget the cabbage. Put away the watermelon. Leave the grapefruit for the health nuts. What the SEC needs to avoid is the cupcakes. Not the sugary sweet ones that you find next to the deli at the...
Somebody is not telling the truth. At issue is whether deliberate actions by state officials are letting Texas gas industry robber barons do more damage to the environment than was done by coal industry robber barons in the last century, and are...
"Politics is not an exact science," explained the exalted 19th-century German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck. "Politics is the art of the possible." Of course, Bismarck also said, "We Germans fear God, but nothing else in the world; and it is the fear...
There was happy news this past week for people concerned about what Marcellus Shale gas drilling might be doing to Pennsylvania's water. "DEP proposes stronger rules for regulating shale industry," said a headline in Tuesday's Pittsburgh Post-Gazette....
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Feb 24, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
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