- David Knepper
‘Roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer’
Regardless of what the calendar may indicate, that summer officially begins on June 21, this season of the year is a welcomed guest that can come early and stay as long as it wishes, after such a interminably long winter and wetter-than-usual spring.
From crisis comes opportunity
The shivering temperatures of this past winter seem to have all but dissipated. But if that is not so, the governor’s proposed school funding cuts will certainly make it feel a lot warmer than it really is.
A new spring tonic: The primary election
It is an all too familiar ritual in American politics – the planting of the first “spring flowers.”
Putting drivers, passengers first: It’s time for safer vehicles
Traveling east on Route 22 while returning from Pittsburgh this past Monday evening, I noticed off in the distance the ominous flashing lights of EMS, fire apparatus and police vehicles.
Small businesses fuel economy
Like so many Americans these days, I am not so much upset about paying my “fair share” of taxes so long as I see my money being used to operate our local, state and the federal governments.
‘Pay It Forward’ in 2011; world will be a better place
Complaining has become almost second nature to many of us.
Greatest gift at Christmas – and for all time
O. Henry (1862-1910), the dean of American short-story writing, may have captured the true spirit of Christmas in one of his more memorable works, “The Gift of the Magi.”
In Election 2010, change suddenly became popular
Last Tuesday, American voters were neither hesitant nor perplexed as they entered polling booths to mark their choices for state and federal offices.
Straight talk on campaign reform
The political “oratory” has already begun to warm the crisp autumn air with the candidates promising to make the tough choices to fix the economy (create jobs), to hold the line on taxes, and to end deficit spending.
9 years after 9/11: Time for reflection, rededication
Lest we forget … The weatherman promised an absolutely lovely day with lots of sunshine and clear skies in New York City on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001.
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