Capital Punishment in Pennsylvania: a waste of time and money How can it be anything but a waste if no one sentenced to death is actually executed?

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: In Pa. and elsewhere, death penalty is dying a slow death by Michaelle Bond, Staff Writer | Updated: April 11, 2016 — 1:07 AM EDT The crime was horrific: LaQuanta Chapman fatally shot his teenage neighbor, then dismembered him with a chainsaw. The Chester County District Attorney’s Office promised it would …

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Planting trees

From the Lexington Herald-Leader: Despite the cold, Reforest the Bluegrass event in Lexington draws hundreds Oak, sycamore, walnut, cedar are among those planted Trees will buffer traffic noise from nearby Intestate 75 Reintroduction of native species is a goal of the event By Greg Kocher | gkocher1@herald-leader.com | April 9, 2016 5:09 PM Ah, 36 …

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For Pennsylvania’s high gasoline taxes, we sure don’t get good roads!

As I noted earlier, I had to take a trip from Pennsylvania to the Bluegrass State. One thing I noticed was that Kentucky and West Virginia had done a fine job taking care of the roads. The only roads I traveled in West Virginia were Interstates 68, 79 and 64, but all were in good …

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God bless fracking! I have benefited personally

The environmentalists and the left and the Democrats1 would have us believe that fracking is evil, evil, evil! but I, as a working man, sure have seen the benefits. The chart shows what I had to pay for heating oil last winter, in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, compared with what I paid for a delivery on …

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Congratulations, Pennsylvania! We’re getting what you voted for! The change from first-person plural to second-person plural is to reflect the fact that I sure didn't vote for him

While sensible Governors across the country are saying, “No!” to accepting Syrian refugees, Tom Wolfe of Pennsylvania is saying, “Sure, c’mon in!” PA-Gov: Pennsylvania Will Continue to Accept Syrian Refugees Written by Nick Field, Managing Editor The Keystone State will continue to welcome Syrian refugees. According to John Micek of the Patriot-News, Pennsylvania’s policy will …

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Go away, Kathleen, just go away!

The Democrats’ one time “It Girl” has now acquired two letters before the “it.” Chief justice: Kane’s suspended license no bar to staying in office By Angela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer Harrisburg Bureau | Posted: September 30, 2015 HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane can remain the state’s highest law enforcement official even with …

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The roads in Pennsylvania

I had noted previously that, on my brief trip to the Bluegrass State, the roads were better in Ohio and Kentucky than they are in Pennsylvania, despite the keystone State having a much higher gasoline tax to fund roadbuilding and maintenance. Well, I drove back today, all the way from Louisville to Ashland in Kentucky, …

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Kane is unable

The woes of the Democrats’ one time “It Girl” are mounting! From The Philadelphia Inquirer: AG Kane quashed subpoenas in casino investigation, sources say Craig R. McCoy and Angela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writers | Last updated: Thursday, April 2, 2015, 1:08 AM | Posted: Wednesday, April 1, 2015, 8:36 PM Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen …

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