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By the end of this week all of my grandkids will officially wrap up this school year.

Reportedly, when Andrew Jackson disagreed with a decision of the Supreme Court’s Chief Justice, he said, “John Marshall has made his decision. Now let him enforce it.” All three branches of Commonwealth government saying the equivalent regarding a ruling the PA Supreme Court made in June 201…

The article that was ran on our borough meeting on May 18th, that was posted as an online article only on May 20th, has a short summary to some extent of the occurrences that actually took place that night. I, however, would like to shed more light on the subject. If trying to look out for o…

Many headlines can tell a story that no novel can and in one concise phrase.

“Yellow,” in this case, seems the inordinately appropriate color. “Yellow,” on the one hand, stands for “freshness, happiness, loyalty, and positivity.”

YouTube is the most visited website in the world. It is a cybernetic Areopagus, where every viewpoint can be found – except for those that don’t jive with their political agenda under the pretext of “community standards and terms of service.” Such criteria compels censorship of any nonconfor…

For his critics, Dr. Anthony Fauci cemented his status as the Rasputin of public health with his Senate testimony the other day.

Now that you are usually at home, with less to do, is getting the mail a big deal?

After the horrific attack on 9/11 a generation ago, New York City found itself grossly short of medical supplies once COVID-19 made the Big Apple our nation’s disaster epicenter for the second time in less than 20 years.   

It has been nearly two months since Gov. Tom Wolf closed Pennsylvania’s economy and only days since he allowed portions of Pennsylvania to start to re-open under uncertain and confusing guidelines.

When my daughter sent me a Pennsylvania Application for Mail-in Ballot, I heaved a sigh of relief.

There are many throughout government who believe that testing is the key in combating COVID-19. Provided employers are to test their workers, then why not test for the flu, HIV, strep throat, TB, or the common cold?

Remember when “zoom” was a word found in an elementary school reading book. It meant to move quickly?

You never hear President Trump talk about the old folks. But, after a nightly on-air crusade by the journalist Rachel Maddow, state and local authorities have taken an interest in the perils of nursing home patients and the staff who care for them.

You don’t miss water until the well runs dry, the same can be said for penicillin. The last American company to produce penicillin closed up shop in 2004.

An irony of the coronavirus debate is that the more successful lockdowns are in squelching the disease, the more vulnerable they will be to attack as unnecessary in the first place.

If, like me, you have been on this planet for seven decades or longer, you likely recall being trained by our elders to always cover our coughs and sneezes. The rule was hands over the nose and mouth, preferably using a handkerchief or tissue.

In the face of this unprecedented global pandemic, new phrases like “social distancing” and “flatten the curve” have quickly entered our American lexicon. But as government officials, business owners and front-line personnel around the world grapple with challenges we never could have imagin…

Donald Trump has no shame. How many times have we seen him avow that he would move in one direction while he was actually sidestepping the other way to get something for himself?