States must decide this year, in 2019, when to hold their primary elections in 2020.
Comments critical of the current conditions along our area’s stretch of Interstate 80, both the roadway itself and the ways in which vehicles (primarily trucks) crash and clog it have appeared recently in this space.
At this time of the year many of us stop to take stock of what we are thankful for in our lives. One of the many things we can all be thankful for is that we live in this beautiful part of Pennsylvania and while we are surrounded with the beauty of nature, wonderful church groups and organiz…
State Rep. Cris Dush of Jefferson County is leading an effort to impeach four Democratic members of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court because they went beyond declaring Pennsylvania’s Congressional district map unconstitutional — as it appears to be.
The federal government needs to immediately change federal law to bring it into line with state laws that allow people to obtain marijuana or its extracts for medical use while retaining our Second Amendment rights to own guns.
Should Congress start the process of amending the Constitution to limit members of the House to, say, 10 two-year terms, and limit Senators to three six-year terms?
His political base is still supporting President Donald Trump, despite six months of lies or distortions, and a middling record of accomplishments.
The right wing, in and out of the Republican Party, has not abandoned its politics of hatred and division, even though it won control of Congress and the White House last year.
The term “news media” can mean a lot of different things these days, but at the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association, the news media that we work with are Pennsylvania’s newspapers and online-only news publications.
The polarizing decision by the Pittsburgh Steelers last week to sign backup quarterback Michael Vick, he of the 21-month prison term for bankrolling a dogfighting ring and personally killing up to eight fight-maimed dogs, offers a perfect opportunity to widen the discussion.
It isn’t really about hunting on Sundays, even though state Rep. Frank Farina of Lackawanna County claims it is his motivation for sponsoring yet another bill to legalize Sunday hunting. Current law bans most hunting activities on Sundays.