Say What? Archive: November, 2010

World AIDS Day's focus is on a cure

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Two million people still die annually from HIV, a sobering thought as another World AIDS Day is observed. Events will be held around the globe... Read more

WikiLeaks reveals leaky ship of state

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The release of thousands of State Department documents by whistle-blower WikiLeaks sheds some light on U.S. foreign policy, but has provided... Read more

A 'Christmas Village' by any other name

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It’s coal in the stockings of the Philadelphia officials – notably, Managing Director Richard Negrin – who agreed to the... Read more

Ackerman should speak up

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Philadelphia schools superintendent Arlene C. Ackerman hurts her credibility by not answering questions about the controversial awarding... Read more

Digital billboards: Distraction commuters don't need

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UPDATE: SCRUB'S Mary Tracy reports Thursday that 'Councilman DiCicco has introduced an amendment to Bill 100552 deleting the special exception... Read more

At long last, Philadelphians will be heard

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Who knew that all that “We the people” stuff could be so easily forgotten just a few blocks from where it started? Thanks... Read more

Campaign finance reform stiffed by GOP

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Time has all but run out for the Senate to take a modest and reasonable step to restore sanity to out-of-control campaign spending. Although... Read more

Good time to reconsider city tax policies

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Most Philadelphians would likely agree that the city’s overall tax burden is one of the highest in the country and that the current tax... Read more