How concerned are you about the opioid crisis and its impact on American families?
How much do you think the proposed tax reform is going to help the average American?
What do you think of Ed Pawlowski winning a fourth term as mayor of Allentown despite a 54-count federal indictment hanging over his head?
Voters in Pennsylvania will decide on Nov. 7 whether to pay less money for their school [or county or municipal] real estate taxes.
Sounds simple, doesn’t it? Who would vote “no” to paying less money in taxes?
The proposed Graham-Cassidy bill would have negatively affected millions of Americans and their families. Before the proposed bill failed, the Congressional Budget Office stated that the plan would cause a 20 percent premium spike and would increase the number of uninsured by 16 million Americans.
In the midst of recent tragedies and current events, the topic of civility comes to the forefront. By definition, civility is formal politeness and courtesy in behavior or speech, focusing on other people rather than our own self interests. George Washington wrote “Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior.” Today most of these rules seem outdated.
However, the core message remains relevant; setting aside our self-interests and focusing on respecting others.