Say What? Archive: August, 2009

State, local pols to Gadhafi: Try the Waldorf instead

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Gov. Corzine said this week Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi "is not welcome" in New Jersey.Gov. Corzine said today Libyan leader Moammar... Read more

Ending the silence on teacher-student hook-ups

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The strongest message sent by Bucks County school officials investigating a teacher’s alleged affair with a 17-year-old student may be... Read more

Ted Kennedy: flawed but effective champion of liberalism

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The passing of Sen. Edward Moore “Teddy” Kennedy has silenced the greatest liberal voice of the past 50 years and drawn the curtain... Read more

Libya's Gadhafi isn't welcome in New Jersey

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The State Department shouldn’t allow Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi to set foot in New Jersey during his United Nations visit to New... Read more

Dual justice system ripe for Fumo's maneuvers

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It’s amazing to watch former State Sen. Vincent J. Fumo continue to try to game the criminal justice system. Meanwhile, a not-so-famous... Read more

Happy to pass up this 'sure' thing

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Given all the social problems associated with gambling, the resounding court defeat Monday for Delaware's attempt to throw open its doors to... Read more

Letters from our readers: The Gates arrest and racism

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Len Mfuasi of Philadelphia had this to say in a letter to the editor: Much has been written about black Harvard professor Henry Louis... Read more

Pennsylvania roads, transit, need funding source

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Given the eight-week stalemate over the Pennsylvania budget, Harrisburg might be the last place to look for government officials willing to... Read more