Governor Tom Wolf is wrong about his overzealous version of a COVID-related lockdown — but Wolf is correct in rejecting the Legislature’s attempt to overrule his actions.
The other day, someone said to me, “You know, people who don’t wear masks probably have a good reason.”
As much as Facebook deserves a comeuppance for its years of egregious behavior, the social media company probably won’t suffer long-term from the July ad boycott.
Bubbles filled the air for a little girl who will never have a fourth birthday party.
Alarm bells are going off in Texas, Florida and California. In more than 30 states, the number of people infected with the coronavirus is rising. But Pennsylvania is not one of them.
The Fourth of July holiday is looming.
Living where I do, it’s easy to get caught up in the Fourth of July pageantry.
Fans of the national pastime, there is good news: The baseball gods have answered your prayers. The summer of 2020 will not be a total loss. The Major League Baseball season will be drastically abbreviated, short on spectators and different in ways that may cause purists to pound the ground …
You can live in Washington, D.C., amid the nation’s cherished monuments to democracy and representative government — the U.S. Capitol, the stately congressional office buildings, the White House — and still be among the most disenfranchised citizens in the nation.
Since 2004, Joy and I have lived in three houses.