Letters to the Editor

Patty is a hero who stands up for what she believes in. It’s not about the money; it’s about right and wrong. We as a country used to shun evildoers, now we pay them big bucks and look the other way.

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Posted Apr. 2, 2014 | Comments: 0

Letters to the Editor

Just give it to them! There is no good reason to deny that we must keep evolving until any adult, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, monogamy or polyamory, race or religion, is free to marry any and all consenting adults.

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Posted Feb. 25, 2014 | Comments: 0

Letters to the Editor

This isn’t 1995, acquiring HIV probably won’t kill you; you’re more likely to die a regular old way—heart attack, cancer, etc. These laws are as bad, if not worse, than marriage inequality.

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Posted Feb. 12, 2014 | Comments: 0

Letters to the Editor

When the colleges and universities know that they’ll get their money, because the banks will lend it due to the government’s guarantees, they simply raise the ante for students and go on a spending spree.

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Posted Dec. 30, 2013 | Comments: 1

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Celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th B-Day this week
By Josh Kruger

This year marks the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth. A playwright known for his unique mastery of the English language, Shakespeare also wrote a lot of beautiful, but admittedly pedantic, poems called sonnets. We know him mostly, though, because of his acute grasp of human experience told through sardonic comedies (A Midsummer’s Night Dream) or horrific tragedies [...]

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In ‘exile’ after sentencing, marijuana activist Goldstein continues fight
By Randy LoBasso

Politicians are endorsing it. President Obama says it’s not so dangerous. If a Democrat wins the Pennsylvania’s governor’s race this November, it’ll be decriminalized. But for the time being, in Philadelphia, its advocates and users are still getting arrested, and receiving, in one case, two years probation and harsh fines. Chris Goldstein, a member of Philly’s [...]