By Dana Grubb
If you could buy anything for anybody this Christmas, what would it be and for whom would you buy it?
Last week, when headlines announced devastating news such as sexual harassment and misconduct scandals, wildfires in California, ongoing problems in North Korea, train crashes in Germany and other events, a front page story in the “Wall Street Journal” offered readers a moment for surprise: details of the Rolodex of one-percenter David Rockefeller.
How do you think the injury to quarterback Carson Wentz will impact the rest of the Eagles’ season?
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?