- David Knepper
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.
Hills, valleys alive with the ‘sound of conversation’
A new “score” is being sung throughout the Allegheny Region, particularly in the Johnstown area, by a chorus of new- generation “movers and shakers.”
DAVID A. KNEPPER | On the road again in America
A few weeks ago, after traveling 1,500 miles in three days, pumping 65 gallons of gasoline, and removing each day from the car rumpled McDonald hamburger wrappers, our family – my wife, daughter and granddaughter – arrived in Colorado Springs on the last leg from Kansas City, weary after driving each day from early morning to dusk.
- DAVID KNEPPER | Unleashing in our region the power of today’s technology
DAVID KNEPPER | The importance of ‘home’ - Region’s revitilization efforts need to include new marketing strategy
Economic revitalization and recovery for the Allegheny region hinges on creating a new marketing strategy, one that discards the traditional stereotypes and clichés that can be characterized as duplicative branding and overstated generalizations.
DAVID KNEPPER | Easter is a season for reawakening our hope
Easter and spring are synonymous with life reborn and renewed.
- DAVID KNEPPER | Reflections on a winter past Could there be a glimmer of hope that Old Man Winter has finally gasped his last chilling blast upon our frigid landscape?
- DAVID A. KNEPPER | Transforming America rests with the voters It’s time to end the divisiveness that has swept our country – where our citizens are becoming skeptical that its leaders know how to fix the nation’s problems.
- In Election 2010, change suddenly became popular