If he were in the U.S. Senate now, would Scranton collaborate with Democrats? This falls into the world of conjecture, but it’s likely that he would keep his distance from the likes of Mitch McConnell or John Boehner.
If you see a rabid raccoon, a leaking fire hydrant or a stray chicken in front of your house, and you live in the
It has been said by poets, philosophers, and psychologists that the charitable impulse is the highest expression of the human capacity for compassion. When
The Bank of North Dakota (BND) is owned and operated by the state of North Dakota, and is the only publicly owned bank in
Intransigent, political polarization has become the ugly, non-productive norm in American politics. For an example, look no further than the virulent, partisan fight over
March 19 was the 7th anniversary of the U.S-led invasion of Iraq, yet it came and went without much notice in the news. In
Food desert neighborhoods are a real problem in America. Here’s a solution and another item for the good government file, from The Baltimore Sun:
A former champion of No Child Left Behind has written a book criticizing the policy as a failure, especially because it relies on standardized
The latter is what we’d like in St. Louis; a gleaming train running down the middle of Highway 40 or an express train from O’Fallon, MO to O’Fallon, IL. Well, guess what, it’s not going to happen. We’re not a megalopolis like New York, Chicago, or Toronto. We’re a very livable mid-sized community that has less traffic than the Atlantas or Houstons of the world but still enough to aggravate us considerably.
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