A sad, sad photo.

It was taken this evening, Thursday, August 28, 2014, and you can see the start of the leaves turning and falling to the ground. It’s still August! It’s still Summer! Where’s my Global Warming? It only reached 76º F today in Jim Thorpe, and the forecast is for tonight’s low to be 51º F . …

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Education spending in Philadelphia

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Study says more money hasn’t helped Philadelphia schools Martha Woodall, Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writer | Published Saturday, August 2, 2014, 1:07 AM The day after state legislators canceled a vote on a cigarette tax to benefit Philadelphia schools, a Harrisburg think tank released a report that said the additional money the …

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Are 9 Dead Bankers A Sign Of Pending Economic Collapse? Feb Post – Update July to 15 – An Epidemic?

First Question – I’m noticing more of the same type news that does not bode well. Military Officers, Border invasion, again with bankers. A trend ………………… Update – Add 6 to the List Is there a Banker’s Plague that is unreported, or is there a Sinister plot Banker Deaths Climb to 15: Goldman Sachs Managing …

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Senator Bob Casey: Lying through his scummy teeth!

Remember back in 1992, how Governor Robert Casey (D-PA), a pro-life Democrat, wanted to speak at the Democratic National Convention? From Wikipedia: Because he considered abortion a key social issue for the 1992 presidential election, Casey tried to get a speaking slot to give a minority plank on the topic at the 1992 Democratic National …

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Economics 101: Amazon.com has made me wealthier

No, not through site advertising; I don’t even make a pittance there. But Saturday night I bought The Particles of the Universe by Jeff Yee, for a whopping 99¢, with no sales tax, delivered to my Tablet in seconds. If I had bought the same book, printed, it would have meant at least $8.95 for …

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Kathleen Kane makes a fool of herself . . . again.

I was going to post, yesterday, about this story from The Philadelphia Inquirer, in which our very pretty but intellectually vacuous Attorney General, Kathleen Kane, rather than admitting that she had been wrong concerning her allegations that then-Attorney General, and now Governor Tom Corbett (R-PA) delayed the investigation into the child sexual abuse allegations against …

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Kathleen Kane, wrong again!

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: Sandusky investigation was reasonable, report finds Craig R. McCoy and Angela Couloumbis, Inquirer Staff Writers | Last updated: Monday, June 23, 2014, 1:07 AM | Posted: Sunday, June 22, 2014, 10:48 PM A report into the three-year investigation of serial sex abuser Jerry Sandusky found that prosecutors, facing a shaky initial …

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