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The Diminishing Need for the Poor

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All You Can Eat

All You Can Eat

 

Dad was banned for life
from the all-you-can-eat
places all up and down
the Eastern seaboard.
It was a wonder to see
his likeness on a greasy
“not wanted here” bulletin
board at an Italian Smorgasbord
just outside of Dover, Delaware.

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Getting out of Dodge

Stevieslaw: Kansas Poised to Pass “Safe Passage” Act Read more »

Hemlock Society to Move to Orlando

Stevieslaw: Hemlock Society to Move to Orlando

Smokey Diamond, our intrepid reporter, returned from Orlando, Florida today looking like something the cat dragged in. 

“That full body armor is heavy,” she complained.  “But at least I made it back alive.”

Smokey had been in Florida tracking down the story that the “right to die” group, The Hemlock Society, was about to move headquarters from Denver to Orlando.  Read more »

In Good Hands

PSU to Hire One for Two Open Positions

Stevieslaw: Efficient Hiring at Penn State Read more »

Kinder Than Chris Christie?

Stevieslaw: Tom Corbett’s Campaign Slogan Read more »

Local Newspaper to Change Format

Stevieslaw: CDT to Change Format

Smokey Diamond, our intrepid reporter, has just learned that our local newspaper, the CDT, will be changing its format over the next few days.  The current format, which consists of two sections---News and Sports---supplemented on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays with various throwaways, will change as of January 6th.  The first, and critically important section, will now be entitled PSU Football News. Read more »

Poll Links Obamacare to Measles Outbreak in Turkey

Stevieslaw: Poll links Obama care to Measles Outbreak in Turkey

A new Associated Press/GfK poll of 1023 Americans has found that nearly 4 out of 5 blame The Affordable Health Care Act for the recent outbreak of measles in Izmir, the third largest city in Turkey.  More than 93% of the Republicans, 48% of the Democrats and 81% of the Independents polled felt there was a clear link.  The poll had a margin of error of +/- 4%. Read more »

Term Limits and the Culture of Dependency

Stevieslaw: The Culture of Dependency and Term Limits Read more »

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