Former Flyers VP on Kate Smith: The PC police have struck again | Opinion

Lou Scheinfeld first played Kate Smith's cover of "God Bless America."

Former Flyers VP on Kate Smith: The PC police have struck again | Opinion

Lou Scheinfeld first played Kate Smith's cover of "God Bless America."

Big Marijuana is here and growing. Can craft cannabis survive?

You’ve heard of Big Pharma and Big Tobacco. How about Big Marijuana? The drug’s growing legalization is raising concerns among small marijuana farmers and retailers that the corporatization of weed may be right around the corner.

Big Marijuana is here and growing. Can craft cannabis survive?

You’ve heard of Big Pharma and Big Tobacco. How about Big Marijuana? The drug’s growing legalization is raising concerns among small marijuana farmers and retailers that the corporatization of weed may be right around the corner.

A unique New Jersey church where music, helping hands and historic preservation may offer salvation

Closed in 2011 and empty for five years, the former Goshen United Methodist Church on Delsea Drive in Middle Township, Cape May County has been reborn as the St. Babs, a "church of all religions," a place of culture, contemplation, and assistance for families and individuals who need it.

A unique New Jersey church where music, helping hands and historic preservation may offer salvation

Closed in 2011 and empty for five years, the former Goshen United Methodist Church on Delsea Drive in Middle Township, Cape May County has been reborn as the St. Babs, a "church of all religions," a place of culture, contemplation, and assistance for families and individuals who need it.
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Clean Slate Act, pioneered in Pa., is a win for society. | Opinion

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If Democrats won't help the president secure the border, then there's nothing outrageous about making them live with the consequences of the policies they advocate.

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